Are Vaginal Rejuvenation Results Permanent?

As more women seek to alleviate vaginal issues and improve overall well-being, vaginal rejuvenation is quickly becoming one of the most in-demand procedures. This surge in demand is linked to the increasing number of non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation treatments now on the market that require little or no downtime. But are vaginal rejuvenation results permanent.

Vaginal rejuvenation
Vaginal rejuvenation refers to procedures that are done to correct changes to the vagina that take place over time, due to factors such as aging, childbirth, and hormonal imbalance.In addition to traditional surgical vaginal rejuvenation, there are now several non-surgical technologies that use laser and radiofrequency (RF) energy to rejuvenate the vagina.

FemiLift is a revolutionary new FDA-cleared procedure that uses fractional CO2 energy to tighten the vagina. FemiLift restores tone and elasticity to the vaginal wall, and relieves related issues such as urinary incontinence, pain with intercourse, and vaginal dryness. Treatment takes 15-20 minutes, and 3 sessions are recommended for optimal results.

Are vaginal rejuvenation results permanent?
The results gained with vaginal rejuvenation are not permanent, because the vagina will continue to age, so additional changes may take place in the following years.Vaginal childbirth can also negatively impact the results of vaginal rejuvenation treatment.

The results achieved withsurgical vaginal rejuvenation are usually long-lasting, but the effects of non-surgicalvaginal rejuvenation last for about 12 months. It’s for this reason doctors recommend annual maintenance treatments with non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation solutions such as FemiLift.

Are you interested in FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation treatment? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA area, The Pennsylvania Center for Plastic Surgery is our featured practice.

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