Are laser vaginal tightening treatments safe?

Vaginal laxity is a problem that many women feel embarrassed talking about, even with their doctor. The loss of tightness can lead to reduced sexual pleasure, and may also cause urinary incontinence. The practice of using laser therapy to treat vaginal laxity is becoming very popular. But are laser vaginal tightening treatments safe?

Vaginal laxity
Vaginal laxity is usually more acute at the vaginal opening. The loss of tightness is often the result of childbirth that causes the overstretching of the tissues, but it may also be due to the decline in estrogen levels due to menopause.

There are now a number of laser technologies that have been FDA cleared for tightening the vaginal area.However, FemiLift by Alma Lasers is among the most effective options.

FemiLift is a minimally invasive laser solution for vaginal laxity. It is a quick, 15 minute outpatient procedure that is virtually painless, and requires no downtime.

How it works
A tiny laser probe is used to deliver the fractional radio frequency (RF) energy into the vaginal tissues. The probe is inserted about 5-6 centimeters into the vaginal canal. Improvements are usually apparent after the recommended series of 3 treatments.

Is laser vaginal tightening safe
Laser skin tightening using the FemiLift CO2 laser, is considered a safe solution to the problem of vaginal laxity. It works by applying fractional RF energy to the vaginal tissue. The thermal heat generated rejuvenates the mucosa in the vaginal wall, as it stimulates collagen production, resulting in the tightening of the vaginal wall.

FemiLift uses a very safe single-use hygienic probe that was specifically designed to fit various vaginal sizes.

FemiLift vaginal tightening treatment is available at The Renewal Center, located in Mukilteo, WA. Call us today at 425-921-9489 to schedule a consultation, and learn more about the procedure.

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