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Revolutionary non-surgical, minimally-invasive treatment for laxity, mild stress incontinence and atrophy associated with child birth and Menopause.

What does it do?

In three sessions it will: Tighten the canal; Stimulate the natural regeneration of tissue for longer term elasticity and natural flexibility; Treat atrophy by restoring mucosa hydration through improved mucosa retention capabilities.

How does it work?

Stimulates collagen remodelling of the internal tissue and synthesis of new collagen fibres for contraction. These additional collagen fibres enable a greater holding ability of mucosa for a more lubricated internal environment and thus more comfort, especially during intercourse.

When will I notice results?

You will feel a difference after the first treatment but full effect will take place a month after the third treatment where you will notice a definite change to the laxity and lubrication of the skin in this intimate area.


Our skilled practitioners are experienced in laser gynaecology procedures and are backed by the latest and most advanced technology at Specialist Clinics of Australia in order to produce optimal results.

  • Dr Maryam Ronagh

    FRACGP & Cosmetic Trainer (ACAM) GynaeLase, Medical Injectables, Women's Health
  • Dr Sean Burnet

    B.Med FRANZCOG Gynaecology & Obstetrics
  • Dr Garry Cussell

    Medical Director

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Ageing and childbirth can alter the elasticity, laxity and atrophy of the internal skin mucosa, however many women are unaware or apprehensive about treatment options, as a result they suffer in silence. Laser treatment is non-surgical, minimally-invasive and requires no downtime. Many patients report they feel a difference after just one treatment so take back control and feel like yourself again, see one of our specialists today.

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Dr Garry Cussell discusses the addresses the issues that affect so many women, yet are rarely discussed. Do laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments work, what do they do and are there any side affects? Find the answers to these questions and more in this informative podcast:

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