Femilift laser vaginal tightening
Finally a painless non-invasive vaginal rejuvenation treatment that works!
Femilift is a minimally-invasive laser procedure that rejuvenates and tightens, improving vaginal laxity and urinary incontinence. A rejuvenated lining also promotes lubrication and blood flow, resulting in improved sexual stimulation.
How does Femilift work?
Age, gravity and childbirth can all take a toll on vaginal tissues. With age also comes a reduction in collagen, the protein that gives body tissues plumpness and firmness.
The Alma CO2 laser delivers just the right amount of energy to boost collagen production in the vaginal wall. As the vaginal tissues become tighter, blood flow and lubrication are increased. The firmer tissues also provide better support for the urethra, reducing the effects of stress urinary incontinence (loss of urine when you cough or sneeze).
What happens during treatment?
A doctor and an assistant will work to ensure you are as comfortable as possible during your in-office Femilift treatments. A slender probe is inserted into the vagina to deliver just the right amount of laser energy to the tissues. A session lasts about 15 to 20 minutes.
Does it hurt?
Femilift is non-invasive and pain-free, but if discomfort is experienced, a topical anesthetic may be applied.
How many treatments will I need?
Most women will need three treatments based about four weeks apart. A booster treatment may be needed one to two years later to maximize the continued effects.
When will I see results?
You should notice improved vaginal tightness right away, however your body will continue to produce collagen for months after the procedure. Maximum benefit is typically achieved after the third treatment.
Is there any downtime?
You can return to normal activities immediately and resume sexual intercourse in three days.
What’s the downside?
There isn’t one. Laser technology like Femilift is truly revolutionary. The benefits are long-lasting, and the procedure is safe. Femilift has been featured on The Doctors TV show and is used by physicians around the world.