Fractional resurfacing is a new modality for laser treatment that creates numerous microscopic thermal injury zones with controlled width, depth, and  density that are surrounded by a reservoir of spared epidermal and dermal tissue, allowing for rapid repair of  laser induced thermal injury.

CO2 laser delivers energy approximately 0.5mm deep into the vaginal skin and creates tiny, white, ablated dots of damaged tissue on the mucosal tissue inside the vaginal canal. As with other fractional laser techniques used in aesthetics, the principle is that this stimulates the healing response in the non-ablated (non-damaged) tissue surrounding each micro-dot, and thus new collagen formation results and the thickness of the vaginal lining is improved.

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