What kind of laser is used in a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure?

Are you experiencing vaginal irregularities such as vaginal laxity or dryness? If yes, there is no need to feel embarrassed or frustrated about it, because there are non-surgical solutions that can help. These laser devices provide excellent results with minimal downtime. But what kind of laser is used in a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation procedure.

What kind of laser is used for non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation?
There are several types of energy based devices used to perform non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, and they typically use radiofrequency (RF) or carbon dioxide (C02) technology. One of the most popular CO2 devices for vaginal rejuvenation is the FemiLift by Alma lasers. CO2 devices are used in a variety of medical areas, and are considered very safe and precise.

FemiLift for vaginal rejuvenation
FemiLift is a fractional CO2 laser that emits light energy that creates thousands of microscopic channels in the vaginal tissue. The areas of damaged tissue are surrounded by zones of untreated tissue. The treated tissue help to stimulate the body’s healing response, resulting in the growth of new collagen which thickens the vaginal walls and restores lubrication in the vagina. Since fractional lasers only treat specific areas of the skin, there is very little recovery time with FemiLift.

FemiLift can be used to treat vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness, and stress urinary incontinence. These conditions often occur due to the effects of aging or childbirth.

Each FemiLift treatment takes approximately 15 minutes, and doctors recommend a series of 3 treatments to achieve the best results.

Are you interested in laser 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.

You can reach them at www.phillyfemilift.com, or by calling (267)-687-2180.

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