Loss of structural support in the tissue of the vaginal canal from natural physiological changes like childbirth, menopause and ageing is referred to as Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS). This laxity in the vaginal walls causes the vagina to become wider and weakens the vaginal muscles which contribute to decreased sexual gratification and causes the development of other conditions like urinary incontinence and vaginal atrophy. Loss of vaginal tightness affects sexual gratification as the vaginal walls are weak they cause less stimulation due to lack of frictional contact during sexual intercourse. All of these issues can be addressed with the help of Vaginal Tightening Toronto.
What gave rise to need for a laser vaginal tightening treatment?
Vaginoplasty or perineoplasty surgery are other current methods of vaginal restoration. There is a great deal of risk involved in these surgeries as they can further damage the architecture of the urogenital areas. The risks associated with the rearrangement of vaginal and peripheral tissues are bleeding, pain, infection, scarring and alteration of sensations in the operated areas. Though women still opt for these surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedures, the rise of cosmetic gynaecology has seen an increasing rise in the demand for non-surgical treatment options. These non-surgical procedures can easily be incorporated into the schedules and require no time. These procedures have no reported adverse side-effects.
How does the laser work?
IntimaLase is the laser used for performing the vaginal tightening procedure. It makes use of the Fotona’s advanced dual-wavelength technology with SP Dynamis Laser system utilizing the 2940mm YAG Laser under smooth mode. Smooth Mode safely emits thermal energy to the mucous tissues of the vaginal canal and the introitus areas with no ablation. IntimaLAse is a state of the art, dial step procedure which effectively treats the internal parts of the vagina and the vestibule and introitus area. It is a comprehensive laser vaginal tightening procedure which treats the internal canal as well as the externals of the female genital.
Who is a good candidate for the procedure?
If your vaginal has undergone physiological changes due to childbirth, pregnancy or menopause then you are an ideal candidate for the procedure. However, there is a list of health conditions due to which you might not qualify for the treatment. Suffering from any of the following conditions disqualifies you as a fit candidate for the procedure: incontinence, severe prolapse, pregnancy, neurological conditions, vaginal lesions, genitourinary tract infections, abnormal or irregular bleeding, photosensitivity disorder, ingestion of photosensitizing drugs, hematuria and auto-immune diseases.
What happens during the procedure?
You are recommended to undergo 2 to 3 treatments with a gap of at least a month to gain the best possible results from the procedure. You can resume sexual activities 3 days after undergoing the procedure. It is recommended to not undergo the procedure when you are on your menstrual cycle. It is a two-step procedure. During the first step, the vaginal walls are treated with a fotona proprietary circular, full-beam handpiece. During the second step, the vaginal vestibule and introitus are treated with laser energy being directly delivered to the external portion of the vagina.