MonaLisa Touch is designed to reduce the effects of atrophy and minimise LBL (light bladder leakage)

Vaginal atrophy is the ageing of the vagina which can have a physical and emotional effect on the sufferer. Most commonly, atrophy occurs after menopause and involves:

  • Thinning of the vaginal wall
  • Natural elasticity is reduced
  • Reduced blood supply
  • Dehydration (lack of lubrication)

The most common symptoms are:

  • Reduction in elasticity
  • Reduced blood supply
  • Dehydration (lack of lubrication)
  • Dryness
  • Itchiness
  • Incontinence and the need to urgently urinate
  • A burning feeling or irritation
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Increased UTIs

Of course this condition can also impact relationships with partners due to the physical and emotional toll.


The FREE MonaLisa Touch Info-Pack delves deep into the MonaLisa treatment utilised at our clinic in Perth, as a procedure designed to restore a woman’s femininity.

Treating vaginal atrophy with MonaLisa Touch

MonaLisa Touch is a non-surgical laser treatment which takes as little as 10 minutes to perform. The procedure alters collagen production beneath the skin by promoting the proliferation of cells. The laser treatment also restores strength and blood supply to the area which helps with sensation. The procedure involves the V2LR (Vulvo-Vaginal Laser Reshaping) laser which is inserted through the vaginal opening. Microscopic beams of laser light are then applied to the walls of the vagina, treating the tissue and mucosa. Over the ensuing thirty days new tissue and collagen will begin to generate which creates a tighter, stronger structure. The mucosa will also begin to rehydrate, restoring volume and elasticity to the walls.*

Most patients find this treatment reduces a majority of the symptoms of vaginal atrophy with little to no discomfort.


Dr Christine approaches her consultations with care and professionalism with a resultant natural and beautiful outcome. She is professional, friendly, caring and always strives to help you achieve your body desires.

To find out if you are a suitable candidate for MonaLisa Touch please book an appointment with Dr Anh Nguyen. She is a caring female surgeon who has years of experience in surgical and non-surgical female improvement.

Book an obligation-free consultation please contact our team online or call us on 1300 8DRANH.

FAQS – MonaLisa Touch Perth

While it most commonly occurs in women going through menopause, women of any age after sexual maturity can experience vaginal atrophy. It can also be caused by prolonged use of the pill, traumatic birth, breast-feeding, scarring and severe damage or trauma.

MonaLisa Touch utilises fractional laser technology including DOT Therapy which has been used for anti-ageing purposes for years on delicate areas of the body. This technology can also be tailored to your unique skin type which means that you’ll be receiving the best treatment for you.

MonaLisa Touch also has many other benefits:

It’s suitable for most patients
It is an effective non-surgical option for vaginal atrophy
The treatment only takes around 10 minutes
It is a suitable replacement for HRT (hormone replacement therapy) in some cases

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For more information on MonaLisa Touch, please contact our friendly team today. If you are ready for a consultation about your desired treatment or procedure please call Dr Anh today on (08) 9322 2659

*S.Salvatore , R. E.Nappi, M.Parma , R.Chionna , F.Lagona , N.Zerbinati † , S.Ferrero ‡ , M.Origoni , M.Candiani and Leone Roberti Maggiore, U. A 12-week treatment with fractional CO2 laser for vulvovaginal atrophy: a pilot study.  CLIMACTERIC, 2014;17:1–7

Zerbinati, N. Serati M. Origoni M. Candiani, M. Iannitti, T. Salvatore, S. Marotta, F. Calligaro, A. Microscopic and ultrastructural modifications of postmenopausal atrophic vaginal mucosa after fractional carbon dioxide laser treatment. Lasers Med Sci, 20 November, 2014. DOI: 10.1007/s10103-014-1677-2

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