“The Mona Lisa Touch Laser is a great addition to the practice, providing women with even more options and choice in managing their health,” said Valerie Ginsburg, M.D. at Stapleton Women’s Health.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 05, 2015
Women that suffer from painful intercourse now have a new, safe, and effective treatment solution available to them in Denver. Stapleton Women’s Health now offers the Mona Lisa Touch Laser, the first laser treatment specifically designed and FDA-approved for vaginal dryness.
The North American Menopause Society reports 20% to 45% of midlife and older women suffer from vulvovaginal atrophy, which causes lack of lubrication and results in painful intercourse. Also, 80% of female sufferers in the U.S. feel the condition negatively affects their lives while only 7% of healthcare practitioners had initiated a conversation about the situation.
Stapleton Women’s Health takes a different approach to women’s health and reproductive well-being. Through open and honest discussion, patients are empowered to not only understand their reproductive health and related issues but to uncover their personal goals and treatment options.
“The Mona Lisa Touch Laser is a great addition to the practice, providing women with even more options and choice in managing their health,” said Valerie Ginsburg, M.D. at Stapleton Women’s Health. “We are finding not only a good take-up of patients opting for this solution but – more important – these same patients realize positive results from a fast and virtually painless procedure.”
Women experience vaginal dryness and painful intercourse as an effect of a reduction in estrogen production during or following menopause, due to cancer treatment, or breastfeeding. For women who do not want to undertake hormone replacement therapy or those who cannot tolerate estrogen, including women with breast cancer, history of stroke or heart disease, the Mona Lisa Touch Laser treatment is an ideal solution.
A mini-invasive CO2 pulsed-laser source device, Mona Lisa Touch therapy helps encourage new collagen production for patients that results in improved lubrication, restored hydration, and increased elasticity. The procedure is practically painless, lasts less than 10 minutes for each treatment, and requires no sedation or downtime for women.
Stapleton Women’s Health serves a lifetime of women’s health needs, from adolescence through adulthood. The approach of the practice is one of an open dialogue for patients supported by a range of services including gynecology, complete obstetric care, contraceptive planning, wellness screening, surgical procedures, menopause management, and more.
Stapleton Women’s Health is located at 2373 Central Park Blvd #202 in Denver and is accepting new patients for all services, including Mona Lisa Touch Laser treatment. Learn more about Stapleton Women’s Health at http://www.stapletonwomenshealth.com or call (720) 723-2176.