Have you been noticing changes to your vagina? If so, you are not alone. There are several events in a woman’s life that can affect the health and condition of your vagina, but you don’t have to live with the changes. With minimally invasive FemTouch, you can restore your vagina to its previous state.
What Is FemTouch?
FemTouch is a carbon dioxide laser treatment for vaginal rejuvenation. The device allows for very controlled ablation and coagulation of the vaginal walls. The laser is used to remove tissue and clots in the area for faster healing and less discomfort. This stimulates new collagen production and remodels the vagina.
Benefits of FemTouch
Your vaginal health is directly related to many symptoms that can be aggravating or embarrassing. Because of this, the FemTouch treatment has many benefits. These include:
- Restored vaginal lubrication
- Reduction or elimination of stress incontinence
- Decreased discomfort or pain during intercourse
- Improved vaginal elasticity and tone
- Increased sex drive
As you can see, many of the symptoms that women have after having children or entering menopause can be remedied with FemTouch vaginal rejuvenation.
What to Expect
The FemTouch vaginal rejuvenation treatment is minimally invasive and typically pain free. While the device is inside the vagina, you may experience a heating sensation or slight discomfort. It usually takes more than one treatment to achieve the desired results. As a general rule, two to four treatments are necessary, although you may notice improvements after just one or two treatments.
Recovery is minimal, but you should take it easy for a few days. That means that you should refrain from sexual intercourse, as well as exercise, for at least three days after your procedure. Otherwise you can return to normal activity right away.
If you are interested in FemTouch vaginal rejuvenation, contact us today for a consultation.
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