MonaLisa Touch®

A virtually pain free fractional CO2 laser treatment for gynecologic health.

The MonaLisa Touch is a fractional CO2 laser treatment for gynecologic use. It is a well-tolerated, in-office procedure that typically does not need anesthesia and only lasts about 5 minutes. A short series of laser sessions may be recommended by your physician. The treatment is suitable for women wishing to prevent or treat uncomfortable vaginal symptoms, including vaginal dryness in menopause, pregnancy, or cancer treatment.

Thousands of women have chosen the MonaLisa Touch procedure. You can feel confident knowing that it’s a trusted device.

Benefits of the MonaLisa Touch...

How does the MonaLisa Touch work?

Dr. Valenton talking about the MonaLisa Touch

Dr. Karram speaking about the MonaLisa Touch


Am I a candidate? / Who is it for?

Women with gynecologic health concerns. Symptoms that may qualify someone for treatment include:

  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal itchiness
  • Vaginal burning
  • Vaginal laxity
  • Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM)
  • Mild bladder weakness
  • Pain during sex
What to expect with the procedure?

MonaLisa Touch is a non-surgical, hormone-free treatment that helps women who are suffering from vulvovaginal atrophy. The laser supplies light energy to the vaginal walls that stimulates a healing response which creates new collagen, new blood vessels, moisture, and elasticity to the tissue. One MonaLisa Touch® treatment only lasts a few minutes, with minimal pain, side effects and recovery time.

How many treatments will I need?

Your doctor may recommend a series of procedures. Talk to your doctor about your goals.

What are the side effects?

Most women report mild, localised discomfort following the vaginal laser treatment and during the first few days after the session. It can take one to three days for women to resume their normal routine. During the healing period, it may be recommended to avoid lifting weights, physical exercise or taking a bath. Your doctor will give you specific indications for a speedy recovery.

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