LASER VAGINAL REJUVENATION (FEMI LIFT LASER®)
Not all vaginal treatments require surgery; sometimes, we use noninvasive therapy such as the laser vaginal rejuvenation Femi Lift laser technology to treat women experiencing involuntary urine leakage, vaginal dryness, and laxity, or having a recurring infection which is likely to impact a woman self-confidence and cause worries that may become life-threatening.
What is the procedure?
FemiLift is an easy and minimally-invasive treatment, a non-surgical, quick and safe solution for various common feminine issues. It is tested, and trusted procedure used by physicians and laser therapists for many years to treat different skin conditions successfully and is considered very safe.
Who needs it?
Women who are experiencing any of the underlying causes of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), vaginal laxity, vaginal dryness, recurring infections, and more. It helps alleviate these symptoms whether they were caused by menopause, hormone deficiency related to cancer therapy and post-labor conditions.
Who performs the procedure?
The procedure will be performed by our in-house expert aesthetic gynecologist, Dr. Meshack Mbokota.
How is the procedure performed?
It uses breakthrough CO2 laser technology which gently heats vaginal tissue, and contract existing fibers to stimulate the formation of new collagen thus improves the functioning of the entire vaginal area causing blood flow to normalize, boost lubrication, raise body immune and restores elasticity and strength of the vaginal walls.
What are the results of the procedure?
After the procedure, any of the abnormality will disappear or improve considerably, the woman now feels tighter, stops stress urinary incontinence, all disturbing post-menopause indications disappear, vaginal becomes well hydrated and no more recurring infections if there was any before the therapy.
How long does it take to complete
It takes around 45 minutes to complete; you can return to your office after the procedure.
Is the procedure painful?
The doctor takes all precautions to make it a painless experience with a better outcome.
Who should not have the treatment?
You should not have the surgery if you have any of the following conditions: active genital infection; you are on blood thinning medication; you are a cancer patient; you are having genital bleeding and other medical conditions. The doctor will advise you after examination if you are a candidate for the procedure or not.
What care do I need after the procedure?
- Avoid having sexual intercourse for at least 3 days post procedure
- Avoid tampons at least 3 days after the procedure
- Call the doctor if you experience blood stains or any discharge after the procedure
- If you experience involuntary urine leak 1 or 2 days after the therapy, you may not worry, but it’s rare.
When can I contact the doctor after the procedure?
Call the doctor if you experience blood stains or any discharge after the procedure; also if you experience involuntary urine leak beyond 2 days post procedure, call the doctor.
How much does it cost?
Please visit the cost page for information.