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MonaLisa Touch™ Treatment to Restore Gynecologic Health

Everyone knows that menopause can bring about highly visible symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats. However, the gynecologic symptoms associated with menopause including vaginal itching, burning, painful intercourse, and dryness profoundly impact women’s daily lives and intimate relationships. Urogynecology Consultants are now offering The MonaLisa Touch, an advanced laser technology, to provide fast relief for the uncomfortable symptoms caused by hormonal changes.

If you entered menopause naturally or are experiencing forced menopause because of cancer treatments, talk to Dr. Wesley Hilger, Dr. Sesh Kasturi, and Dr. Kristen Buono about how the MonaLisa Touch can help provide relief for the following symptoms:

  • Vaginal atrophy
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal itching
  • Burning sensations
  • Painful urination
  • Pain during intercourse

Feel Like Yourself Again with Minimally Invasive Laser Treatments

The MonaLisa Touch uses a C02 fractional laser to relieve your symptoms, a technology similar to that of aesthetic lasers, but this is designed to stimulate new collagen production in the vaginal walls. As the existing cells are revitalized, blood flow and lubrication are improved to restore natural gynecologic functions.

What to Expect During MonaLisa Touch Treatments

Dr. Wesley Hilger, Dr. Sesh Kasturi, and Dr. Kristen Buono perform the MonaLisa Touch laser vaginal revitalization an outpatient procedure in their office. The laser application itself lasts less than five minutes! Three or four appointments spaced about one month apart are recommended to achieve the best results, but many patients will begin to notice improvement immediately following the first session. Although the MonaLisa Touch treatments are not painful,  an anesthetic cream is often applied to reduce any discomfort experienced during the procedure. Patients should avoid sexual activity for a few days following the procedure, but can otherwise resume their normal routines without experiencing any downtime.


You don’t have to suffer in silence while dealing with these uncomfortable symptoms. Call Urogynecology Consultants today at either (916) 779-1160 (Sacramento) or (916) 772-5533 (Roseville) with your questions or to schedule a consultation. Our patients come to us from Sacramento, Roseville, Elk Grove, El Dorado Hills, Folsom, Fairfield, Davis, Modesto, South Lake Tahoe, Reno, Redding, Chico, and other nearby areas.

Patient Reviews

  • It's been 1½ years since Dr. Hilger "fixed" me and improved my life forever. I think of you often with deep gratitude! ~ Carole

  • Dr. Kasturi, Thank you for all your care and all you have done for me. You are all the best. ~MC

  • Dr. Hilger, I wanted to thank-you again for the great care, concern and surgical repair that you gave me. Life feels so much better having the prolapse repair done. ~ Terri

  • Thank you so very much for all of the excellent care you've given to me Dr. Kasturi. You are so patient and compassionate and have helped me through my surgery and beyond. ~ MS

  • Thank you so much Dr. Hilger for all you've done to make my life better. So grateful. ~ Susan

  • Thank you Dr. Hilger for making the time to call me on the phone, yesterday. I think that it is rare that there are doctor to patient phone calls anymore. They are going the way of the old fashion doctor house call. You answered a lot of my questions. So, I am especially grateful. ~ Lorna

  • Thank you so very much for the excellent care and services. You always made me feel comfortable. When our health is compromised, it is scary, but to receive the care I did, made me feel so much better! ~ BR

Meet the Team

  • Wesley S. Hilger
  • Sesh Kasturi
  • Kristen Buono

Meet our compassionate team of highly credentialed urogynecology specialists.

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