Frequently Asked Questions About Vaginal Rejuvenation
Are you uncomfortable with how all of you is aging? We may joke about laughing too hard, but the truth is, sometimes women are afraid that the issues they experience bladder or the vagina can’t be helped. That’s not true. Thankfully, there are options to help resolve issues such as stress urinary incontinence (SUI), which express as an inability to hold the bladder while laughing, sneezing, or during other movements.
Vaginal Rejuvenation treatments help resolve vaginal relaxation, a common condition associated with childbirth and aging. Due to these common lifetime events, women can sometimes experience a loss of sexual sensation, bladder control issues, or other troublesome side effects.
Whether you experience mild discomfort or large distractions throughout your day due to these issues, you should know that there are options for you. Your body should not be causing you distracting issues on a regular basis, and you should be able to focus on your friends, family, and having fun.
And, did you know that SP Dynamis Fotona laser is a vaginal rejuvenation option that is minimally invasive, offers great results, and little to no downtime? If your vagina is changing and you’re looking to learn more about vaginal rejuvenation, keep reading.
What can be treated with Vaginal Rejuvenation?
Vaginal relaxation, which can occur from childbirth and aging, can cause many side effects. You can expect lower instances of bladder incontinence and even more sexual gratification with the collagen-boosting treatment from the SP Dynamis Fotona laser.
How long does it take to perform?
We perform SP Dynamis Fotona laser, because it’s surgery-free and offers great results. This collagen-boosting treatment takes only 45 minutes in our office, and then you are able to go home and resume your usual activities.
What is recovery like?
This is a gentle procedure. That being said, we may recommend staying out of hot tubs or avoiding sexual intercourse for a short time after your appointment.
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