Info About Mona Lisa Touch
Dr Omar Gailani has recently attained a Mona Lisa Touch for his practice. The Mona Lisa Touch is a non-surgical treatment for vaginal atrophy. The Mona Lisa helps women who experience symptoms such as Vaginal itching/burning, vaginal dryness, loss of lubrication, vaginal laxity, some incontinence symptoms, or painful sexual intercourse.
The Mona Lisa Touch procedure offers significant advantages over current treatment options such as short-term relief from vaginal moisturisers. The Mona Lisa addresses the issues that cause vaginal atrophy rather than simply working on the symptoms. The Mona Lisa Touch creates longer-lasting relief and offers a new and effective option for patient who were previously not suitable for existing treatments.
Mona Lisa Touch is a comfortable, non-hormonal, no-downtime procedure of a 5-minute treatment. There are a few post-treatment advices that will need to be followed; abstaining from sexual intercourse, hot baths, swimming, intense physical exercise, wearing pads or panty liners, tampons or menstrual cups or shaving/waxing the vulva area for the next 7 days.
The Mona Lisa Touch is once a month treatment for 3 months then once a year for maintenance.
The key benefits of the Mona Lisa Touch
- Convenient 5-minute treatment,
- Low risk treatment that is suitable for most women,
- Achieves long lasting improvements,
- Patients can return to normal daily activities immediately with no downtime,
- Able to be used by patient groups who may be unsuitable for hormone, replacement therapy eg. Breast Cancer Patients,
The Mona Lisa Touch draws on knowledge learnt over many years in fields such as Dermatology and Aesthetic medicine to deliver an effective treatment that stimulates fibroblast cells in the skin to promote natural regeneration processes. This stimulates collagen formation underneath the vaginal skin, promoting proliferation of the cells and restoration of blood supply. Improvement can be seen in as little as 30 days after treatment. There is regeneration of new tissue in the vaginal walls and the protective mucosa recovers volume, hydration, and elasticity.