Non-surgical Treatment for Vaginal Tightening (FemiLift)

Are you struggling with vaginal laxity? If you are, you’ll be glad to know that there isnow anon-surgical treatment for vaginal tightening. It’s called FemiLift, and it’s available at the offices of Dr. Brenman. FemiLiftis a groundbreaking vaginal rejuvenation treatment that is fast, safe, and very effective.

What causes vaginal laxity?
Aging, along with factors such as childbirth and menopause, can alter the tone and structure of the tissues of the vaginal wall, resulting in vaginal laxity.

What is FemiLift?
FemiLift is a state-of-the-art non-surgical treatment for vaginal tightening. It utilizes fractional CO2 energy to tighten and resurface the vaginal lining.

FemiLift can help with several feminine issues including vaginal laxity, vaginal atrophy, and urinary incontinence. It also improves vaginal lubrication, and vaginal sensation. A series of 3 treatments with FemiLift, spaced 4 weeks apart, is recommended for optimal rejuvenation. A single treatment takes approximately 15 minutes.

How it works
The laser is placed on a small probe which is inserted into the vagina. The device delivers laser energy throughout the entire length of the vagina, and creates tiny micro injuries that trigger a repair response in the tissues. This results in the formation of new tissue andcollagen, and also tightens existing collagen fibers.

Is it painful?
The procedure is very tolerable, and requires no pain medication. In addition, there is very little downtime.

What type of results can you expect?
The majority of women that have undergone FemiLift noticed a decrease in vaginal laxity, and also experienced an enhanced sexual response during intercourse.  Some results will be seen after the first treatment, but doctors recommend doing the full series to gain maximum benefits. The results will last for several years.

FemiLift is available at the offices of Dr. Brenman located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Call (267) 687-2180 to schedule a consultation!

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