In just 30 minutes, you can have a tighter vagina. A new procedure called FemiLift in Las Vegas uses thermal energy to tighten and restore a vagina’s youth. The procedure is non-surgical and painless with no downtime. If you have struggled with urinary incontinence, stretched skin and painful infections due to vaginal stretching and weakening of pelvic floor muscles, you can relieve symptoms in the time it takes to watch an episode of television.
Maggie Johnson, who signed up for FemiLift treatment in the U.K., said the procedure changed her life for the better. “After having my second child I started to suffer from urinary incontinence, especially whenever I laughed, coughed or sneezed. It was a pain and it stopped me from going to parties or enjoying myself when I was out and about. I was constantly looking for the next loo,” she said.
FemiLift vaginal tightening helped her enjoy sex with her partner again, as well as stopped her leaky bladder issue. For women looking to try the FemiLift, consult a doctor first to see if you’re an ideal candidate. Doctors recommend three treatments, with about a month break in between each.
A laser is inserted into the vagina, and with the help of thermal energy, induces collagen and elastin regeneration to make the vaginal canal smaller, and more naturally lubricated.
After a successful run in the U.K., the F.D.A. approved FemiLift for U.S. treatments. A relatively new and breakthrough procedure, Las Vegas is fortunate to have such a service already available through Dr. Kowalski of Nevada Surgery and Cancer Care. To meet Dr. Kowalski for consultation about your own FemiLift procedure in Las Vegas, visit her website at http://www.drlynnkowalski.com/