Background
What is MonaLisa Touch?

MonaLisa Touch is an innovative laser that delivers fractional CO2 laser energy to soft tissues. The procedure is performed in our office and doesn't typically require anesthesia.

When is MonaLisa Touch used?

We sometimes recommend MonaLisa Touch to women for for a number of different reasons, but these are often the most important:

  • To improve vaginal laxity
  • To improve the tone of vaginal mucosa
  • To reduce urinary incontinence symptoms by restoring the functionality of urogenital structure
  • To reduce symptoms of vaginal atrophy and dryness

How does MonaLisa Touch work?

"MonaLisa Touch is the only procedure proven not only by clinical results but also by detailed ultrastructural and histological studies. Scientific publications of the results demonstrate the effective tissue regeneration achieved thanks to the unique combination of the wavelength of the CO2 laser, the structure of the D-Pulse, and adequate emission power.

The purpose of treating vaginal atrophy is to promote and recover pre-menopausal metabolic activity by means of a new synthesis not only of collagen, but also of hyaluronic acid, glycosaminoglycans, and proteoglycans. This helps to regain hydrated mucosa ... thus reinstating all the functions typical of younger healthy tissue.

Recent studies show that MonaLisa Touch is largely effective in treating  mild urinary incontinence. The beneficial stimulation of vaginal tissues, due to the D-Pulse CO2 laser emission, re-establishes the proper functionality of urogenital involved structures. This allows restoration of correct urinary continence."
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Questions about MonaLisa Touch?

Please call us at 651-600-3035 if you have questions or would like to schedule a consultation.

What our patients say:

Everyone has been so knowledgeable and skilled, especially with my tipped uterus :) Any time I've had questions, they've always explained things well to me, and feel like I can ask them a question any time. I had a surgery with Dr. Ashford and everything went great, thanks to his skill. Highly recommend this clinic!
M.W. - Minnesota

Information about Atrophic Vaginitis: Dry and Painful Intercourse

One of the most common complaints from women involves dry and painful intercourse. It is a common problem in postmenopausal women but can also impact women in other times of their life and for many different reasons.

We offer a number of different solutions to assist women and restore quality of life. Read more about Atrophic Vaginitis here and what can be done.