Vaginal Rejuvenation to treat laxity, prolapse, dryness & painful intercourse

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INTRODUCTION

Intima Vaginal Rejuvenation

The non-surgical CO2RE® Intima laser is the safest and quickest vaginal rejuvenation treatment for women of all ages suffering from Urinary Stress Incontinence, bladder issues such as urge or loss of control, vaginal dryness, atrophy, lichen Sclerosis, Vulvodynia, vaginal sensitivity or pain during exercise and intercourse, laxity, and difficulty with orgasm and sensation for patient and partner.

The Intima laser uses focused non surgical laser as the painless heat device encourages and corrects damaged tissue to respond positively to treatment and promote collagen and elastin production as well as improved blood supply to the area.

As a clinically proven treatment that can be safely sued externally as well as internally within the vagina.

Treatment is just 20 minutes, improvement can be within 2-3 days and will continue to improve for several months post treatment.

Results are long lasting, a year or more, and it is a safe non surgical solution for most women suffering from perimenopausal and menopausal issues.

TREATMENT

Vagina Laxity & Prolapse

Symptoms

  • a feeling of heaviness around pelvis 
  • a dragging discomfort inside your vagina
  • feeling like there is something coming down into your vagina
  • feeling or seeing a bulge in the vagina
  • discomfort or numbness during sex
  • problems urinating
  • Loss of sexual sensation for both partners

£800

Per Treatment

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TREATMENT

Vaginal Dryness & Painful Intercourse

Symptoms and causes

  • Tightness
  • Episiotomy Scars
  • Endometriosis 
  • Loss of natural vaginal lubrication
  • Atrophy
  • Loss of hormones 

£600

Per Treatment

MORE INFORMATION

Questions you may have about Vaginal laxity, vaginal prolapse, vaginal dryness, and painful intercourse treatments.

What are the symptoms of PFRS ?
  • Unpleasant sensations in the perineum (stretching, pulling and “ something dragging down”)
  • Pain in the area of the sacrum (disappears after lying down)
  • Painful and unpleasant sexual intercourse
  • Stress urinary incontinence or inability to urinate
  • Vaginal and uterine prolapse (the woman touches it or sees it)
  • Recurrent urinary system inflammations
    There might be no symptoms
What is a vaginal (pelvic organ) prolapse?

Your pelvic organs include your bladder, uterus (womb) and rectum (back passage). These organs are held in place by tissues called ‘fascia’ and ‘ligaments’. These tissues help to join your pelvic organs to the bony side walls of the pelvis and hold them inside your pelvis.

Your pelvic floor muscles also hold up your pelvic organs from below. If the fascia or ligaments are torn or stretched for any reason, and if your pelvic floor muscles are weak, then your pelvic organs might not be held in their right place and they may bulge or sag down into the vagina.

Relaxation of the vaginal tissues called pelvic floor relaxation syndrome (PFRS) subsequently leads to prolapse of the vaginal walls and bladder or rectum. Although it can be a natural ageing phenomenon pregnancy and vaginal delivery are major contributing factors.

Other factors that may influence the occurrence of relaxation are obesity and lack of appropriate muscular exercises.

The PFRS becomes most evident during menopause when hormonal changes cause the tone of vaginal and pelvic floor muscles to decrease and the vaginal mucosa to get thinner. The PFRS manifests itself through vaginal and uterine prolapse of different severity, decrease of vaginal elasticity or widening of the vagina which is progressive with age.

Thus, the advantages of innovative laser treatment are: minimally invasive, painless, stimulating the formation of new collagen and selective reconstruction of collagen in a weakened and aged vaginal wall. Such minimally invasive technologies in some patients can be considered as an alternative to surgical treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions.

How is vaginal prolapse treated?

As with most medical conditions, conservative approaches are employed first, primarily pelvic floor exercises designed to strengthen the muscles in the entire region. Women whose age or physical condition may prohibit exercise may be fitted with a pessary, a vinyl ring inserted in the vagina to hold the prolapse in place.

Surgical Treatment Options

If conservative measures fail, your physician may recommend surgery to help fix vaginal prolapse. The degree of prolapse and anatomical conditions will affect decision as to which surgical procedure to pursue. For instance, a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) may be required when significant prolapse is present.

Laser Treatment Option

The Intima laser treatment of vaginal prolapse is carried out with the internal vaginal probe the same way as other treatments of the vaginal canal, but with the use of a slightly different setting allowing maximum treatment intensity to be adjusted for individual patients.

Even when using the high power of the laser beam the treatment remains safe, well tolerated and is practically painless.

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Labiaplasty

We are one of few UK clinics operating the advanced CO2RE Intima Laser Medical Laser, allowing our expert clinical team to perform labial reductions and reshaping with great precision and under local anaesthetic.

Our delicate laser can remove excess skin around the labia majora, reshape protruding or asymmetrical labia minora, and remove discoloured areas.

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Intima for Vaginal Health

We use the revolutionary CO2RE Intima laser to treat painful vulva and vaginal opening or vulvodynia, a common condition around the perimenopause or menopause. Using a single-use hygienic wand on the vulva tissue, CO2RE is proven to reduce pain, with almost 70% of patients reporting a significant improvement.

We also treat itchy vulva, episiotomy scars and vulval and groin lesions using the CO2RE Intima laser combined with a local anaesthetic.

Urinary Issues

Urinary Incontinence is a physical issue that affects millions of women worldwide, with effects which can include worries about getting to the toilet in time, wearing incontinence garments every day, limiting fluid intake and interrupted sleep.

However, these issues can be a thing of the past with the revolutionary new treatment, Urolon. This clinic-based treatment is quick, painless and a very long-lasting solution to any woman’s incontinence issues.

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Skin Treatments

We offer a wide range of skin anti-aging treatments to rejuvenate your appearance alongside skin tag removal and specialist fractional laser resurfacing to eliminate the signs of aging (such as lines, wrinkles, volume loss, aging neck), and stretchmarks and treat acne scarring, sun damage and conditions like Seborrheic hyperplasia (enlarged sebaceous glands). We are one of few clinics in the UK operating the advanced and effective CO2RE Intima system for fractional laser skin resurfacing.

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