Action II – Petite Lady Laser ER: YAG
PrimaNora is proud to provide advanced Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation with the latest Action II – Petite Lady Laser treatment The Petite Lady Laser gives the following benefits:
- a non-surgical, no downtime solution to the symptoms related to vaginal atrophy or softening
- a solution for mild and moderate stress and mixed incontinence
- photo thermal tightening of urethral and anterior bladder wall region
- incision less, minimally invasive treatment for vaginal problems
- no anesthesia needed
- walk-in/walk-out procedure
- safe, quick and easy
- high success rate and patient satisfaction
A New Approach to Vaginal Tightening
If you are suffering the symptoms commonly related to Vaginal Atrophy, you can now look forward to reclaiming your confidence, comfort and most of all, your femininity. At CallaLyn, we offer a Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation with the Petite Lady – Action II – an advanced treatment for vaginal problems – non-surgical and virtually pain free.
The Petite Lady is quick, easy and pain free. It uses an Er: YAG laser which delicately treats vaginal tissue. In comparison with the C02 laser, Er:YAG is unlikely to cause tissue necrosis or carbonization.
This is a total vaginal rejuvenation solution that tightens the vaginal tissues, rejuvenates the vulva, improves the appearance and reduces stress urinary incontinence.
The main benefit of this treatment for vaginal problems is to improve the quality, strength and health of the vaginal wall. It gently stimulates the production of collagen of the vaginal wall tissue to improve functionality and restore proper blood flow without producing any harmful side effects.
Vaginal Relaxation – What is it?
Vaginal relaxation refers to the stretching of the pelvic floor supports (connective tissue, ligaments and muscles) that takes place as a result of time, aging, childbirth, genetics, lifestyle etc). Pregnancy and more importantly labour and vaginal delivery are the factors most often associated with the loss of sensation and damage to the female pelvic floor. It not only results in changes in sensation during intercourse but may have an adverse impact on urinary and lower bowel function (urinary incontinence and problems with emptying the bowels).
Many women suffer from their symptoms for many years before seeking help because the symptoms are often embarrassing and because there is a lack of information and discussion about the issues in a more public forum.
Different parts of the vagina can be affected to different degrees and each individual woman will have unique functional problems as a result such as lack of sensation during sex, the feeling that there is an obstruction within the vagina, stress urinary incontinence and difficulty passing motions (faecal trapping).
Vaginal relaxation can occur in the absence of significant pelvic organ (vagina, cervix, uterus) prolapse, but often both are seen to co-exist.
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