Join Fotona Online at VELA 2020

Dear Fotona Partner,

This year the VAGINAL ERBIUM LASER™ ACADEMYcomes to you, in the form of an online webinar featuring a series of 10-minute gynecology lectures followed by 5-min discussions.

All registered attendees will receive a link to the webinar recording for future viewing in the event they are not able to watch it live.

The annual VELA meetings are designed to educate, inform and advance scientific research in the field of laser gynecology. Presentations are from highly respected international experts in the field of laser gynecology and urogynecology.

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About the Vaginal Erbium Laser™ Academy

The Vaginal Erbium Laser™ Academy is an independent scientific organization devoted to women’s health and quality of life by developing and implementing innovative Erbium Laser applications based on the Fotona SMOOTH® technology for functional vaginal restoration, including treatments such as SUI, GSM, vaginal laxity, prolapse treatment, as well as aesthetic gynecology procedures.

For further information please visit the VELA website, where you will also find out how to become a VELA member and be a part of the largest study database for laser gynecology in the world!


This year’s VELA expert lecturers will include:

Scientific Secretariat:

  • Dr. Mauro Cervigni
  • Dr. Marco Gambacciani
VELA 2020 Online Program
Memories of VELA 2019

We look forward to seeing you this year at VELA 2020 online. Until then, here’s a quick look back at last year’s wonderful VELA meeting in Florence!

The Fotona Team



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