FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation can be used to treat a number of different vaginal conditions all at the same time:
Just like any vaginal ultrasound exam, a hygienic, single-use probe is inserted into the vagina through which a gentle yet powerful CO2 fractional laser achieves a deep thermal effect. This stimulates the production of new collagen and rejuvenates vaginal tissue.
FemiLift is an FDA approved CO2 laser. Treatment is simple and safe if carried out by Dr Unnati, who is an experienced and fully qualified clinician, following a detailed consultation to examine the area to treat and decide on what is best for you.
The entire treatment takes under 30 minutes and is virtually painless with minimal downtime.
FemiLift creates an immediate thermal effect which results in noticeable vaginal tightening and vulval plumping within days. The induced healing cascade triggered by the FemiLift laser treatment results in the production of collagen and new vessels within a month and continues beyond three months.
The results of FemiLift are long lasting: up to two years. The number of treatments needed will vary on patient needs and expectations, although up to three treatments every four weeks are recommended for optimal results.
At the initial consultation, Dr Unnati will discuss the recommended number of treatments needed for you so that they are tailored to your needs. She can also perform an up-to-date smear and sexual health screen at this time if needed.
It is important to avoid sexual intercourse or to use tampons for five days post-treatments.
Any clinical procedure carries a risk of complications, which is why it is always highly advisable to have cosmetic treatments safely performed by a doctor. Dr Unnati is a GP and specialist Non-Surgical Aesthetic Physician, trained in dermatology, gynaecology and medical cosmetics.
The Urban Aesthetix Clinic follows strict guidelines in making patients fully aware of any possible cautions and complications, and in offering post treatment advice. Dr Unnati will undertake a full consultation before any new treatment can be given.
Side-effects are minimal, if any, and may include slight vaginal discharge or bleeding in the first 48 hours after treatment.
Pre-treatment, it is important to know that you are not pregnant, have an up-to-date smear and have no current/ active infection affecting the genito-urinary tract.