What is the Co2re Intima?

The C02RE Intima is the latest in office non-surgical treatment that uses laser energy to treat the changes and symptoms women may be experiencing related to vaginal wellness or appearance. Changes that can also be associated post childbirth and aging.

Regardless of age, any women can experience changes in vaginal wellness or appearance leading to unpleasant symptoms affecting their quality of life. In a study shown 66% suffer from stress urinary incontinence to some degree and another 63% would consider a non surgical procedure to tighten the vaginal canal.

The specific symptom this laser can help relieve is Urinary Incontinence, UTI’s & Yeast Infections, Vaginal Discoloration/Laxity, as well as decreased sensation.

CO2RE Intima is a medical laser that delivers controlled CO2 laser energy to the vaginal wall or vulva tissue – so cells make more collagen – improving skin tone, texture and appearance. Specifically this can help to restore vaginal tone, flexibility and shape, dryness, itching and pain, dyschromia and skin pigmentation. The in-office procedure is virtually painless, requires no anesthesia and typically takes around 30-45 minutes to treat both internally and externally.

Patients can return to normal activities after the procedure, but should refrain from sexual activity for 7 days. Your physician will advise you on a post-procedure regimen that is right for you.

A full series of three treatments spaced a month apart are suggested. Most CO2RE Intima patients feel and see an improvement after the very first treatment, although the procedure calls for a total of three treatments for optimal results. After the third treatment, patients should expect to come back annually for a maintenance treatment.

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