As you begin experiencing bodily changes related to estrogen depletion, you might feel pretty hopeless. If you’re resigned to the fact that vaginal dryness, pain during sex, urinary leakage, and other symptoms related to menopause are simply something you’ll have to live with, there’s good news. Meridian Plastic Surgery in Meridian, Mississippi, uses a nonsurgical solution for all of these issues. The practice offers laser vaginal therapy treatments that can help you feel your best again. Request an appointment online or call the office to speak with a team member.
Laser vaginal therapy is a minimally invasive, nonsurgical treatment that restores your vaginal health and wellness. Meridian Plastic Surgery uses laser vaginal therapy because it’s gentle, reliable, and proven effective for thousands of patients around the world.
Many women who have laser vaginal therapy do so during perimenopause, menopause, or after childbirth. More than 90% of women who’ve had treatment are happy with the results. This laser-based treatment delivers controlled energy to your vaginal walls to stimulate new collagen, elastin, and vascularization for enhanced vaginal health.
Vaginal laser therapy helps with a wide variety of vaginal health concerns, including:
The laser prompts inner and outer vaginal tissue restoration. This gives you a tighter vaginal canal with restored lubrication. With a tighter vaginal canal, you’ll no longer suffer from urinary leakage that many women find is all too common with aging. Vaginal laser treatments are excellent options for nearly all of the symptoms commonly caused by estrogen depletion.
At Meridian Plastic Surgery, the team of highly trained specialists performs laser vaginal therapy treatments. You’ll relax in a reclining position, as with a routine pelvic exam. There’s no anesthesia needed, and the procedure is considered comfortable, according to most patients. You might feel a mild vibration during the short treatment session.
Your specialist moves the side-firing treatment wand into your vaginal canal, where the probe emits two-part pulses that target both your epithelial (surface) and your lamina propria (deep) vaginal tissue. The laser creates several tiny controlled wounds to remove old tissue and prompt vaginal mucosal revitalization over time.
If you struggle with uncomfortable or painful vaginal symptoms that limit your quality of life, schedule an appointment with the skilled team at Meridian Plastic Surgery today.