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How long does a FemiLift procedure take?

Women often have a difficult time discussing personal issues with their gynecologists, but innovative treatments like FemiLift make it easier to have these discussions.FemiLift is a gentle, non-surgical vaginal renewal treatment that is designed to resolve a variety of feminine issues, but how long does a FemiLift procedure take.

FemiLift
FemiLift is a revolutionary FDA-cleared laserprocedure for vaginal rejuvenation.It involves the use of a fractional CO2 laser thatdeep treats the vaginal tissues, in order to stimulate collagen production. FemiLift can be used to resolve feminine concerns such as vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness, pain during intercourse, and urinary incontinence.

How it works
The single-use CO2 laser probe is inserted into the vaginal canal and precisely heats up the tissue of the vagina. The heat triggers collagen remodeling, and also increases the elasticity of the vaginal walls, resulting in the tightening of the vaginal tissues.

What to expect
Many patients that have undergone FemiLift don’t experience any pain at all, but some feel a warm tingling sensation during treatment. Patients may notice some improvement within the first 4-6 weeks, but depending on the condition being treated, final results can take 3-6 months.

How long does the FemiLift procedure take?
FemiLift is a very fast procedure, and only takes about 10minutes to perform. It is virtually painless, and there is no downtime, so patients can expect to resume normal activities the same day. However, patients are advised not to use tampons or engage in sexual intercourse for at least 5 days after treatment.

Are you interested in vaginal rejuvenation?  Contact Dr. Brenman located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to learn more about FemiLift.

Call us today at (267) 687-2180 to schedule a consultation with one of our doctors.

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