The Deka MonaLisa Touch is a safe, painless, hormone-free treatment that helps to improve vaginal dryness, fragility and loss of elasticity, whilst eliminating troublesome itching, irritation and pain with a C02 fractional laser.
What is the Deka MonaLisa Touch?
Many women suffer Vaginal and Genito Urinary problems in silence, unwilling and too embarrassed to even talk about these conditions. However, the Mona Lisa Touch is a treatment that has been scientifically proven to solve these problems to thus improve confidence, self esteem and quality of life.
Common conditions that the Mona Lisa Touch can treat include:
- Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) or Vulvovaginal Atrophy
- weakness and laxity of the vaginal mucosa,
- itching and burning,
- pain during sexual intercourse.
- vaginal rejuvenation
- lichen sclerosis
At HB Health, the vaginal rejuvenation Deka MonaLisa Touch® CO2 laser treatment is performed by specialists who prove their medical skills with every procedure, enhancing vaginal mucosa, control and strength, and assuring positive results.
Couldn’t be happier. Could be life changing. I went to HB clinic with a bit of apprehension and a lot of excitement. But I had nothing to worry about. I was put at ease as soon as I arrived by the welcoming and professional staff in a modern environment, I knew I was in safe hands. Each procedure was explained fully and I was left in no doubt that their knowledge and expertise, particularly Dr Minoo Madhok, was particularly reassuring. It was a big step but the Mona Lisa touch is the future and miraculous and would recommend it to any ladies who need rejuvination of any kind. My sceptism was alayed and I would suggest that everyone should benefit from this treatment. Angel touch and girl power. What are you waiting for!!!
Jackie G from Hertfordshire
The laser is inserted into the vagina and laser pulses stimulate new collagen production in the vaginal wall. The exterior of the vagina is also treated. External treatment increases the amount of sensation experienced, because sensation is typically reduced with menopause. Some patients may experience slight discomfort the first time the probe is inserted, but the actual treatment is typically not painful.
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