Advanced Menstrual Care Center Introduces the MonaLisa Laser for Menopause, Vaginal & Sexual Health

MonaLisa Touch Laser Now At Advanced Menstrual Care Center

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Advanced Menstrual Care Center introduces the MonaLisa Touch Laser System to Baltimore, Towson, Pikesville, Parkville, Belair and Fallston. Dr. Steven W. Tucker uses the MonaLisa Touch Laser for office treatment of menopause atrophy, painful sex and other disorders of the vagina and vulva. 

Dr. Steven W. Tucker has used lasers for the successful treatment of women's health problems since the 1980s.  He is excited by the advancements made with the MonaLisa Touch Laser System in improving the health of women who endure the pain and loss of sexual intimacy due to menopause atrophy of the vagina and vulva, painful sex and other disorders of the vagina and vulva.

The MonaLisa Touch is the ideal system for treating menopause, painful sex and vaginal discomfort because it can be provided in the office with an immediate return to normal activities with no need for the risks of hormones or chemicals and no need for anesthesia.

Under the experienced direction of Steven W. Tucker, MD, ACGE, FACOG, the caring medical team at Advanced Menstrual Care Center in Baltimore, Maryland, believes women’s health care is about empowering each patient. Dr. Tucker and his staff specialize in diagnosing common women's health problems and providing state-of-the-art treatment methods in a comfortable office setting. The team supports women in their effort to live their best lives, both personally and professionally, so they’re no longer controlled by atrophy of menopause, abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, painful sex, or other gynecologic problems.

At Advanced Menstrual Care Center, patients are at the center of health care in an empathetic and compassionate environment. Dr. Tucker and his team invite women to actively participate in their own health care and decisions about treatment.  To enable and empower women, every woman is educated so she can determine her care with her goals and desires in mind.

The medical team understands the discomfort, embarrassment, and lack of confidence that often accompanies life ruled by menopausal and menstrual problems. They support women in their quest to find relief in a friendly atmosphere in which each patient receives the medical care she deserves.

Dr. Steven W. Tucker, M.D., ACGE, FACOG is Medical Director of Advanced Menstrual Care Center (AMCC). Steven W. Tucker, M.D., ACGE, FACOG Dr. Steven W. Tucker, ACGE, FACOG is Medical Director of Advanced Menstrual Care Center. He is a board-certified GYN physican, who have provided high-quality care in the Baltimore Metropolitan area for over 30 years. He is a specialist in minimally invasive surgery. He provides comprehensive GYN women's care and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of menstrual bleeding disorders, including heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB), abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB), postmenopausal bleeding (PMB), fibroids, polyps, endometriosis, pelvic pain and painful sex. He has helped focus the services of Advanced Menstrual Care Center by developing a skilled staff with extensive training to provide patients care for menstrual bleeding disorders that is safe, rapid, convenient, cost-effective and office based. This combination of personnel, experience, skills, training, and equipment is unique. Office procedures include diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy, ultrasonography, and endometrial ablation focused on safety.

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