Is the FemiLift treatment painful?

Advanced technologies like FemiLift have opened up an exciting window of treatment for women desiring to treat conditions that previously required surgery, or estrogen supplementation. FemiLift is one of the newest, and most effective technologies for vaginal rejuvenation. But how does it work, and is the FemiLift treatment painful?

FemiLift Treatment
FemiLift is a minimally invasive in-office laser procedure that is used to rejuvenate the vaginal tissues. It treats several common vaginal concerns often experienced by women that have gone through childbirth and menopause. These include vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, and vaginal laxity. FemiLift uses safe, fractional CO2 laser technology to strengthen the vaginal tissues.

FemiLift consists of a sterile probe that emits laser energy. The probe is rotated 360 degrees in the vagina, to ensure maximum coverage of the tissues. The laser energy causes the tissues to contract, and also induces collagen production. Treatment takes 10-15 minutes to complete.

Is FemiLift treatment painful?
The FemiLift treatment is virtually painless. Most women feel only a warm tingling sensation during the procedure, and no anesthesia is needed.  The laser probe that is inserted into the vaginal canal is very small, as it is specially designed to fit diverse vaginal sizes, while ensuring optimal comfort.

There are no major side-effects associated with the treatment, nor is there any downtime. Most patients are able to return to normal activities after the procedure. However, patients are generally asked to abstain from sexual intercourse for at least 3days after the procedure.

If you are interested in learning more about FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation? Contact Eagle’s Landing Longevity Center located in Stockbridge, GA at. We also serve Morrow, Forest Park, and the South Atlanta metro area.

Call us today at 770-389-0734 to schedule a consultation, and find out if FemiLift is the right procedure for you.

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