As women age, the skin of the vagina loses its elasticity and vitality as collagen fibers become fatigued. Just as cosmetic procedures have been used for decades to improve facial skin and to restore its youthfulness, non-surgical vaginal tightening improves the health and vitality of vaginal tissue.
This is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment to restore and to restructure vaginal tissue without the use of anesthetic or numbing creams.
This non-invasive procedure requires no anesthetic or numbing creams and is completely painless.
It is a laser treatment that utilizes a controlled laser beam, applying concentrated thermal heating to the inner layers of vaginal tissue. The heat induces contraction of collagen and elastin and allows for long-term change by stimulating regeneration of these important proteins.
The accuracy of the procedure allows the Surgeon total control over the movement and intensity of the laser to ensure maximum comfort for every patient.
It is a 15-minute procedure that can be performed on your lunch break.
Most patients report no pain and require no downtime after the procedure.
Sexual activity can be resumed in 72 hours.
Patients can return to normal exercise within 24 hours.
Treatments are scheduled at 2 – 4 week intervals, and most patients benefit from one or two treatments.
Harley Street Surgery of London has been on the forefront of medical and surgical innovation. We continuously offer patients the most cutting edge techniques in medical treatment. If you would like to learn more about how you could benefit from this treatment, please contact our office for a private consultation appointment.
Loss of elasticity and strength in vaginal tissue occurs for a number of reasons, including:
These events replace the skin’s natural collagen with fibers that do not recoil or stretch properly.
Vaginal tightening is a cosmetic procedure that restores the appearance and function of the vaginal area and this treatment can be used to:
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