There are many reasons why women may like to have a laser vaginal tightening and rejuvenating treatment. The main one is vaginal childbirth, but there can also be reasons such as weight loss, weight gain, ageing and even after the use of Tamoxifen to treat breast cancer. Vaginal looseness can become worse with additional deliveries or as you age and lead to decreased vaginal muscle tone.
For a long time ago, Laser treatment has been used safely and effectively in many medical fields like dermatology and dentistry. The idea of using the ability of laser energy to restore and regenerate damaged tissue provides a new ways called “Regenerative Medicine”. With the introduction of minimally ablative fractional laser, the gynecologist started to apply this new laser technique to treat common vaginal and vulval disorders. In 2014, the Italian DEKA company’s SmartXide2 CO2 laser technology, were cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its use in various medical fields e.g. dermatology, plastic surgeries, otolaryngology, genitourinary surgery etc . Since the FDA release, the market started to offer a great variety for laser technology to the healthcare
professionals as well as directly to the consumer.
In the last few years, many gynecologists were investigating the possible use of laser for the treatment of different gynecological conditions e.g. Genitor-urinary syndrome of menopause, vaginal relaxation syndrome and mild cases of stress incontinence. All of these procedures are gathered in the marketing term, known as “Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation”.