The CO2 laser is a technology widely used in gynecology to treat intimate area of women. CO2 laser treatment has a medical and aesthetic purposes and its main aim in both cases is to improve the quality of functional and sexual life of patients, and aesthetics.
CO2 laser resurfacing genital
In recent years, gynecological laser has received much demand from women between 30 and 70 years. From age 30, the female genitalia begin to suffer certain natural physical changes. CO2 laser treatment is an improvement over traditional treatments for muscle relaxation and associated problems.
Treatment with fractionated CO2 laser technology
Treatment of Aesthetic Medicine laser is performed without anesthesia and does not require postoperative house. two sessions spaced one month last approximately 20 minutes performed.
It is performed with a CO2 laser fractionated producing an immediate contraction of the vaginal mucosa and urethra. With biostimulation performed on the mucosa and subepithelial collagen chorion generates a contracted wall and mucosa more layers of cells and glycogen inside, ie, healthier and renewed mucosa.
Before starting the laser treatment is recommended gynecological physical examination and cervical Pap smear.
CO2 laser applications gynecological
CO2 laser treatment is indicated to treat the following areas:
- In the vulva: labia majora and labia
- In the vagina the vaginal mucosa and its walls
- the urethra
The CO2 laser is used as a treatment of various gynecological diseases such as menopausal vaginal atrophy, the longest and most extensive labia minora than normal, vaginal dryness, vaginal laxity or vaginal relaxation syndrome, laxity of the walls of the vagina over the years, urinary incontinence and vulvar melanosis.