What Kind of Vaginal Concerns can be treated with FemiLift?

Laser vaginal rejuvenation has become a trending procedure, because it’s proven to be a real solution to real feminine health concerns, and FemiLift is among the latest and most effective technologies. However, despite the impressive benefits, some people are still not sure how it works and what kind of vaginal concerns can be treated with FemiLift.

FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment
FemiLift is a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment that uses a CO2 laser to revitalize the vaginal tissues. FemiLift is a gentle, painless procedure that takes only 15 minutes to perform, and requires no downtime.

The fractional CO2 energy is transmitted deep into the vaginal tissue where it triggers the production of new collagen, and increases blood flow. The thermal energy improves the elasticity of the vaginal tissues, tightens the vaginal canal, and improves hydration.

Most patients notice improvements immediately after the first treatment, but 3 treatments are recommended, done over a period of 3 months.

What Kind of Vaginal Concerns can be treated with FemiLift?
Although vaginal rejuvenation has traditionally been linked to cosmetic concerns, it really has more to do with improving the function of the vagina. FemiLift is an FDA-cleared treatment for feminine health concerns such as:

  • Vaginal Dryness& Recurring Infections: The loss of estrogen due to aging can result in the thinning of the vaginal walls, which can in turn lead to painful sex, and an increase in vaginal infections. FemiLift rejuvenates the vaginal tissue thereby restoring elasticity, and improving lubrication.
  • Vaginal Laxity: Events such as childbirth and aging can stretch the vaginal tissue, and create a loose feeling. FemiLift revitalizes the vaginal walls, and restores strength and tone to the vaginal tissue.

FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation treatment is available at the Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery.

Call (267) 687-2180 today for a consultation.

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