Is Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Painful?

Are you interested in laser vaginal rejuvenation but unsure about how painful and invasive the procedure will be. Although non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation is very beneficial, the idea of having laser therapy on the vagina is scary for some women. But is laser vaginal rejuvenation painful.

Benefits of laser vaginal rejuvenation
Childbearing, aging, and hormonal changes often bring about structural changes in the vagina that can negatively impact a woman’s confidence and quality of life. These vaginal changes contribute to a decrease in vaginal muscle tone, and a decline in lubrication.

Laser vaginal rejuvenation is designed to resurface the vaginal mucosa, and tighten up the vaginal wall. The procedure treats a range of vaginal concerns including vaginal dryness, vaginal laxity, stress urinary incontinence, and recurring infections.

Is laser vaginal rejuvenation painful?
There are several FDA approved treatments now available for laser vaginal rejuvenation, but FemiLift by Alma Lasers is certainly one of the safest and least painful.

FemiLift is a virtually painless procedure that does not require any anesthesia. However, patients may feel a warm sensation and some pressure as the laser treats the deep tissue layers of the vaginal wall. Some women that have undergone the procedure say that a pap smear is more painful than FemiLift.

FemiLift uses a cutting-edge fractional CO2 laser to rejuvenate the vaginal tissues. The laser energy penetrates the vaginal wall where it contracts collagen fibers, and stimulates the growth of healthy tissue.

Laser vaginal rejuvenation restores the tone of the vaginal wall, and promotes blood flow which in turn increases lubrication.

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

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

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