45 STILES ROAD, SUITE 103
SALEM, NH 03079
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 9-5
SATURDAY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
The Juliet is one of the world’s premier resurfacing lasers for treating sun-damaged and aging skin. It can help improve fine lines, wrinkles, scars, and overall skin quality. The unique system treats only a portion of the skin while leaving the surrounding areas intact, resulting in faster healing and less downtime than other devices. The Juliet handpiece delivers energy in a small grid to the treatment area, treating both the top and deeper layers of the skin, while stimulating your body’s natural creation of new collagen.
Most patients will see significant improvement after one treatment, however a consultation will be necessary to evaluate the patient’s skin to determine how many treatments will be necessary to achieve desired results. Following your treatment your skin will look and feel like its mildly sunburned but you will be able to return to your normal activities. However, you may wish to skip social events for the first few days after your treatment.
Suite 103 is excited to offer the Juliet laser treatment for vaginal health. The Juliet laser is a minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure that delivers gentle laser energy to the vaginal wall to stimulate new collagen, remodeling tissue and restoring flexibility and shape. Over time, your vaginal tissues can stretch and lose tone and elasticity, as a result of natural childbirth or aging. The loss or change in vaginal tissue can also cause leakage of urine when sneezing, coughing, laughing or exercising. The beneficial effects of the laser are noticeable as soon as the first treatment, and improvement continues several months after the treatments are completed. The Juliet procedure improves lubrication, itching and pain caused by reduced estrogen and can enhance the appearance and femininity of the vaginal and external vulvar area restoring your confidence and improving your intimate life.
The treatment is quick, is not painful and generally doesn’t require anesthesia; however, a mild topical anesthetic may be applied. Three treatments at 4-week intervals are recommended. A once-a-year single follow-up treatment will maintain the benefits of the procedure.