This long-established, highly reputable plastic surgery practice in Plymouth Meeting, PA just outside Philadelphia is now offering FemiLift laser treatments to patients seeking vaginal rejuvenation and tightening.
Plymouth Meeting, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/20/2017 -- The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Philadelphia is thrilled to announce the arrival of the FemiLift laser treatment to their aesthetic practice. This versatile treatment is designed to treat multiple feminine concerns including vaginal laxity, dryness, itching, and painful intercourse.
FemiLift is also an effective treatment approach to minimize symptoms of urinary stress incontinence, including involuntary leakage.
"It's one of the most powerful laser treatments with astounding patient satisfaction ratings," says Dr Scott Brenman, Medical Director of The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery. "It's a minimally invasive, painless procedure that can improve a wide range of feminine symptoms. There is no downtime, making it a convenient solution for busy people."
"From improving a patient's sex life to reducing embarrassing symptoms associated with urinary stress incontinence, the FemiLift treatment is a comprehensive approach to improving vaginal health," adds Dr. Kathleen Brenman.
The FemiLift treatment is performed by inserting a small probe to deliver laser energy to the vaginal walls, in a gentle manner. The laser energy causes a heating effect which then stimulates collagen production, cause the walls to contract, and resulting in long-term tightening and lubrication.
The stimulation of collagen production encourages the vaginal walls to strengthen, which helps alleviate pressure on the bladder and urethra. This makes FemiLift an appealing alternative for patients suffering from mild to moderate urinary stress incontinence.
FemiLift treatment requires zero downtime, making it an ideal option for patients with busy lives who want to avoid the cost & recovery associated with surgery. Patients may notice results after the very first treatment but for optimal results, it's recommended that patients undergo three consecutive treatments spaced four to five weeks apart.
For more information about the FemiLift treatment or to schedule a consultation, call The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery at 267-687-2180 or visit their website: http://www.phillyfemilift.com.
Scott Brenman, MD
The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery
Plymouth Meeting, PA