How Many Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatments Will I Need?

Laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments are now all the buzz, and, many women are choosing to have the procedure done to correct intimate concerns. Vaginal rejuvenation is commonly done to address issues such as vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence. But what’s the procedure like, and how many laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments will you need.

Why choose laser vaginal rejuvenation
Childbirth and hormonal changes as a result of aging can affect the tissues of the vagina and lead to problems such as dryness, pain with intercourse, stress urinary incontinence, and laxity.

Laser vaginal rejuvenation revitalizes the vaginal tissues and corrects these concerns. The treatments are quick, and there is usually no downtime, so patients can resume normal activities immediately. However, they are generally advised to wait at least 3 days before having intercourse or using a tampon.

How many laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments will you need
Although most patients notice some improvement in symptoms after their initial vaginal rejuvenation treatment, it typically requires multiple sessions to achieve optimal results.

Effective laser vaginal rejuvenation technologies like FemiLift require at least 3 sessions to get the best results, however, there are times when additional treatments may be needed. Sessions are spaced 4 weeks apart. A touch up treatment may be required after 12 months to maintain results.

FemiLift is a non-surgical vaginal laser treatment that uses fractional CO2 energy to rejuvenate the vaginal tissue, and tone the vaginal canal. This tightens the vagina, increases lubrication, and improves stress urinary incontinence.

Are you ready to address those troubling intimate feminine concerns? 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 or by calling (267)-687-2180.

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