5 Reasons to Consider Non-Surgical FemilLift for Restoring Your Vaginal Health

5 Reasons to Consider Non-Surgical FemilLift for Restoring Your Vaginal Health

 Each time you look in the mirror, you notice the signs of aging in your face. But at least you know what to do about it: Fillers, lasers, and microneedling procedures can stimulate collagen and add lost volume back to your face to make you look and feel younger.

But what about “down there”? Not only has your vagina become drier, but you notice that your labia are smaller than they used to be. Your vagina is also looser and it’s harder to have an orgasm. Is there an anti-aging procedure that can help your feminine parts, too?

There is. At The Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, Florida, Rafael Perez, M.D, F.A.C.O.G., uses the nonsurgical FemiLift® laser system by Alma® to help restore health and vibrancy to your genitourinary tissues, including your vagina.

Vaginal atrophy may occur as a result of aging, but also as a side effect of chemotherapy or radiation or because of a hysterectomy. No matter why your vagina no longer functions as it once did, you deserve to be comfortable again. Here’s why you should consider FemiLift to restore your sexual confidence.

1. FemiLift tightens your vagina

FemiLift uses fractional CO2 laser technology that’s identical to that used for facial rejuvenation. The difference is that the treatment applicator is tube-shaped so that your doctor can insert it into your vagina.

The laser energy creates microwounds throughout the vaginal canal, which kickstart your body’s repair systems. Just as laser treatment prompts your facial skin to rebuild itself, the FemiLift triggers a rebuilding process in your vagina and surrounding tissues.

The CO2 laser instigates a process in which your body starts to produce more collagen and other strengthening proteins in the vagina. As the tissue remodels itself during the weeks to months after your initial treatment, the walls of your vagina become thicker and tighter.

2. FemiLift increases vaginal lubrication

Thick, tight vaginal walls that have been rebuilt with new collagen, elastin, and other proteins are healthier, too. That means the vaginal walls begin to function as they did when you were younger, producing lubrication when you’re sexually aroused.

Once your vagina is well lubricated with your own natural moisture, sex becomes comfortable and exciting again. You won’t have to worry about “drying out” in the middle of intercourse or “drawing back” because sex hurts.

3. FemiLift reduces incontinence

Although the laser’s energy is directed toward the vaginal walls, all of your surrounding organs benefit from the tissue remodeling process started by FemiLift. That means that your urethral muscles and even your bladder become stronger and more flexible.

If you experience the discomfort and embarrassment of urine leakage and other forms of incontinence, they improve with FemiLift, too. After FemiLift, you can laugh and cough without worrying about leakage.

4. FemiLift restores your labia and clitoris

Vaginal atrophy not only makes sex uncomfortable, but it makes it more difficult to have an orgasm. Your labia and clitoris also shrink and become less sensitive due to hormonal changes due to aging or health conditions.

A series of FemiLift treatments helps restore the size and thickness of your labia and clitoris. You become more sensitive to touch again, which makes orgasms easier and more intense. 

5. FemiLift lasts

Most women need several FemiLift treatments to fully reach their goals. Once you’ve achieved a tighter and more lubricated vagina and easier orgasm, you can return to a fully satisfying sex life. You may need annual FemiLift treatments to maintain maximum arousal and satisfaction.

Don’t accept vaginal atrophy as a natural and inevitable consequence of aging, cancer treatment, or hysterectomy. Revive your vaginal tissues and restore your sex life by booking your first FemiLift treatment today. Call our friendly, helpful team or use the online message form.

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