Our office will reopen tomorrow, 2/22/2021. However, due to the recent winter storms, our office has suffered major water damage throughout the building. Our telephone services are still down so please be patient with us during this time.
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Dr. Fong will be periodically checking the patient portal for urgent questions or concerns. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Treatment Aimed at Postmenopausal Women and Cancer Survivors Improves Quality of Life
Dr. David Fong is offering a leading-edge treatment to resolve vaginal health issues often caused by menopause. The MonaLisa Touch®, the most recent innovation from Cynosure®, a worldwide leader in the surgical, medical and aesthetic pulsed-light and laser marketplace, is an in-office procedure that is virtually painless and requires no anesthesia. These doctors are the among the first in North Texas to offer the special fractional CO2 laser specifically designed to help postmenopausal women, breast cancer and other cancer survivors whose vaginal health deteriorated due to cancer treatment.
In 2010, there were more than 46 million women between the ages of 50 and 80, the typical age when women are past menopause. In addition, there are approximately 250,000 breast cancer diagnoses per year – with a survival rate of nearly 90 percent at five years. That adds up to a large portion of the population likely suffering in silence from a wide array of vaginal health concerns ranging from severe discomfort to painful intercourse, impacting quality of life for females.
While some promising treatments have come to market in recent years, many fail to deliver adequate relief, and most are accompanied by severe side effects.
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MonaLisa Touch Performed in Office
The MonaLisa Touch performed in an office environment without the need for anesthesia and without pain or side effects. It delivers CO2 laser energy to the vaginal wall to promote vaginal mucosal revitalization and a return of vaginal health. Patients undergo three treatments spaced six weeks apart, and each treatment time is less than five minutes.
46 million women are likely suffering from changes to their vaginal health.
Watch our video to learn more.