Does Vaginal Rejuvenation With the FemiLift Hurt?

Laser treatment for vaginal rejuvenation was introduced into the market a few years ago, and since then, a range of new technologies have emerged. However, the FemiLift by Alma lasers is the product of choice for many physicians, because it is a safe and effective technology. But how does the procedure work, and does vaginal rejuvenation with the FemiLift hurt?

FemiLift for Vaginal rejuvenation
FemiLift is a minimally invasive FDA approved laser treatment for vaginal rejuvenation. It is a proven solution for feminine health concerns such as vaginal laxity, and urinary incontinence.

FemiLift uses a fractional CO2 laser that delivers energy using a single-use hygienicprobe. The probe is inserted into the vaginal canal, and heats the vaginal tissues. The probe rotates at 360 degrees, ensuring optimal coverage during treatment.

The CO2 laser delivers energy to a depth of 0.5mm, and creates microscopic injuries in the mucosal tissue of the vaginal canal. The heatingstimulates natural tissue repair and boosts collagen production, which increases the tightness and thickness of the vaginal tissue. It also enhances sensitivity and improves moisture.

The FemiLift treatment lasts for approximately 15 minutes, and there is no downtime, so you can return to regular activities immediately. A series of 3 treatments is recommended, in order to achieve optimal results.

Does FemiLift treatment hurt?
Although FemiLift involves the introduction of a laser probe into the vagina, it is a virtually painless procedure. Most patients only feel a warm tingling sensation during treatment, and this is not considered painful. There are also no major side-effects associated with FemiLift, and the procedure yields excellent results.

FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation treatment is available at the offices of Dr. Brenman and serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Call us today to schedule a consultation: (267) 687-2180.

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