Femilift Laser by Alma
As the season changes, so do our bodies. Events like childbirth, aging or menopause often come with complications that can get in the way of fully enjoying life. Whether it’s that little bit of leaking urine when you sneeze or thinking twice about sexual intimacy with your partner, women of all ages can suffer from pelvic and sexual health issues. The Femilift Laser could be the answer (Dare we say? Consider it a Spring Awakening!)
How the Femilift Laser Works
The Femilift is an Alma CO2 Laser that delivers pulses of energy to the vaginal mucoso. Concentrated thermal energy stimulates collagen and elastin production, which results in a thicker and stronger vaginal wall.
Most women will see an immediate benefit from the Femilift; however, collagen remodeling will continue for up to six months with results including:
- Increased Vaginal Lubrication
- Relief from Urinary Stress Incontinence
- Tightened and Toned Vagina
- Improved Sexual Intimacy
Explain the Actual Femilift Procedure
Each treatment lasts about 15 minutes. The doctor begins by inserting a probe into the vagina. The probe rotates to deliver the laser energy to the walls of the vagina. Most women describe the treatment as pain-free.
How Often to Get the Femilift Laser
The company, Alma, usually recommends three initial treatments over a 12 week period. Women usually come in once a year for maintenance and results usually last for several years.
Femilift Side Effects / Pain
The Femilift is a noninvasive procedure that is usually easily tolerated and without pain. Women can return to normal activity immediately after the procedure. However you should not have anything in the vagina for 3-5 days after, for example no tampons and no sex.
The Femilift is part of a menu of treatments offered by Smooth Synergy. Call us at 212-397-0111 to find out about what options are available for treating urinary stress incontinence, vaginal dryness and painful sex. An expert is here to talk with you regarding your individual concerns about your sexual and pelvic health and create a treatment plan that’s right for you.