What is it about?

Non-ablative ErYAG vaginal laser users from all around the world responded to a survey about the safety of this novel therapy presenting all the adverse effects they observed in the period of thier use, which covered up to eight years of use and thousands of patients treated.

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Why is it important?

Use of lasers for vaginal treatments is relatively new approach, for which a majority of professional associations is claiming that safety is not yet well established. This survey covering 43 countries and giving the feedback of more than 113.000 patients for the 8 years of use showed that non-ablative ErYAG laser vaginal therapies are extremely safe.


I believe this survey - the biggest about the safety of the use of vaginal lasers so far - will help the general acceptance of this new, exciting technology.

Zdenko Vizintin

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This page is a summary of: Safety of vaginal erbium laser: A review of 113,000 patients treated in the past 8 years, Climacteric, October 2020, Taylor & Francis,
DOI: 10.1080/13697137.2020.1813098.
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