If you’re interested in undergoing non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, you may be wondering if the procedure costs can be covered by your health insurance policy. After all, the treatment is designed to help minimize some chronic feminine concerns (including infections and discomfort during sex), plus it can even help with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) symptoms.
Unfortunately, most insurance companies won’t cover the cost of non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, even if you’re seeking it out to relieve a health issue. However, there are some exceptions to this rule; read on to find out more!
Your Non-Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatment Might Be Covered If…
Since the medical industry is starting to recognize the significant health benefits associated with non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, some insurance companies are willing to cover the cost of the procedure provided that it meets the following criteria:
- It helps to relieve pain and/or other symptoms associated with a medically diagnosed illness (like pelvic prolapse); or
- You have a medical diagnosis of SUI.
You should check to see if your health insurance policy will cover some or all of the costs of your non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation treatment. Your doctor can also help you determine if you have coverage.
FemiLift at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery
If you’re interested in non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, it’s time to introduce yourself to FemiLift at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery. This FDA-cleared technology uses laser heat energy to gently yet effectively stimulate collagen production within the vaginal walls. This sudden spike in collagen helps strengthen the vaginal lining and produce more lubrication; that means an end to SUI symptoms, discomfort during sex, and even chronic vaginal infections.
A FemiLift procedure takes about 15 minutes to perform and delivers long-lasting and almost-immediate results.
Take the Next Step
To learn more about Femilift non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation with Dr. Kathleen Brenman, schedule a consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180