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Is non-surgical vaginal tightening safe?

More women are turning to non-surgical vaginal tightening to boost their confidence. It is especially beneficial for women experiencing conditions such as vaginal laxity, urinary incontinence, and menopausal dryness. But exactly how does the procedure work, and is non-surgical vaginal tightening safe?

Non-surgical vaginal tightening
Non-surgical vaginal tightening involves the use of laser technology to restore elasticity and vitality to vaginal tissue. The effect of age and childbirth are two of the factors that can adversely impact vaginal health. Non-surgical vaginal tightening improves the health and youthfulness of the vagina, by helping to replace the skin’s natural collagen that declines with age.

Is nonsurgical vaginal tightening safe
Non-surgical vaginal tightening is safe, as long as it uses laser technology that is FDA approved, and is done by an experienced medical practitioner. When the right technology is used as directed, there is very little chance of risk to the vaginal canal or to the supporting structures of the bladder and urethra.

One of the latest and safest technologies available for vaginal tightening is FemiLift. FemiLift is a gentle, non-surgical procedure that uses fractional CO2 technology. It’s the same technology that has been used effectively for decades in skin rejuvenation treatments frequently performed on both the face and body.

FemiLift delivers focused CO2 energy to the vaginal tissue, takes only 15 minutes to perform, and there is no recommended recovery time. As a result, the treatment can be done in your lunch hour, so you can do the FemiLift procedure and return to your desk immediately after.

FemiLift vaginal tightening treatment is available at Pennsylvania Center for Plastic Surgery, PA.

Callus (267)-687-2180 today to schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Brenman, and find out more about FemiLift.

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