Vaginal Rejuvenation

At PSS we work hard to bring you new technologies that can make your life richer, more satisfying, happier. Whether it is feeling better about the healthy glow of your skin, or the more svelte shape of your tummy, we love to help you achieve those results with our knowledge and technologies.

How Common is Vaginal Laxity?

Do you experience a decrease in sensation or pain during intimacy?
Do you feel airflow in your vagina?
Do you have less satisfaction with your partner during intimacy?

Vaginal laxity is one of the most common OB/GYN complaints. It is extremely common post-vaginal delivery.

How Common is Vaginal Dryness?

Loss of lubrication accompanies loss of thickness and elasticity of the vaginal tissues and further adds to symptoms of pain during intimacy.

Stimulating collagen brings elasticity back to the tissue, reducing dryness and discomfort and there is almost uniform report of markedly enhanced sexual satisfaction.

How Common is Incontinence?

Studies show that at least half of older women may have some form of incontinence. Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is an embarrassing problem for millions of women. It affects your social life, your athletic pursuits, even your ability to travel.

The main symptom is urinating unexpectedly, but there are different types of incontinence. If you leak a bit when you laugh, cough, sneeze, jog, or lift something heavy, you may have stress incontinence. This is the most common bladder control problem in younger women.

Stress incontinence happens when the muscles and tissues around the opening of the bladder get weak. When there’s more pressure against the bladder and this opening doesn’t stay closed, leakage happens. Pressure from coughing or laughing may be all it takes for you to leak. There are a few reasons why these muscles can lose strength: They may be stretched by weight gain, a sports injury, or pregnancies and vaginal childbirths.

Options for Fixing Vaginal Laxity and Incontinence

There are alternatives to nonsurgical procedures. A surgical fix carries all the risks of surgery; pain, recovery, downtime and expense. Kegel exercises can help strengthen muscles in the pelvic floor, but cannot affect the skin and tissue around the vagina.

Call us to learn more about this treatment designed to give you ultimate, intimate satisfaction.