Rejuvenate The Vagina With Vaginal Laser Resurfacing

More women are choosing to undergo vaginal laser resurfacing, in order to rejuvenate the vaginal area. The procedure is generally done to alleviate vaginal laxity that causes loss of tone and strength in the vagina. Vaginal rejuvenation can significantly enhance sexual gratification, and also improve body image and self-confidence.

Why Choose FemiLift

The FemiLift treatment is designed to tighten the vagina. It does this by restoring and restructuring tissue that may have been damaged or stretched over time. This often occurs as a result of childbirth, but laxity may also be due to the natural aging of the skin due to a decline in collagen. Loss of collagen in the vagina can lead to stress urinary incontinence (SUI), and this problem can also be corrected using FemiLift.

FemiLift is a safe, effective non-invasive vaginal laser resurfacing treatment. It requires no anesthetic or numbing cream, and patients generally feel minimal pain during the procedure. However, women considering treatment should be sure to consult with a certified cosmetic plastic surgeon, with the necessary specialization and experience with vaginal issues.

How FemiLift works

The FemiLift laser is fitted with a precision probe that rotates 360 degrees. This allows the surgeon to better control the procedure. Treatment time lasts for about 30 minutes, and there is no downtime, and few side-effects.

The laser energy from the FemiLift penetrates the tissue of the vagina, where it stimulates collagen. This helps to make the tissue plumper, and the expansion makes the vaginal canal tighter. As a result, there is improved sensation within the vagina, as well as increased comfort.

After surgery patients enjoy an improved sexual experience, and those with SUI notice that they have greater control over urinary incontinence.  It generally takes about 5 treatments of vaginal laser resurfacing, to achieve long lasting results.

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