The V Institute in Melbourne, Australia offers laser technology to cure damaged vaginal tissues, vaginal rejuvenation, and vaginal tightening services. Vaginal tightening aims at tightening the pelvic muscles so as to provide the right degree of elasticity.
Vaginal damage may occur due to childbirth, hormonal changes, changes in weight, damaged pelvic floor and alteration of the mucosal tone of the vaginal walls.
Damaged vaginal tissues will lead to vaginal atrophy, dryness, stress urinary incontinence and vaginal dryness.
Laser technology to cure damaged vagina and vaginal tightening, is offered by the V Institute. The technology is safe, painless, fast and highly effective. The doctors are highly trained and experienced hence they guarantee you quality services.
Laser technology uses powerful thermal heating and micro ablation techniques. Laser beams are applied to the affected area to stimulate the regeneration of collagen fibers, to improve lubrication, to stimulate the contracture of elastin fibers and for neovascularization.
The most commonly used laser technology in the institute is the CO2 laser technology. For laser-tissue interaction to be effective, the following parameters are important:
- CO2 laser power wattage. The most appropriate number of watts applied to be damaged vaginal tissues is about 20-30 watts. This is for excision purposes.
- The more the laser remains focused, the more energy is applied to the affected area.
- The spot size of the beam. As one moves further from the target area, the spot size becomes larger, to decrease the intense effects.
The spot size and wattage are used determines the rate of laser-tissue interaction. The less the power applied, the lesser the laser ability to vaporize and cut through to the tissues. The laser technology at the Institute will restore your vaginal wall by embedding it with thick epithelium, decreasing the vaginal diameter and regenerating new collagen fibers.
Advantages of laser technology to cure damaged vagina include:
- It is precise. It causes less damage to tissues as the cuts made are shorter and shallower.
- Heals faster. There is less pain, swelling and scarring.
- It takes a shorter time as compared to traditional surgery. Laser technology allows for and is efficient for outpatients. The anesthesia is used. It takes a short time to be effective.
The major setback is probably that the procedure requires the long and concentrated consultations with the expert. So if you are in a rush, you must be patient. Repeated procedures may be needed to maximize the effects.