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Lasers for Gynecology
The use of laser technology in gynaecology has become widespread from the early 1970’s by the introduction of CO2 lasers for the treatment of cervical erosions and other colposcopy applications. Since then, many advancements in laser technology have been made, and several other types of lasers are now available, including the latest semiconductor diode lasers.
Laser Vaginal Tightening
The vagina can lose collagen or tightness due to childbirth, ageing or gravity. We called it Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome (VRS), it is both a physical and psychological problem for women and often their partners. These changes can be reduced by the use of a special laser that is calibrated to work on vaginal tissues. By delivering the right amount of laser energy the collagen in vaginal tissues is increased as well as its blood flow. This creates a greater feeling of tightness as well as an increase in vaginal lubrication.
Laser Vaginal rejuvenation procedure is a plastic gynecological procedure which involves restoration and transformation of anatomy and anatomical functionality of the vagina in order to achieve more desirable experience during sexual life. During the procedure the diameter of the vaginal canal is adjusted according to patients’ needs and prior environmental or physical impact. The procedure also restores, tightens and improves the overall tone of vaginal walls and may improve the anatomical functionality. In order to satisfy the needs of every patient, an individualized consultation and attention is conducted prior to surgical intervention.
It is also an additional procedure which is performed using a laser technology to create vaginal ridges (rugae) in the vaginal mucosa. In addition to transformation of the vaginal surface, it also results in narrowing of the vaginal canal.
- Non-ablative, stimulating collagen vaginal remoddeling pain free procedure
- Lunch break procedure at the Gynaecology clinic (10-15 min
- 360° scanning scope, easy-to-perform, and safe procedure
- Efficient and long lasting results
- No need for anesthetics with Non-invasive
- Improves vaginal dryness and stress urinary incontinence
- Usually 3-5 sessions are recommended. No special pre-op preparation or post-op precautions are necessary. Each involves the application of heat inside and around the vaginal opening to tighten skin and mucosa (moist intra vaginal skin).
- Patients can immediately return to their normal everyday activities.
At the same time, the laser has become a popular instrument in laparoscopy, especially in the area of infertility. Other areas like Vagine Rejuvenation and the treatment of sexually transmitted lesions renewed interest on lasers in the field of gynaecology. Today, the trend to perform outpatient procedures and minimally invasive treatments lead to the development of very valuable applications in outpatient hysteroscopy using standard diagnostic instruments to resolve minor or more complicated conditions right in the office with the help of state of the art fiber optics.
Using standard diagnostic hysteroscopes and specially designed fibers you can vaporize in contact polyps and myomas. Laser energy does not contract the lining muscle tissues which results in a procedure performed with minimal pain and requiring only minimal local anesthesia. The treatment is done using continuous flow which provides a clean environment. Laser energy allows for precise control of the tissue vaporization with no bleeding and immediately visible results.
- HPV lesions
- Cysts of the mucosa
- Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
- Fornix and cupola pathologies
- Ectopic lesions
- Benign erythroplakia
Laparoscopic Laser Treatments
- Fallopian tube microsurgery
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
- Resection of uterine septum
- Ablation of the uterosacral ligaments
- Ovarian drilling (PCOS)