Due to the unforeseen circumstances around COVID-19, our hours are constantly changing to keep our clients and staff safe. Please give us a call at 587-525-5899 before you plan to arrive to ensure that we are open.
Due to the unforeseen circumstances around COVID-19, our hours are constantly changing to keep our clients and staff safe. Please give us a call at 587-525-5899 before you plan to arrive to ensure that we are open.
Due to the unforeseen circumstances around COVID-19, our hours are constantly changing to keep our clients and staff safe. Please give us a call at 587-525-5899 before you plan to arrive to ensure that we are open.


THE V-LIFT: VAGINAL REJUVENATION

Laser vaginal rejuvenation is a non-invasive, non-ablative laser procedure for functional strengthening of connective tissue inside the vaginal wall, improving the pelvic floor support and diminishing symptoms of Vaginal Atrophy, Vaginal Relaxation & Stress Urinary Incontinence.




All of these conditions can adversely affect your sex life and cause emotional stress, embarrassment, and self-consciousness. If you have vaginal atrophy, relaxation or SUI, it is important to know that you have treatment options that can help you get back to feeling great about yourself and your sex life.



HOW DOES LASER HELP?

Now that we've explained a bit about the conditions the V-Lift can treat, you're probably wondering exactly how it 'tightens' everything up down there.

To sum it up, the laser has a photo thermal heating effect on collagen in both the vaginal walls and the urethra which causes restructuring and re-growth. The result is thickening, tightening and an overall reduction of symptoms.

Watch videos on how laser treatment works for vaginal tightening and stress urinary incontinence.

IS THERE ANY DOWNTIME?

Very Little. The procedure takes about 15 minutes. It is similar to a pap test where a speculum-like attachment is inserted into the vagina to guide the laser as it treats the entire area with quick pulses. There is minimal discomfort and no anesthesia needed.

Post treatment, patients can carry on with most of their regular daily activities although sexual intercourse is not recommended for 1 week after the procedure.