St Clare Medical Building on St Mary Medical Center Campus Langhorne PA  215-750-7771




Langhorne PA


Multiple life changes could cause a need to look for treatments such as reshaping the labia, labiaplasty or the MonaLisa Touch for vaginal health. Two major events in a woman’s life that can lead to a decline in vaginal and pelvic health are vaginal childbirth and the effects of menopause or aging.  Cancer survivors could also benefit from the Mona Lisa Touch in some cases.

Labiaplasty and MonaLisa Touch are both office based procedures for patients in the Langhorne PA area.


Labiaplasty is performed in the office with topical and or local injected anesthetic. Labiaplasty is a procedure for altering the labia minora (inner labia) and the labia majora (outer labia), the folds of skin surrounding the vulva.  The size, color, and shape of labia vary significantly, and may change as a result of childbirth, aging and other events.  Conditions addressed by labiaplasty can include tearing and stretching of the labia minora caused by childbirth, accident and age.


MonaLisa Touch is a medical laser that is used to revitalize the cells in the vagina.


Symptoms for Women in the Langhorne PA that can be treated with the MonaLisa Touch:

Dryness causing burning sensations and irritation in the genital area

Poor vaginal lubrication during sex, discomfort or pain with intercourse, leading to impaired sexual function.



Women can be comfortable talking about cosmetic vaginal issues in our office or decreased vaginal health. Our physicians and staff are here to listen and help women openly discuss their concerns and the available options for treatment.



MonaLisa Touch® is a functional vaginal rejuvenation treatment based on a special fractional CO2laser, specifically created for the vaginal mucosa.

MonaLisa Touch® prevents and resolves estrogen drops in the vaginal tissue (typically occurring during menopause or after childbirth) by re-activating the production of new collagen and reestablishing the conditions that the vaginal mucosa once had.

MonaLisa Touch® is now the most effective non-surgical and non-pharmacological solution for preventing and treating vaginal atrophy and its after-effects, which many women suffer from during menopause and after childbirth.


How It Works:

The CO2 laser gently acts on the vaginal walls through a special scanner, creating indistinguishable micro-lesions that are required for triggering a neocollagenesis process (production of new collagen) and reorganizing and re-equilibrating the components of the vaginal mucosa.

The laser’s action therefore safely and painlessly reactivates and reestablishes the proper function of the relative urogenital structures while also improving the symptoms associated with urinary dysfunction (mild incontinence due to stress).

A tissue regeneration process lasting numerous weeks is triggered, but stimulation occurs immediately and significant improvements can be seen even after the first treatment.




Complete tissue regeneration starting from the first treatment. The mucosa tissue thus becomes more nourished and hydrated and the epithelium becomes thicker, more toned (vaginal tightening) and elastic. It also reestablishes the correct vaginal pH, which helps maintain its natural protective barrier and reduces the risk of infection.

One simple treatment lasting only a few minutes, without pain, side effects or recovery time, can give the tissue the tone and elasticity it once had, with positive effects on one’s quality of life and personal relationships. Three treatments are required over a 12 week period with an annual maintenance followup.


We are just minutes from the Langhorne PA area; located at the St Mary's Campus. Contact us today to learn more about this procedure.



1203 Langhorne-Newtown Rd

St. Clare Medical Building, Suite #225

Langhorne, PA 19047

Call Us: 215-750-7771

Fax: 215-750-6935


Monday: 9:00am to 8:00pm

Tuesday: 7:30am to 4:00pm

Wednesday: 7:00am to 7:30pm

Thursday: 8:00am to 7:00pm

Friday: 9:00am to 4:00pm


Practice Policies



Phones available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm.


All other calls will be taken by our live operator answering service.

For medical emergency, call 911 immediately.