The laser energy device effectively treat vaginal dryness, itching, painful intercourse.
There are many dermatological skin conditions that can affect the vaginal areas. Some can cause itching, discomfort, or lack of confidence.
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WHAT IS CO2RE® Intima?
The CO2RE system is a simple, efficient, energy-based solution that can treat many gynecological skin concerns without any hormones.
What CO2RE Intima – Does
- Our gynecologist will use the CO2RE system to deliver laser energy to a targeted area of the skin, including along the vaginal wall.
- This delivery of energy stimulates a healing response and results in remodeling of the soft tissue fibers.
- New fiber and collagen form to revitalize the skin.
We use Co2Re Intima as Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment
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Are gynecological skin conditions common?
Skin and soft tissue in the genital area can change over time. These changes can be the result of trauma, aging, or hormone levels.
Often, out of embarrassment, women avoid seeking medical help. But, problems affecting your vaginal health are nothing to be embarrassed about. Careful examination of the external genitalia, introitus, and vaginal canal are an important part of the female health examination.
When should I seek medical advice?
If your skin changes in appearance (color or texture) or sensation, talk to a medical professional about what can help.
What are some genital skin concerns that can be treated with the CO₂RE system?
The CO2RE system can treat many skin conditions that women may experience:
- Vulvar and vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN, VAIN)
- Condyloma acuminatum
- Leukoplakia (vulvar dystrophies)
- Surgical scar tissue
- Soft tissue changes
What about vaginal rejuvenation side effects?
Speak with your physician about any side effects such as swelling, itching ,discomfort, or minor pain that could occur with energy-based treatments. For a complete list, speak to your physician.