The Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 Laser System
The natural processes of your lifecycle as a woman, such as childbirth and hormonal changes, can lead to various conditions such as involuntary urine leakage, vaginal laxity, dryness and recurring infections. As a result, you may experience a decrease in the quality of your life and sense of self. FemiLift is a state-of-the-art, minimally invasive outpatient treatment that provides optimal results for various feminine conditions – regardless of your age or stage in life. It is quick, painless and completely safe, and provides highly effective results.
Over time, especially after childbirth, vaginal tissue can overstretch, creating a feeling of looseness (laxity) and reduced sensitivity in the vaginal area. This can lead to decreased satisfaction during sexual intercourse, creating a significant quality of life issue.
FemiLift tones and rebuilds the collagen of the vaginal walls, enhances the sensitivity of the vaginal receptors and contracts existing vaginal tissue, increasing vaginal tightness and improving sexual satisfaction.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
SUI is a term that describes involuntary leakage of urine during activities that increase pressure in the abdomen such as coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercise. This condition is caused by a loss of strength in the urethra due to a weakened pelvic support structure. FemiLift treats the entire area, supporting the urethra, increasing the thickness of the vaginal walls and strengthening the pelvic support structure. The treatment reduces the symptoms of SUI and effectively restores urinary continence.
The shift in hormones that occurs with menopause can cause the lining of the vagina to become thinner, drier, less elastic and inflamed. FemiLift rejuvenates the vaginal lining, increasing the thickness of the vaginal walls and restoring lubrication. The treatment reduces uncomfortable symptoms such as itching, burning and increases friction and helps improve sexual function.
Childbirth, a momentous lifecycle event, involves many physiological changes to a woman’s body. Post-delivery, the vaginal area may feel stretched and dry and the pelvic floor may be weakened.
FemiLift rehabilitates the entire vaginal area by strengthening and toning vaginal tissue, and restoring its strength and flexibility.
Recurrent UTIs, Recurrent Vaginal Infections
FemiLift helps women suffering from dryness and recurring vaginal infections by rejuvenating their vaginal lining and restoring lubrication. The treatment increases the vaginal immune system responses and blood flow, generates new healthy tissue with higher immune resistance to infections and allows the vagina to naturally maintain normal PH levels.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I a candidate for FemiLift®?
If you are looking to improve your vaginal laxity, post-menopausal vaginal dryness, and/or mild urinary incontinence, you are a great candidate for FemiLift®!
How many treatments will I need?
We recommend three sessions, one month apart, for the initial treatment. After this initial treatment, you can maintain the effects with one session every few years.
Is there any pain during or after the procedure?
Most patients report that FemiLift® treatment is more comfortable than a Pap Smear. It is virtually painless. However, we can provide you with a topical anesthetic on the vaginal lining to eliminate any discomfort.
How long will it take to see results?
The results of the FemiLift® treatment depend on collagen production and blood vessel formation, which can sometimes take time. Some patients will see the best results three to six months after the last treatment. Other patients will see and feel effects almost immediately due to swelling.
How soon can I have sex after FemiLift®?
You should wait at least three days after a FemiLift® treatment to resume sexual activity, so your body can adjust.
What does FemiLift® do for incontinence?
The FemiLift® laser treatment stimulates collagen and elastin renewal, which increases the thickness of the vaginal wall. This change in thickness allows the urethra to be better supported and strengthened, meaning patients will be likely to experience involuntary leakage.
Is it covered by insurance?
It is not covered by insurance at this time. The cost is $1000 per treatment for most treatment types.