Co2 fractional laser vaginal tightening
Many women suffer unpleasant vaginal effects from aging, childbirth, and other challenges. Vaginal rejuvenation with a laser is designed to restore vaginal tissues to full health and functionality without invasive surgeries.
Over time, vaginal tissues can become lax and lose some of their elasticity and youthfulness. This can cause a variety of issues, including:
Using a CO2 laser with a handheld wand, plastic surgeons can reduce or eliminate these issues, tightening and rejuvenating the area.
Vaginal ageing, or vaginal atrophy causes changes in the structure and function of the vagina and can affect women of all ages.
BS-FCL4V is a powerful CO2 rejuvenating vaginal laser that promotes the remodelling of the vaginal mucous epithelium layer.
The regeneration of new tissue within the vaginal walls that takes place following treatment rebuilds a naturally stronger structure, and recovers lost volume, hydration and elasticity.
The procedure takes around five minutes and is suitable for almost all women suffering from vaginal atrophy.
Pain medication is not required, and there is no downtime.
The principle of fractional laser is to treat a proportion of the skin or mucosal surface area in columns of laser light.
Recent scientific literature shows that treatment with fractional CO2 laser can be used for the treatment of vaginal health related conditions and specifically that it significantly improves symptoms of VVA in post menopausal women.
Historirical data also shows that fractional CO2 lasers cause a thickening and restoration of the vaginal mucosa.
During the BS-FCL4V procedure the probe delivers continuous wave of CO2 levels in a fractional pattern along the vaginal lining. Uniform delivery of the fractional pattern is achieved through a unique scanner designer to microbeams of 210um in a controlled and uniform manner. It also enables a quicker vaginal tissue healing.
CO2 Surgical Laser
Fractional CO2 Laser treatment is a treatment to reduce facial wrinkles and skin irregularities, such as blemishes or acne scars. The technique directs short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at irregular skin, precisely removing skin layer by layer. This popular procedure is also called lasabrasion, laser peel, orlaser vaporization.
Laser resurfacing is a treatment to reduce facial wrinkles and skin irregularities, such as blemishes or acne scars.
The technique directs short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at irregular skin, precisely removing skin layer by layer. This popular procedure is also called lasabrasion, laser peel, or laservaporization.
CO2 Laser Skin resurfacing has been used for years to treat different skin issues, including wrinkles, scars, warts, enlarged oil glands on the nose, and other conditions.
CO2 laser resurfacing uses very short pulsed light energy (known as ultrapulse) or continuous light beams that are delivered in a scanning pattern to remove thin layers of skin with minimal heat damage. Recovery takes up to 5 days. The other big advantage with the CO2 Fractional Laser Treatment is that it can be used anywhere on the body where previous lasers were restricted to treating the face only. Now we can obtain a dramatic change in the skin on any part of the body to improve conditions present in superficial and deeper layers of the skin including the abdomen where crinkly skin can develop after pregnancy.
CO2 Fractional Laser Treatment causes tiny dot, or pixel-like damage to treated areas in the skin, leaving most of the surrounding skin intact. New collagen is produced via the injury to the dermis, which helps reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, scarring & acne. CO2 Fractional Laser treatment allows the skin to heal much faster than if the whole area was treated, as the healthy, untreated tissue surrounding the treated tissue acts as a natural bandage whilst the treated area heals. Fractional laser treatment can be performed using topical anesthesia, or nerve blocks and chilled air. Treatment takes about 30 minutes, depending on the size of the area(s) being treated.