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About Intimalase

What is Intimalase?

Childbirth and natural aging can lead to overstretching of the vaginal canal. This leads to the vaginal relaxation syndrome, thus to the loss of the optimal structural form of vagina.

It is patent-pending, unique, non invasive laser therapy for the treatment of tightening of the vaginal canal, based on incisionless non-ablative photothermal stimulation of collagen remodeling and the synthesis of new collagen fiber in the vaginal mucosa tissue and collagen -rich endopelvic fascia.


Due to overstretching of ht vaginal canal during childbirth, women endure the problem of vaginal relaxation. This contributes to unpleasant appearance of the vagina, sexual dissatisfaction due to the loss of sensitivity and even to low self esteem.


The main benefit that women get from Intimalase is that the procedure is incisionless and virtually painless, with no cutting, bleeding or ablation.  Recovery is very quick without the use of analgesic and antibiotics. It is simply a walk-in and walk-out procedure.

How does it work?


Intimalase is an effective, safe and simple treatment option to give you relief from the problem of the vaginal relaxation.


This laser therapy heats the vaginal tissue in a different and unique way to stimulate the collagen. Collagen is a fibrous tissue which supports the organs. Collagen stimulation leads to more tissue formation. Hence, there is proper rearrangement of the tissues, which gives a tighter and younger feel to the vagina.


The laser used in Intimalase treatments is 2940 nm Er.Yag with built in proprietary technology solutions that enable delivery of specially composed laser energy packages to the vaginal mucosa tissue and to collagen rich endopelvic fascia.


A recent survey conducted on the efficacy and safety of Intimalase, a non-surgical laser therapy, reports that 95% of women and 85% of their partners experienced moderate to strong improvement in vaginal tightness. 95% of patients reported greater sexual experience also. 97% of patient satisfaction has also been reported.

Who is the best candidate?

Women after pregnancy, who suffer from the loss of sensitivity during sexual intercourse as a result of reduced friction, can go for the laser therapy of Intimalase. Whereas, those who want to spice up their sensual life, which is losing its charm due to aging can also opt for Intimalase. Only one session of therapy is needed for Intimalase and it is long lasting as well. On some rare occasions you might have to for the second session. No pre-operation precautions are required. However, it is advised not to have an intercourse for a week after the procedure. Also, some post treatment care will be instructed for the proper completion of the treatment.

Side effects:

There is hardly any side effect from the treatment of Intimalase. Actually, a positive side effect is that Intimalase leads to a better bladder control. Thus it is also positively useful in better urinary control.

What is the Cost?

It costs about half the cost of surgery. However, it may vary to $1500 (AUD) to $2500 (AUD) .

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