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How does the FemiLift work for vaginal rejuvenation?

FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation has quickly become very popular, as more and more women seek treatment for vaginal concerns. But how does the FemiLift work for vaginal rejuvenation.

FemiLift Vaginal Rejuvenation
FemiLift is a FDA-approved laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment. It revitalizes the vaginal tissue, providing relief for women experiencing conditions such as vaginal dryness, vaginal laxity, recurring infections, and painful sex.

FemiLift is a gentle, pain-free treatment that takes only 15 minutes to complete. Most patients need 3 treatments to achieve full results. There is no downtime with FemiLift, so patients can resume regular activities immediately afterwards.

How FemiLift works for vaginal rejuvenation
FemiLift is a high-powered fractional CO2 laser that has a two-fold action. It emits fractionated energy to the vaginal tissue via a hygienic probe that creates micro injuries in the vaginal tissue. This results in the regeneration of the vaginal lining. The heat from the laser penetrates down to the inner layer of the vaginal tissue and this causes the existing collagen fibers to contract, and also triggers the production of new collagen.

These mechanisms of action rejuvenate the vagina by increasing the thickness and elasticity of the vaginal wall, and also improve lubrication.

What to expect after treatment
Thebody’s natural repair process begins to yield results immediately after treatment, as most patients notice increased tightness of the vaginal canal. However, this process will continue for several weeks as collagen remodeling takes place. The results of FemiLift are long-lastingand can last for quite a number of years.

Patients are advised to refrain from sex as well as from wearing tampons for at least 3 days after treatment.

If you are in the Philadelphia area, contact Dr. Brenman to find out more about FemiLift.

Call (267) 687-2180 to schedule a consultation.

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