WHAT IS CO2RE® Intima?
The CO2RE system is a simple, efficient, energy-based solution that can treat many gynecological skin concerns without any hormones.
What CO2RE Intima Laser Does
Here’s how the CO2RE Intima laser treatment can help.
- Your physician will use the CO2RE system to deliver laser energy to a targeted area of the skin, including along the vaginal wall.
- This delivery of energy stimulates a healing response and results in remodeling of the soft tissue fibers.
- New fiber and collagen form to revitalize the skin.
2 good reasons to consider CO2RE treatments:
1. Walk-in, walk-out treatment:
It can take as little as 10 minutes and can be performed in your physician’s office during your regular visits.
2. Non-surgical procedure:
There’s little pain and discomfort with this hormone-free, incisionless solution.
Ask a medical professional about your treatment options.
Here’s a glossary of terms that may help you have a productive conversation.
|Condyloma acuminatum||Warts in the gyencological space.|
|lntroitus||Opening to the vaginal canal.|
|Leukoplakia||Formation of white patches on the mucous membrane, like the vulva.|
|Neoplasia||Type of abnormal and excessive growth of tissue.|
|Vagina||Elastic, muscular canal with a soft, flexible lining that provides lubrication and sensation.|
|Vulva||External parts of the female genitalia.|
|Vulvar dystrophy||Abnormal growth around the vulva.|
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*CO2RE System is cleared under FDA. FDA clearance number K181523.
The CO2RE system is indicated for use in surgical applications requiring the ablation, vaporization, excision, incision, and coagulation of soft tissue in medical specialties including: aesthetic surgery (dermatology and plastic surgery), podiatry, gynecology, neurosurgery, orthopedics (soft tissue), arthroscopy (knee).
Laser incision, excision, ablation and/or vaporization and of soft tissue in gynecology (GYN) for the treatment of: conization of the cervix, including cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN); vulvar and vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN, VAIN); Condyloma acuminate, including cervical, genital, vulvar, perineal, and Bowenoid papulosa (BP) lesions; Leukoplakia (vulvar dystrophies); Herpes vaporization; Urethral caruncle vaporization; Cervical dysplasia; Benign and malignant tumor and hemangiomas.