FEM Centre is excited to announce that we are now offering a life changing" vaginal restoration treatment. 2 out of 5 postmenopausal women suffer from vaginal dryness, itching, burning, painful urination, and painful intercourse. But they don't have to!
The MonaLisa Touch is a hormone free, FDA cleared therapy that revitalizes vaginal tissue to restore moisture and comfort. Vaginal tissue is normalized, providing relief to women suffering because of
- Cancer treatments, menopause, natural aging, or inability to take estrogen
Don't suffer in silence. Let's talk about it. FEM Centre can provide you relief in three pain free, easy treatments. Call FEM Centre today to schedule your appointment.
The MonaLisa Touch is a fractional carbon dioxide (CO2) laser that is specifically designed to help restore vaginal health in post-menopausal women as well as breast cancer survivors. It was recently introduced in the U.S. after successfully treating upwards of 15,000 patients around the world. In both European and U.S. clinical trials, women reported symptom-free relief after the very first of three required treatments. The procedure is conducted in-office, virtually painless and requires no anesthesia. The MonaLisa Touch treatment is particularly well suited for patients who cannot, or elect not to, receive estrogen therapy.
The new website offers in-depth information on who would benefit from the MonaLisa Touch, how it works, and what patients can expect from the treatment. Additionally, its Physician Finder Tool identifies the closest doctor who currently offers the therapy. The website is updated on a frequent basis.
"The MonaLisa Touch is a game-changing, clinically-proven, therapeutic laser that can help millions of women who are suffering with problems of vaginal health due to menopause," said Dr. Mickey Karram, Director of Fellowship Program on Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, OH, who lead the U.S. clinical trial. "After menopause, whether natural or induced by breast cancer treatments or a hysterectomy, estrogen levels decline. Many women experience changes to their vaginal health that impacts their quality of life. However, studies show that only 25% of women seek help from their doctors."