LASER Gynecology

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Laser and Gynecology

In the field of Gynecology, laser technology has become a safe and verified solution for a wide range of applications. It has proven to be very effective in performing less invasive and more efficient clinical and aesthetic gynecological treatments.

Some of the advantages of laser in Gynecology:

  • Minimally invasive treatments
  • Increased comfort
  • Less downtime post treatment

Urinary incontinence affects about 30% of women between the ages of 15 and 64. The proportion increases to more than 40% as we reach menopause. Especially in those of us who had natural births or hormonal changes..

It manifests itself when there is urine loss when coughing, laughing, sneezing, exercising or physical exertion. Many times we stop doing activities that give us pleasure for fear of leaking urine, suspending programs or avoiding being with people in recreational moments. By getting used to hiding what happens to us, we lose quality of life and ease in simple everyday moments.

Laser therapy is recommended in cases of mild and moderate stress urinary incontinence and urge urinary incontinence. The clinical studies carried out show that it is an effective, easy-to-perform, safe and non-invasive procedure.

How does it work?
It directs the laser energy, stimulating the formation of collagen in the region of the vagina and the opening of the urethra. It generates a narrowing of the vaginal mucosal tissue, thus providing greater support to the bladder and the return of urinary continence.


  • Does not require surgery or hospitalization
  • No need to use antibiotics
  • Immediate return to normal daily activities

Sessions: 1 session/month. Total: 3 sessions.


Vaginal relaxation syndrome is the loss of the optimal shape of the vagina, mainly due to childbirth, as well as natural aging and the consequent weakness of the vaginal mucosa

Laser therapy for photothermal vaginal tightening is a non-invasive treatment without incision of the vaginal canal, effective, easy to perform and safe.

How does it work?
It works thermally on the mucosa of the vagina, stimulating the formation of new collagen fibers. As a result, there is a remodeling and tightening of the vaginal canal.


  • No surgery or hospitalization
  • Improvement and increase in sexual satisfaction, with the consequent significant improvement in the patient's quality of life
  • Immediate return to normal daily activities

Sessions: 1 session/month. Total: 3 sessions.


Pelvic organ prolapse is a common problem, affecting to some extent nearly 50% of women who have had children. Within the possible treatments, the laser is a unique, innovative, non-invasive alternative to treat small prolapses.

How does it work?
It uses the photothermal effects of the laser to tighten the tissue and contract the vaginal canal. It stimulates the regeneration of collagen and the synthesis of new collagen in the vaginal mucosa. The result is the tightening and narrowing of the vaginal canal without the need for surgery..


  • No surgery or hospitalization
  • non-invasive
  • Immediate return to normal daily activities

Sessions: 1 session/month. Total: 3 sessions.


Vaginal atrophy is a change in the tissue of the vagina manifested after hormonal changes linked to the decrease in estrogen levels; usually present after menopause. ⁠

This is a problem that generates changes that cause inflammation in the vaginal walls, dryness and loss of elasticity. Those who suffer from this ailment often have painful intercourse, a burning sensation, and really bothersome urinary symptoms.⁠

Laser therapy is unique and innovative for the symptoms of vaginal dryness. It is based on photothermal treatment of the vaginal canal. It is an effective, easy-to-use, fast, and safe procedure that eliminates the need for long-term vaginal estrogen administration.

How does it work?
The treatment is based on a gentle and controlled heating of the vaginal tissue induced by laser. The formation of new blood vessels in the vaginal mucosa and the formation of new collagen are stimulated without thermal damage. The end result is an increase in the thickness of the tissue, as well as a new vascularization and better lubrication, along with the reduction of symptoms such as dryness, itching, irritation and pain during sexual intercourse.


  • Prolonged positive effects over time 6 months after treatment.
  • Does not require surgical intervention
  • Does not cause pain
  • No prior preparation, no aftercare

Sessions: 1 session/month. Total: 3 sessions.


Naturally we have a balanced microbiota in our genitals, with various microorganisms that protect us, including fungi and bacteria. The Candida albicans fungus is part of this balanced microbiota. On certain occasions, this balance can be lost, which leads to Candida changing its morphology, maturing and generating inflammation and infection in the vulva and vagina.

Candidiasis is a fungal infection that causes:

  • irritation, redness, inflammation.
  • painless clumpy white discharge
  • intense itching, or burning sensation especially when urinating and during sexual intercourse.
⁠Recurrent candidiasis occurs in cases of resistance to pharmacological treatments (ovules/creams) and can recur 4 or more times in a one-year period..⁠

⁠⁠The laser treatment has a fungicidal effect that eliminates the candida fungus in just 3 sessions, and achieves a much longer-lasting effect than treatments with ovules or other medications.

Sessions: 1 session every 15 days. Total: 3 sessions


Lichen sclerosus is a pathology that can occur on the skin and especially in the genital area. It mostly affects postmenopausal women. While the cause of this problem is unknown, it may be due to an overactive immune system or hormonal imbalance.⁠⁠

⁠⁠Among the most frequent symptoms and signs:

  • redness, itching
  • white and smooth areas of skin
  • Pain in sexual intercourse
⁠⁠The suggested treatment is the use of laser combined with platelet-rich plasma, improving all these symptoms and signs.


Human papillomavirus is a family of viruses that can affect the skin of the genital or anal area.⁠ Most of the time, HPV infection has no obvious symptoms. That is why annual gynecological control is so important.

The laser is an innovative treatment that, through vaporization, allows to eliminate warts on the female genitalia with great effectiveness and in a few sessions.⁠

Its effectiveness minimizes self-contagion, and ensures that sexual relations can be resumed in a short period of time. In addition, another benefit generated by this treatment is to reduce the possibility of new warts.


Genital bleaching is a treatment indicated for patients with genital darkening (both vulva and anal region) who report some discomfort for this reason.

How does it work?
Laser sessions are carried out that carry out a process of depigmentation of the area.


  • Does not require surgery
  • It is ambulatory
  • Allows you to resume normal activities



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