Fotona is recognized as a world leader in medical laser technologies, working closely with top universities and research centers around the globe. With over 50 years of experience in laser technology, Fotona’s surgical lasers systems are leading the industry forward with new levels of excellence and unrivaled performance.
Fotona was the first manufacturer to introduce the Er:YAG wavelength in gynecology to improve upon the performance of CO2 lasers and enable more effective treatments. Fotona’s Er:YAG lasers, such as the FotonaSmooth XS, feature adjustable cold-to-hot ablation regimes to enable a greater degree of precision as well as controlled bleeding and coagulation effects.
Fotona’s multi-application FotonaSmooth SP lasers also includes the homogeneously absorbed Nd:YAG laser wavelength, which penetrates deeper into tissues to create a tightening effect. Combining both wavelengths has proven to be very successful in providing less invasive and more effective clinical and aesthetic gynecology treatments.
Abstracts of published scientific studies examining the effectiveness and safety of Fotona SMOOTH® laser therapy in gynecology can be found in the following Compendium of Clinical Studies.
Wide Range of Gynecology Treatments
Fotona lasers provide exceptional versatility – from gentle ablative to non-ablative thermal treatments. Safe, tested and proven solutions are available for a wide range of gynecological applications, from the simple removal of lesions, to bloodless high-precision cutting.
Procedures such as laser removal of HPV lesions from the cervix, condyloma treatments, balanitis treatments and various other laser surgeries can be successfully performed with Fotona lasers.
Fotona’s latest innovative solutions in laser technology have also led to the development of entirely new, minimally invasive gynecology treatments for incontinence IncontiLase, vaginal relaxation syndrome IntimaLase and genitourinary syndrome of menopause – RenovaLase.
The Benefits of Fotona Lasers in Gynecology Include:
- Minimally invasive treatments
- Controlled coagulation
- Greater patient comfort, less downtime and quicker healing
- A haemostatic effect with simultaneous disinfection
- Many treatments do not require anesthesia
- High-precision, tissue-selective treatments
- Easy access to difficult-to-reach areas
- Less downtime and quicker healing