These days, it seems as though there are multiple options for vaginal rejuvenation, which is good news! A wealth of choice means women can pick the procedure that best suits their needs. So whether you’re looking to combat looseness from pregnancy or address cosmetic issues, you’ve got a lot to choose from.
The trouble is, how do you know which procedure is actually right for you?
First, let’s break down the most common vaginal rejuvenation procedures: Labiaplasty and laser rejuvenation with FemiLift. Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that’s specifically designed to address cosmetic and potential health issues of the labia minora. Some women have larger labia minora that extend past the labia majora. These women may feel uncomfortable about their vaginal appearance, or experience frequent tugging or pulling as a result of the labia minora’s length.
A plastic surgeon performs the labiaplasty procedure, with the ultimate goal of trimming down the labia minora so that it no longer hangs past the labia majora. While a labiaplasty can address potential health and cosmetic issues, it’s not a “rejuvenating” therapy, as it doesn’t tighten or help encourage vaginal lubrication.
That’s where the FemiLift procedure comes into play. This vaginal laser tightening treatment uses a slim probe to deliver heat energy to the vaginal walls. The heat causes the walls to contract and tighten, which both rejuvenates the vaginal opening and encourages collagen and lubrication production.
The FemiLift procedure is non-surgical, quick (procedures take about 15 minutes), and highly effective. In fact, most patients experience a noticeable difference with just one treatment. FemiLift can help with symptoms like:
FemiLift is an excellent procedure for candidates who are looking for total vaginal rejuvenation without having to undergo surgery or extensive recovery.
To learn if you’re a candidate for FemiLift treatments, schedule a consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. Fill out for form on this page or call (267) 687-2180.