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95% of patients with improved sexual gratification

IntimaLase®

Vaginal tightening treatment

A gentle treatment for restoring the firmness of the vagina and enhancing sexual pleasure

  • an effective treatment for vaginal relaxation
  • incisionless, minimally invasive
  • no anesthesia needed
  • walk-in/walk-out procedure
What is IntimaLase®?

IntimaLase® delivers patented Fotona SMOOTH® laser pulses to the surface of the vagina and vulva. These unique pulses are specially engineered to produce a mild heating effect, which in turn stimulates the formation of new collagen and strengthens the tissue, giving a firmer and tighter quality. IntimaLase® has been shown to increase sexual pleasure and positively affect the overall quality of life in treated women. Eligible patients include women with increased vaginal laxity due to childbirth and/or ageing. IntimaLase® treatment has a very success and patient satisfaction rate.

How does IntimaLase® work?

  • photothermally tightens the vaginal canal
  • mechanism of action is based on shrinkage and thickening of the connective tissue in the vaginal wall

Unique advantages of IntimaLase® for your patients

For the majority of patients, three sessions of IntimaLase® with a one-month interval were sufficient to achieve noticeable results. No special pre-op preparations or post-op precautions are necessary. Patients could immediately return to their normal everyday activities. Additional advantages of IntimaLase® are that the procedure is incisionless and virtually painless, with no ablation, cutting, bleeding, or sutures. Recovery is extremely quick without need for the use of analgesics or antibiotics.

Excellent results from clinical studies

After IntimaLase® treatment 95% of patients reported an improvement of sexual gratification.

Journal of Laser and Health Academy, 2012(1); 46-58

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Scientific Evidence Behind Fotona SMOOTH® Treatments in Gynecology

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Selected Abstracts

Vaginal Relaxation Syndrome

IntimaLase® – an effective treatment for vaginal relaxation syndrome

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Doctors for Ladies

Dr. Jennifer Poning Lee, Director Beijing International Medical Center

Sexual Rejuvenation & Regenerative Center

Beijing, China

»IntimaLase® has opened another window in my brain for helping my patients who were bothered by sexual dissatisfaction due to vaginal relaxation syndrome. Before the vaginal laser was invented, those women suffered both from... clinical symptoms, such as loss of sexual sensation due to vaginal loosening, as well as from a relationship crisis. Throughout the period of time I have used vaginal laser rejuvenation therapy, I have witnessed many patients repair the relationships with their partners after receiving the IntimaLase® procedure. These invisible but precious rewards keep me passionate about continuously devoting myself to this field to create more wonderful harmonic sexual relationships between couples.«

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Doctors Video Testimonials

Jorge Ernesto Gaviria Parada, MD

Head Chief of the Laser Platform at the Fotomedicine Institute of the Teknon Medical Center

Barcelona, Spain

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Aleksandra Novakov Mikic, MD, PhD

Poliklinika NOVAKOV i sar.

Novi Sad, Serbia

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Liora Bunzl, MD

Dr. Zipora-Liora Bunzl

Vienna, Austria

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Top Doctors FAQ

Is it possible to over-tighten the vaginal canal and introitus as a consequence of IntimaLase® treatment?

This cannot be the case as the treatment results in only a slight shrinkage of existing collagen and stimulates the production of natural collagen, enabling regeneration to the pre-condition state.

How long is the learning curve in terms of becoming familiar with the Fotona SMOOTH® procedures?

The procedure is simple to learn and doctors can expect to be able to perform the procedure following a 2-day training course.

How do the Fotona SMOOTH® procedures differ from other, similar laser procedures in gynecology?

All Fotona SMOOTH® treatments are based on a patented mode of Er:YAG laser pulses that are delivered to the vaginal wall mucosa, generating controlled and optimal distribution of heat within the tissue and enabling collagen remodeling and neocollagenesis.

The 2.94 μm wavelength, in conjunction with the patented Fotona SMOOTH® mode delivery, allows for a highly controlled, safe procedure with no impact to any critical structures, including any penetration or disruption of the mucosal surface. That makes the procedures gentle and safe, without compromising effectiveness.

Are the patients required to have a gynecological examination prior to taking the treatment?

Yes, a standard gynecological examination, including a pap-smear, should be performed prior to receiving the treatment.

How long after the treatment can a patient become sexually active?

In order to achieve the best results, it is recommended that patients abstain from sexual intercourse for a period of between one to two weeks.

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See IntimaLase® in action

FotonaSmooth® Lasers

IntimaLase® can be performed using following lasers:

FotonaSmooth® SP

  • Two complementary laser wavelengths in one system: 2940 nm Er:YAG and 1064 nm Nd:YAG
  • Fotona SMOOTH® mode technology for non-invasive treatments
  • Er:YAG VSP technology for cold to warm ablation
  • Non-surgical treatments of lesions of the vagina and uterine neck
  • Nd:YAG for additional clinical and aesthetic applications

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FotonaSmooth® XS

    • 2940 nm Er:YAG laser
    • Fotona SMOOTH® mode technology for non-invasive treatments
    • VSP technology for cold to warm ablation
    • Non-surgical treatments of lesions of the vagina and uterine neck

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