If you are concerned with:

  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Vaginal Laxity (especially after childbirth)
  • Dyspareunia (painful sex)
  • Atrophic vaginitis (vaginal atrophy)

And you are interested in increased sexual enhancement for both you and your partner, then FemiLift may very well be the answer you are looking for.

What is FemiLift?

FemiLift™ is the very latest CO2  minimally invasive laser therapy that is performed right in our clinic. The treatment takes about 15 minutes, is pain-free, and there is no or very little down time. In fact, most patients report an almost immediate return to their normal activities, including sexual intercourse.   FemiLift™ is   FDA cleared for treatment of Post-Menopausal Vaginal Atrophy with Dyspareunia (thinning of the vaginal lining that occurs when estrogen decreases after menopause. FemiLift™ also decreases the risk of pelvic prolapse in treated women. In addition, the enhanced vaginal tone promotes lubrication and blood circulation which improves sexual stimulation.

How does it Work?

The treatment is performed by our female Medical Director in a very comfortable, soothing environment. There is very little risk and results are apparent for many patients after just a single treatment. However treatment protocol calls for a series of 3 treatments spaced approximately one month apart in order to attain maximum benefits. Your total time in the clinic for each session will be about 30 minutes or less.


How long will Results Last?

Results will last several years as long as the patient follows all post treatment instructions, but one yearly maintenance session is recommended.

What about Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control,  results in inadvertent urination during low level stress placed on the bladder, such as laughing, coughing and exercising. It is common in women who have delivered children vaginally.  The pelvic floor weakens thus  causing a sagging  urethra. FemiLift restores the pelvic floor and counteracts the condition, which in turn fights incontinence.

Urinary incontinence affects a large number of American women, both young and old, resulting in a diminished quality of life for many. Women that were suffering from urinary incontinence often see an improvement in their symptoms that can be significant enough to forgo corrective surgery.


What about Vaginal Laxity?

One of the primary concerns for women who have had vaginal childbirth is that their vagina is now looser than it was before. Many other middle aged women may also experience vaginal laxity due to  natural aging. FemiLift is the non-surgical answer to tighten the vagina thus improving sexual enhancement.

How can I find out more about FemiLift?

To find out if FemiLift is right for you, simply call our clinic to arrange for a complimentary consultation.


FemiLift FAQ’S

How long does one FemiLift treatment take?

The actual treatment takes 5 minutes. Your total appointment will take about 30 minutes or less.

How many FemiLift treatments are required?

Three treatments, spaced about four weeks apart, are require for optimal results for most Patients. Additionally, one maintenance treatment every year thereafter is recommended.

 When should the patient begin to see results of the vaginal rejuvenation procedure?

Usual response most women notice is an immediate tightening of the vagina after the the first treatment. The natural repair process will continue for weeks following the treatment but it is after the third treatment that maximum benefits will be achieved.

Does the FemiLift treatment hurt?

There is no pain or side-effects other than the Patient will notice a tightening of the vagina.

When can patients resume normal activity after the FemiLift procedure?

Patients can resume normal activity immediately after the FemiLift treatment. It is recommended that Patients not have vaginal intercourse or use a tampon within three days after treatment, or longer if instructed by the medical provider.

How common is vaginal laxity?

Nearly half of all women who have had vaginal childbirth have some level of concern over vaginal looseness. Many other middle aged women experience urinary incontinence and vaginal laxity as a result of the aging process. With the FemiLift procedure, women have a pain-free, non-surgical answer to vaginal laxity.

What is urinary incontinence in women and how can the FemiLift help?

Urinary incontinence is loss of bladder control, which results in inadvertent urination during low level stress placed on the bladder, such as laughing, coughing and exercising. It is common in women who have delivered children vaginally. This leaking occurs when the pelvic floor weakens, which causes the urethra to sag. Exercises to restore the pelvic floor, such as Kegels, often are not enough to rejuvenate the pelvic floor. This is where the FemiLift can help. The fractional CO2 laser energy restores the pelvic floor and counteracts the sagging urethra, which in turn fights incontinence.

How do I find out if the FemiLift is right for me?

Our clinic offers a complimentary consultation where we can evaluate and discuss if the FemiLift is right for you. Simply call us to make an appointment.   480-459-5262