“With the advancement of laser technology becoming more accessible, patients will have even greater opportunities to non-invasive treatments with minimal downtime.”
Dr. Lionel Chang [MB BS FRACS]
RENOWN SPECIALIST IN COSMETIC AND PLASTIC SURGERY
|BRINGING OVER 30 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL RESULTS|
Vaginal Tightening |
One of the most common issues that affect women after childbirth is an overstretched vagina — vaginal relaxation syndrome (VRS), which reduces the strength and structure of the vaginal wall. Along with the loss of sensation, VRS can also lead to incontinence.
For many patients who are affected by the condition the option of corrective surgery is too invasive and in turn, suffer in silence.
The IntimaLase® treatment is a safe and non-invasive photo-thermal stimulation of collagen neogenesis, which effectively shrinks and tightens the vaginal canal and offers greater support to the bladder. The treatment is discreet, unobtrusive, easy to perform, and it is very safe with a 97% high-level of patient satisfaction.
DOWNTIME: Walk in and walk out procedure. FOLLOW UP SESSIONS: Patients may require three consecutive treatments, six weeks apart, subject to the severity of the condition.
Ongoing treatments approximately six to nine months apart are recommended in maintaining the tightening effect.
F A Q S
Introducing Dr Lionel Chang [MB BS FRACS] |
In the video presentation, Dr Chang outlines the answers to the procedure’s most frequently-asked questions.
Please note that the information featured in the video is only a general overview. During your initial consultation with Dr Chang, you will receive a comprehensive assessment based on your age, medical history, unique physical characteristics and your desired outcome.
Due to the privacy of our patients, actual images featuring BEFORE and AFTER shots will only be presented at the consultation. We thank the patients who have granted us permission to use them for the purpose of demonstrating their results. Please also view our gallery.
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