Reflections OBGYN is the leader in Melbourne, Viera and Brevard County in offering the MonaLisa Touch laser treatment that regenerates vaginal tissues to relieve a many vaginal health issues.

What is MonaLisa Touch? 

MonaLisa Touch is the only FDA approved in-office procedure using a fractional CO2 laser that can regenerate your vaginal tissues safely and effectively. This is the same type of laser used by Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons for over a decade for facial laser treatments with a tremendous success and safety profile. MonaLisa Touch is the only hormone-free, medication-free solution to vaginal issues.

What problems can MonaLisa Touch treat?

  • Painful sex
  • Lichen Sclerosus
  • Vaginal discomfort
  • Minor stress urinary incontinance
  • Chronic UTI’s
  • Vaginal laxity

How does MonaLisa Touch help?

The MonaLisa Touch laser treatment works by stimulating the deep tissue of the vaginal mucosa to produce more collagen, elastin and increase vascularization. The vagina responds by increasing elasticity, tone and moisture thusly reducing pain, burning, itching and irritation.

Is MonaLisa Touch painful?

No! We pretreat with a mild numbing cream and most people only experieince a mild vibration.

Can MonaLisa Touch treat vaginal laxity?

A “loose vagina” can be caused by vaginal birth or the normal aging process. The MonaLisa Touch can improve laxity due to loss of mucosal tone. However looseness due to severe birth trauma or nerve damage may need surgical treatment.

What to expect during a MonaLisa treatment

The MonaLisa laser treatment is given in three 5 minute treatments, six weeks apart. A mild numbing lotion is applied and after a 10 minute wait for it to take effect, the procedure will begin. Both the vagina and vulva will be treated to ensure maximum benefit, which will only take 5 minutes with no discomfort. A light coating of Aquaphor on the vulva twice a day for the 3-4 day healing period is recommended. You can resume intercourse after that time, but you will need no recovery time to resume your other normal activities.

How long does a MonaLisa Touch treatment last?

The MonaLisa touch treatment typically lasts for over a year. If after that time you start experiencing symptoms again, a yearly touch-up treatment (at 1/3 the cost of the original treatment) is recommended.

Why choose MonaLisa Touch?

Before considering the MonaLisa Touch, most people have tried vaginal moisterizers and lubricants as well as messy vaginal hormones without getting the relief they are looking for.

MonaLisa Touch is a hormone-free and medication-free treatment that typically lasts for over a year. Many people can not take hormones, such as breast cancer survivors. Others do not want to take hormones for a variety of reasons. Still others realize the cost of the hormones over a year or more is the same as the MonaLisa Touch and wish to take advantage of it’s increased safety and efficacy.

Why come to Reflections OBGYN for my MonaLisa Touch treatment?

Dr. Sargent is a highly experienced leader in MonaLisa Touch treatment in Melbourne, Viera and Brevard County with 5 years of experience in MonaLisa Touch. He was personally trained by Dr. Mickey Karram, Director of the Fellowship Program on Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery at The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr Karram is the leading voice in the U.S. for female pelvic problems and conducted the lead study on the effectiveness of MonaLisa Touch. Dr Sargent has had well over a 95% satisfaction rate on MonaLisa Touch treatments.

Are there any clincal trials for the MonaLisa Touch?

Yes, Dr. Mickey Karram, Director of the Fellowship Program on Female Medicine & Reconstructive Surgey at the Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio assessed the use of the MonaLisa touch on 30 women with symptoms of painful intercourse. The results showed overwhelmingly positive and immediate improvement in comfort and satisfaction. These results were highly statisically significant in these improvements even after the first treatment, and continued to improve after each of the 3 treatments in the normal course of therapy.