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Laser Vaginal tightening. Am I a good candidate?

laser vaginal tightening

Vaginal tightening with laser

We often get asked questions from patients who are unsure about vaginal tightening, if it can benefit them, whether they are suitable for the treatment, and various other questions. Due to the intimate nature of this treatment, we thought we would call upon the knowledge of the many treatments we have performed over the years to try to answer some of the questions that crop up.

A good candidate for laser vaginal tightening, also known as vaginal rejuvenation, is typically a woman who has experienced changes in the vagina as a result of ageing, childbirth, or other factors. These changes can include laxity or looseness of the vaginal canal, decreased sensation, and dryness. The procedure is also used to treat urinary incontinence, which is the leakage of urine during physical activity. Candidates should be in good overall health and not have any active infections or medical conditions that could impede healing.

Vaginal tightening treatment Norwich

The vaginal wall contains fibres made from collagen. As women age, these fibres can stretch, decreasing vaginal wall elasticity. At The Doctors Laser Clinic we have one of the most effective,  tried and tested devices on the market, – FemiLift. This revolutionary technology allows us to offer a solution to women with reduced vaginal elasticity by providing an increase in the stimulation of collagen.

Main reasons  women have the vaginal tightening treatment

Vaginal laxity: Childbirth and ageing can cause the vaginal walls to lose tone and elasticity, leading to a feeling of looseness or laxity in the vaginal canal.

Sexual function: Some women may experience decreased sensation or difficulty achieving orgasm due to changes in the vaginal area.

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI): Leakage of urine during physical activity, such as coughing, laughing, or exercise, caused by weak pelvic floor muscles.

Laser Vaginal Tightening FAQs

Do I need more than one vaginal tightening treatment?

You will see results soon after the first treatment, but we recommend that you have a top-up treatment every few months or so.

Does the vaginal tightening treatment interfere with reproductive health?

No, the FemiLift system is a clinically proven solution that only treats the vaginal area, thus having no effect on other body areas.

Does the vaginal tightening treatment come with any downtime?

No, you should be able to resume your day-to-day routine immediately after the treatment.

Does vaginal tightening cause any pain?

No, the treatment does not cause any pain.

Who will administer the treatment?

Dr Kathy Kestin is one of the doctors here who has been fully trained with the FemiLift system and has years of experience with its use.

Is there any time when a woman may not be suitable for vaginal tightening?

We request that you schedule your appointment at a different time for your period. Apart from medical reasons for not having the treatment, the only other time you should not have the FemiLift treatment is during pregnancy and immediately after child birth.

Does the vaginal tightening procedure require anaesthetic?

No, our FemiLift system does not cause pain, so no anaesthetic is required.

How much does Vaginal Tightening cost?

The cost is £850 per session.

If you have any other questions not covered here, please feel free to get in touch here. We are renowned for our sympathetic advice when dealing with intimate conditions.

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