MonaLisa Touch implements painless, microscopically small, light beams from CO2 laser energy that is delivered via a side-firing probe inserted into the vaginal canal. A two-part pulse targets surface (epithelial) tissue and deep (lamina propria) tissue to promote vaginal mucosal revitalization.
Vaginal Rejuvenation in Champaign, IL
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Vaginal Rejuvenation in Champaign, IL
Restoring the function and form of your pelvic and vaginal anatomy to the youthful state you use to enjoy
Vaginal rejuvenation has become the umbrella term for all the treatments that enhance sexuality, correct pelvic floor issues, improve arousal and orgasm and address concerns of incontinence. Hada Cosmetic Medicine combines years of experience and a broad range of therapeutic options.
Laser, PRP, HIFEM, Radiofrequency, Surgery
No. of Treatments Needed
1 to 6
Up to 90 minutes
What It Treats
Painful intercourse is due to a variety of causes. One of the most common is due to lack of hormonal health which results in thinning and dryness of the vaginal tissues. Bleeding with intercourse is not normal, and we recommend a gynecologic visit to determine the cause.
Vaginal Wall Laxity
Over time aging, straining with lifting or bowel movements, poor nutrition, and other factors cause the vaginal, bladder, vulvar, and rectal tissues to change. The muscles shrink, lose their ability to contract effectively, the supporting structures stretch and weaken, and the surface tissues can thin and become irritated, all this can lead to weak vaginal walls.
Lack of Libido, Difficulty with Orgasms
Female sexual dysfunction is complicated. For some women, changes in libido, sensations, ease of achieving orgasms, or frequency of orgasms are due to hormones and aging. For others, it can be stress or other medical issues. Helping you understand more about your sexuality is part of our mission.
Urinary Incontinence, Chronic Vaginal Infections
Four or more vaginal infections per year would be considered chronic. Any leakage of urine can fall under the category of urinary incontinence. For those who wear pads to protect against leaks, we suggest a consultation.
How Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Work?
- You and your provider will consult on the different challenges you’re experiencing and your goals for treatment. During this time, you’ll also receive a physical examination and your provider will perform a review of your medical history.
- Following your consultation, you’ll have the proper education needed to make the best treatment choice for your needs! Our most common treatments include ThermiVA, MonaLisa Touch, and Emsella. Each treatment comes
- Most treatments are non-invasive or minimally invasive and carry little downtime. However, you’ll be expected to follow all pre and post-care instructions given by your provider.
About Hada Cosmetic Medicine
At Hada Cosmetic Medicine we strive to offer not only the most advanced treatments and services but to educate our clients on optimal skin health. Our staff is dedicated to helping patients restore and maintain a healthy body and youthful skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions about vaginal rejuvenation in Champaign, IL
The procedure is virtually painless and requires no anesthesia. Some patients may experience some discomfort the first time the probe is inserted, but the actual treatment is not painful. Many patients report that it feels like a gentle vibration.
Most patients feel improvement after the very first treatment, although the procedure calls for three treatments that are generally spaced over a 12-week period.
Patients should expect to come back annually for maintenance treatment. MonaLisa Touch was first available outside the US with up to a 12 or 18-month follow-up. More recent studies indicate some women will find their treatment results will last 2-3 years. This is in contrast to other medical therapies that require daily or weekly therapy.
Yes, MonaLisa Touch treatment is particularly well suited for patients who cannot or prefer not to receive estrogen therapy, other hormonal therapy such as DHEA, or oral Osphena therapy all of which are approved for painful intercourse.
Yes, recent medical reports indicate that women with a variety of vaginal and urinary symptoms will improve, including improvement over overactive bladder and urinary incontinence.
Consultations and medical evaluations are covered by most insurance. The treatment itself is FDA-cleared and not yet approved so not covered by insurance yet. We are committed to your health and want to work with you to get the therapies you need.
The ThermiVa is an FDA-approved in-office, non-surgical device, that is used for dermatologic conditions such as loose and saggy skin due to poor elastin or collagen. Skin that has lost healthy structures to keep it moist and thus becomes thick and dry, and to revive skin blood flow and nerve sensation so skin can become more youthful.
The vagina has many layers of tissues that include muscles, ligaments, and the mucosal lining. Through the treatment, ThermiVa can improve all of these to reduce vaginal dryness, improve blood flow, improve vaginal nerve function, and restore normal vaginal moisture and lubrication with sex—while also improving the laxity of the vulva and the tissue of the perineum.
Thermiva increases vaginal sensation and decreases pain during intercourse for those who experience most types of dyspareunia.
The vaginal tightening may be significant enough to improve sensations for penetrative sexual activity.
Thermiva treatments are not hormonal, nor have any systemic effects. It cannot affect your menstrual cycle, endometriosis, ovarian, or uterine conditions such as fibroids.
ThermiVa works in ways that support other pelvic floor therapies such as Emsella and MonaLisaTouch, PRP therapy, and unique combination treatment packages are available.
Yes, both incontinence due to overactive bladders and stress incontinence are likely to respond to the therapy.
Yes, and even men can benefit from the Emsella chair.
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is like getting your own stem cell and growth factor boost. The PRP is harvested through a simple blood draw, and the therapy can be applied to the clitoris, the G region of the vagina, around the urethra, and in cosmetic applications.