Am I a Good Candidate for FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Until recently, restoring the youthful state of the vagina could only be done by undergoing a surgical procedure, but laser vaginal rejuvenation is now possible. FemiLift is one of the most advanced options available. Many women who previously did not want to have surgery to deal with vaginal issues are now wondering, – Am I a good candidate for FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation.

FemiLift by Alma Lasers for vaginal rejuvenation
FemiLift is an advanced laser procedure that is designed to improve vaginal laxity and other feminine health concerns. The system uses a fractional carbon dioxide (CO2) laser to selectively target the treatment areas.

The laser probe is inserted into the vagina and treats the entire circumference, targeting the inner layers.  FemiLift is a safe, minimally invasive procedure that is virtually painless. There is no downtime, so patients can resume normal daily activities right away.

Are you a good candidate for FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation?

You may be a good candidate for FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation if:

  • You are experiencing vaginal laxity, which is often due to childbirth and aging. FemiLift stimulates collagen, which has the effect of tightening the vaginal tissues.
  • You suffer from mild urinary incontinence. FemiLift can strengthen the ligaments surrounding the pelvic floor to relieve urinary urgency and frequency. However, women with severe urinary incontinence usually require surgery.
  • You are a post-menopausal women experiencing vaginal dryness or pain with intercourse. FemiLift can increase collagen production and improve lubrication, which will help to enhance sexual intercourse.

Ideal candidates for FemiLift should also be in good health, and have realistic expectations about the outcome. FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation is safe for most women. However, it’s important to consult with a skilled and experienced surgeon or gynecologist that is knowledgeable about the use of lasers for vaginal rejuvenation.

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