Whether because of pregnancy and childbirth or the natural aging process, many women experience undesirable vaginal changes, resulting in pain, discomfort and embarrassing accidents. Not long ago, surgical procedures were the only options for effective feminine rejuvenation. Thankfully, non-surgical alternatives are now available to restore your vaginal health.
Fotona is a safe and effective way to tighten the inner wall of your vagina and address a variety of feminine issues.
You don’t have to live with dryness and pain. To schedule a free 30-minute consultation with an experienced physician, please contact True Balance Longevity Institute today online or at 587-290-2290. Fotona vaginal rejuvenation treatment is available exclusively at our Sherwood Park location.
What Is Fotona?
Fotona is an FDA-approved laser that utilizes photothermal energy to stimulate collagen production in both the vaginal walls and urethra. By promoting your body’s natural collagen production, this advanced vaginal laser therapy can:
- Restore tightness to the vaginal canal
- Improve vaginal dryness
- Improve sexual pleasure
- Reduce bladder leakage
Fotona vaginal laser therapy is performed in our Sherwood Park facility. Treatment sessions are quick and comfortable, lasting only about 15 minutes. Some patients report feeling some heat during the treatment but find the feeling manageable. 95% of women experienced a more than moderate level of vaginal tightening.
There is no downtime for Fotona laser therapy. You can return to your daily activities immediately after your procedure. However, we recommend that you refrain from sexual intercourse for one week following treatment.
What Issues Can Vaginal Laser Therapy Address?
Fotona bladder and feminine rejuvenation is appropriate for most women who are premenopausal, menopausal, or postmenopausal. You can be as young as 20 or older than 70.
- Stress urinary incontinence (SUI): Stress urinary incontinence is a condition that causes women to involuntarily leak urine when laughing, sneezing or coughing. SUI can also affect women during physical activities such as climbing stairs or running. There are several factors which can play a role in developing SUI, such as childbirth, obesity and genetics.
- Vaginal atrophy: Estrogen levels decrease when a woman goes through menopause. These changes can affect many parts of a woman’s body, including the bladder, vulva and vagina. In addition to fatigue, hot flashes and night sweats, many menopausal women also experience vaginal atrophy, a condition in which the walls of the vagina become dryer, thinner and more easily inflamed. This leads to dyspareunia, more commonly known as painful intercourse. Left untreated, vaginal atrophy can also cause itching and burning.
- Vaginal relaxation syndrome (VRS): Defined as laxity of the vaginal wall, vaginal relaxation syndrome can cause a loss of friction and satisfaction during intercourse. Childbirth often contributes to VRS, but it can also result from natural aging and congenital connective tissue weakness.
During your free 30-minute consultation, we will work to understand your condition and determine the root cause of your symptoms. While Fotona vaginal laser therapy may address your immediate concerns, our physicians may recommend bioidentical hormone therapy to address deficient estrogen levels that are affected by menopause and the natural aging process.
Schedule Your Free Consultation at Our Sherwood Park Location
If you are ready to restore your vaginal health, please call True Balance Longevity Institute today at 587-290-2290 to schedule your free 30-minute consultation at our Sherwood Park office. We look forward to meeting you and helping you feel your best.