Experience Vaginal Rejuvenation

The MonaLisa Touch is one of the most exciting advancements in sexual health in decades. Dr. Gittens is one of the most experienced providers of the  MonaLisa Touch Laser. He has was the first in the world to perform animal research providing data on safety and has contributed to the literature by performing a clinical study for menopausal women and women with breast cancer.

With a few quick and painless treatments, countless women have found revitalized lubrication, better comfort with everyday activities, reintensified sexual stimulation, and a desire for, and openness to sexual intimacy that they assumed was gone forever*.

As a urologist and clinical associate professor in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Gittens is specially trained in sexual medicine and has safely and effectively treated many women with the MonaLisa Touch.

*Results May Vary

Some of our patients’ experiences with MonaLisa Touch:

Why our center?

Dr. Gittens founded Centers for Sexual Medicine in Philadelphia and New York to provide patients with the highest quality of care and a place to discretely address their sexual medical concerns. The centers focus on complete vaginal and sexual health, unlike other practices, that focus only on the procedure. Vaginal dryness, for instance, can be associated with many other conditions such as hormone deficiency, pain with intercourse, and low sexual desire or lack of orgasms.

Dr. Gittens himself spends a significant amount of time with each of his patients in order to make an accurate diagnosis and decide the best treatment plan for the best results. This is unlike other centers where you may not see the physician for the evaluation or the treatments. If needed, we also provide help with problems with decreased desire, orgasm, and bio-identical hormone replacement.

How Mona Lisa Touch it Works

The MonaLisa Touch is a fractional CO2 laser that gently stimulates the production of the vaginal wall tissue improving functionality. The MonaLisa Touch treatment takes just 45 seconds, requires no medications and is painless*. It is a minimally invasive treatment that is performed in the office and requires no anesthesia.

For maximum benefit it is performed in three treatments, each approximately four to six weeks apart. This proven technology restores the tone to the vagina, increases blood flow and lubrication. It promotes vaginal lining revitalization and the return of vaginal health.

*Individual results and experiences may vary

The video below illustrates how the MonaLisa Touch works:

The treatment is designed to stimulate and promote the regeneration of collagen fibers and the restoration of hydration and elasticity within the vaginal lining. The new collagen results in increasing moisture, elasticity and improving lubrication*. It also returns the pH of the vagina back to the levels of before the reduction of estrogen with the potential effect of decreasing urinary tract infections*.

Dr. Gittens adjusts the settings of the MonaLisa Touch for each woman depending on their needs.

*Results may vary

What is Vaginal Atrophy?

Vaginal atrophy refers to the thinning, drying and inflammation of the vagina experienced by many women due to a reduction in estrogen. It is common in women who have experienced menopause, women that are on medication for breast cancer treatment, and women that have had a hysterectomy. It can also be seen in women that have had pelvic radiation and brain radiation.

What are the Symptoms of Vaginal Atrophy?

  • Pain during intercourse / dyspareunia
  • Vaginal itching and burning
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Changing of the pH of the vagina
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Loss of vaginal folds
  • Loss of vaginal laxity

What can Cause Vaginal Atrophy?

  • Menopause
  • Women that have had their ovaries removed
  • Women being treated for breast cancer with (i.e. Tamoxifen, Arimidex)
  • Radiation to the pelvis
  • Women that have undergone chemotherapy
  • Treatment induced menopause

Who Else May Benefit from the MonaLisa Touch?

  • Women with poor lubrication
  • Women with known or suspected history of cancer of the breast
  • Women that are not interested in using estrogen therapy
  • Women that have a history of blood clots or pulmonary embolism
  • Women with a history of estrogen dependent cancer
  • Hypersensitivity to estrogen treatment ingredients

Dr. Gittens is a clinical associate professor in urology and Ob-Gyn with a special focus on sexual health. He takes the time to ensure all of his patients have safe and effective MonaLisa Touch treatments.

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