CO2RE Intima is a non-surgical laser treatment to relieve the vaginal symptoms women may be experiencing related to childbirth and aging. These symptoms might include vaginal dryness, laxity, loss of sensation during intercourse, pain during intercourse or urinary incontinence or leaking. CO2RE Intima is a medical laser that delivers controlled CO2 energy to the vaginal or vulva tissue – so cells make more collagen – improving skin tone, texture and appearance, as well as thickening and strengthening the vaginal wall tissue and the surrounding pelvic floor tissue.
CO2RE Intima utilizes a CO2 laser. CO2 lasers have been proven to remodel tissue and stimulate collagen formation. CO2 technology also provides physicians with the ability to treat both superficial and deep skin layers simultaneously and with the precision control they need over the intensity, pattern and depth of ablation which is very important for treatments to this intimate area. This device has been used for many years already in the United States, with a good history of safety and effectiveness in treating womens symptoms.
What does the procedure feel like?
The procedure is virtually painless, requires only a cream anesthesia and typically takes around 15 minutes to treat both internally and externally.
Is the procedure safe? Are there risks to laser treatment, especially in the vaginal area?
The CO2RE device has FDA clearance for a range of gynecological and genitourinary indications. CO2RE Intima offers solutions for a range of intimate aesthetic procedures. Treatments are safe and effective with mild to no discomfort, and with little downtime.
How many treatments does it take?
Patients receive three treatments that are spaced ~3 weeks apart.
When will patients see results?
Most CO2RE Intima patients feel and see improvement after the very first treatment, although the procedure calls for three treatments.
The following article from Dr Dawes-Higgs, Vulvo Dermatologist explains a little more about Co2RE-
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