The advantage of the MILTA- GYNECO for genital restoration lies in the mechanism of PhotoBioModulation, which has been described for over 20 years and is now recognized by the MeSH (the vocabulary thesaurus of the National Library of Medicine).


PhotoBioModulation encompasses the biological non-thermal and non-cytotoxic effects caused by tissues being exposed to light sources in the visible and near infrared. The main biological effects are tissue repair and reducing inflammation, infection and pain.

Tissue regeneration through PhotoBiomodulation

What are the effects of PhotoBioModulation on skin and mucous membranes?


This physiological stimulation has multiple effects on inflammation, cicatrisation and pain.


These effects are demonstrated in different animal studies and human trials which have above all stressed the following aspects:


• a reduced production of pro inflammatory cytokines


• a reduced production of algogenic factors


• an increased production of procollagen and collagen as well as the reduction of its degradation resulting from the enhanced trophicity of the fibroblasts


• an increased microcirculation


• an inhibition of apoptosis


• an increased throphicity of subcutanneous and submucosal muscle tissue


All in all it may be admitted that treatments with LED or soft laser can activate the repair and healing mechanisms without causing any thermal damage.

Furthermore the major studies have highlighte the diminishing effect on inflammations caused b agressions from thermal therapy (Lasers, Radio frequency, Ultrasound).

The significant reduction of erythema and the improvement of the criterea for the treatment's efficiency have objectified these effects.


Finally, it is important to note that treatments based on PhotoBioModulation are completely risk-free. This has been stated by all authors.

Of course, no mutagenic or carcinogenic effects are attributable to PhotoBioModulation.