Introducing MonaLisa Touch®, a Novel Laser for Gynecologic Health

February 10, 2022

We are excited to introduce MonaLisa Touch®, a non-hormonal option that addresses common gynecologic health concerns. We understand that while you still maintain your youthful energy and enthusiasm, changes to your gynecologic health may be affecting your quality of life in ways you hadn’t expected.

MonaLisa Touch uses fractional laser technology to ablate small micro-columns of tissue. This leaves an ecosystem of healthy unaffected tissue to support rapid healing.

•           Thousands of women have chosen MonaLisa Touch since 2012

•           Fast: <5 minute in-office procedure

•           Non-hormonal

•           Virtually no downtime

MonaLisa Touch Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect with the procedure?

This is a well-tolerated in-office procedure that typically does not require anesthesia and only lasts about 5 minutes.

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What can I expect after the procedure?

Patients can return to normal activities but should refrain from sexual activity for 2-3 days. Your doctor will determine a post-procedure regimen that is right for you.

How much will the procedure cost?

Patients should contact Bradley Gynecology at 701-877-2022 for additional information.

Will the procedure be covered by insurance?

No procedural codes have been established, this is a cash pay procedure paid directly to your provider.

How does it work?

MonaLisa Touch uses fractional laser technology to ablate small micro-columns of tissue. This leaves an ecosystem of healthy unaffected tissue to support rapid healing.

Where can I have this done?

Laser sessions are conveniently performed right here in our office during a routine outpatient appointment.

How long will it last?

Everyone is unique and our skin ages pre and post-procedure. You and your physician should discuss your needs and expectations.

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