Suffering from vaginal dryness, burning, incontinence and pain with intercourse? The FemTouch™ Laser Treatment regenerates and rejuvenates the vagina which may lead to improvements during daily activities, more pleasurable intercourse and better vaginal tone.
The treatment is designed to stimulate and promote the regeneration of collagen fibers and the restoration of hydration and elasticity within the vaginal lining. The new collagen results in increasing moisture, elasticity and improving lubrication. It also returns the pH of the vagina back to the levels of before the reduction of estrogen with the potential effect of decreasing urinary tract infections.
With a few quick and painless treatments, countless women have found revitalized lubrication, better comfort with everyday activities, intensified sexual stimulation, and a desire for and openness to sexual intimacy that was assumed a thing of past.
The FemTouch™ is a fractional CO2 laser that gently stimulates the production of the vaginal wall tissue improving functionality. The FemTouch™ treatment takes just 45 minutes, requires no medications and is usually painless. It is a minimally invasive treatment that is performed in the office and requires no anesthesia. This proven technology restores the tone of the vagina, increases blood flow and lubrication. It promotes vaginal lining revitalization and the return of vaginal health.
For maximum benefit it is performed in three treatments, each approximately four to six weeks apart.
Vaginal atrophy refers to the thinning, drying and inflammation of the vagina experienced by many women due to a reduction in estrogen. It is common in women who have experienced menopause, women that are on medication for breast cancer treatment, and women that have had a hysterectomy. It can also be seen in women that have had pelvic radiation and brain radiation.
- Pain during intercourse / dyspareunia
- Vaginal itching and burning
- Vaginal dryness
- Changing of the pH of the vagina
- Recurrent urinary tract infections
- Loss of vaginal folds
- Loss of vaginal laxity
- Women that have had their ovaries removed
- Women being treated for breast cancer with (i.e. Tamoxifen, Arimidex)
- Radiation to the pelvis
- Women that have undergone chemotherapy
- Treatment induced menopause