Who is a Candidate for Lotus Gynolaser Treatment?
The Lotus Gynolaser is best suited for those struggling with vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, and painful sexual intercourse related to peri and postmenopausal changes from decreased estrogen levels. Women undergoing hormonal treatment for breast cancer are great candidates as well. The Lotus Gynolaser is ideal for those looking for a less invasive procedure compared to traditional surgical or pharmaceutical treatments.
Are There Any Risks?
The risks with the Lotus Gynolaser are minimal. The treatment is performed in-office, with no anesthesia. Mild discomfort, slight redness, swelling, or itching can be temporary side effects, but they should disappear within one or two days.
How Much Does a Lotus Gynolaser Treatment Cost?
Lotus Gynolaser treatments are not covered by either Medicare or health insurance. Care Credit financing is available. Pricing will depend on the number of sessions recommended in your treatment plan; your treatment plan will cater to your clinical needs and be presented to you during the consultation.
- It is advised that patients adhere to their suggested treatment plan, even if they are satisfied with the results after the first treatment
- Repeated treatment at specified intervals allows longer-lasting improvement
A standard Lotus Gynolaser treatment plan consists of an initial consultation, three treatment sessions over 18 weeks, and a yearly maintenance treatment.