Have you experienced changes in your gynecological health since menopause?
Are you getting frequent urinary infections and vaginal infections?
Are you frustrated with embarrassing vaginal and vulvar itch?
Are you avoiding intimacy to avoid pain and embarrassment?
Do you find yourself looking for restroom locations where ever you go?
Are you leaking urine with activity?
Did you know that as many as 50% of postmenopausal women suffer from these changes in their gynecologic health?
It’s OK to talk about it – because now you can do something about it!
MonaLisa Touch®: A Novel Laser Therapy for Gynecologic Health
Patients are calling it “Life-Changing”
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MonaLisa Touch delivers gentle laser energy to the vaginal wall tissue that stimulates a healing response by generating new collagen, elastin and vascularization. A typical course of treatment is three procedures over 18 weeks.
In both European and US clinical trials, women reported symptom relief after the very first treatment and even greater improvement after treatments 2 and 3.
We have seen the benefits as early as 12 hours after the first treatment.
We are one of the first few practices to offer this cutting edge technology to our patients with Genito – urinary syndrome of menopause.
Ask us today if the MonaLisa Touch is right for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Even with the passage of time, many women still retain their youthful energy and enthusiasm, but post-menopausal changes can affect a woman's quality of life in many unexpected ways. Now, there is a gentle laser therapy that can help millions of women who are silently suffering.
What is the MonaLisa Touch?
The MonaLisa Touch is a gentle laser therapy that delivers controlled energy to the vaginal wall tissue. It restores gynecologic health by generating new collagen, elastin and vascularization. The MonaLisa Touch was first available outside the US where more than 15,000 patients have been treated worldwide. Over 2,000 patients treated in US in the past year.
How does it work?
The MonaLisa Touch uses gentle laser energy that is delivered via a side-firing probe inserted into the vaginal canal. A two-part pulse targets surface (epithelial) tissue and deep (lamina propria) tissue to promote vaginal mucosal revitalization.
Is this procedure FDA approved?
Yes, this procedure has been approved for use in USA in Dec 2014.
Where can I have this done?
The MonaLisa Touch is an in-office laser procedure performed by Dr Gondy in our office.
Does the procedure hurt?
The procedure requires no anesthesia. Some patients may experience some discomfort the first time the probe is inserted, but the actual treatment is not painful. Many patients report that it feels like a gentle vibration.
How long does it take?
Patients receive three treatments, spaced six weeks apart, each procedure takes less than five minutes to perform.
When will I see results?
Most patients feel improvement after the very first treatment, although the procedure calls for three treatments that are generally spaced over 18-week period.
How long does it last?
Patients should expect to come back annually for a maintenance treatment.*
*Your doctor will determine with you if follow up treatments are required.
What are my limitations after the procedure is done?
Patients should refrain from sexual activity for 2-7 days depending on whether external or internal treatment was done.
For which patients is this treatment appropriate?
The MonaLisa Touch is appropriate for any female who has gone through menopause, as well as those who are experiencing post-menopausal symptoms as a result of a hysterectomy or breast cancer treatments.
How much will the procedure cost?
Patients should contact our office at 702 360 4650 for additional information.
Is this procedure safe for women with breast cancer?
Yes, the MonaLisa Touch therapy is particularly well suited for patients who cannot, or prefer not to receive estrogen therapy.
Will the procedure be covered by insurance?
No, not at this time because NO processing code has been established.