FemiLift: The Nonsurgical Solution for Restoring Vaginal Health

Vaginal rejuvenation can be performed for both cosmetic and medical reasons. At our office on the Upper East Side of New York City, Dr. Kevin Jovanovic and Dr. Radoslav Jovanovic use a procedure called FemiLift™ which is noninvasive, gentle, and most importantly, effective. 

Reasons to consider FemiLift

FemiLift offers multiple benefits, including increased collagen production that creates a tightening and firming effect. However, one of the reasons many women choose FemLift is that it can help your body produce more lubrication. 

Vaginal dryness can cause discomfort during your normal day-to-day life, and it can make sexual intercourse painful. It can also cause urinary tract infections that either don’t go away or come back again and again. 

Vaginal dryness has various causes

The most common cause of vaginal dryness is age. During perimenopause, the time before you stop menstruating, and after menopause, your body produces less estrogen, and that can cause vaginal dryness. 

Other situations may also cause you to produces less estrogen, including: 

You don’t always need to have treatment for vaginal dryness. For example, if you can stop smoking, your overall health will improve, and your vaginal dryness is likely to improve, too. But, for some women a treatment such as FemiLift can have an enormous positive impact. 

How FemiLift works

FemiLift is an energy-based therapy, delivered with a CO2 laser. It gently heats the upper layers of tissue, which stimulates the deeper layers of tissue to produce more collagen. Collagen is the substance that gives your skin a plump, taut look, and helps other tissues in your body maintain firmness. 

The energy is delivered through a specially designed wand that’s inserted into your vagina. FemiLift allows Dr. Jovanovic to precisely control the pulses of energy, so that you get exactly what you need to achieve the desired results. 

Surprising facts

Few patients expect a procedure that delivers such excellent results to be virtually painless, but that is the case with FemiLift. It’s minimally invasive, and it’s also a quick treatment.

You won’t need to schedule any downtime, and you can return to all of your normal activities, including sexual intercourse, that day. And, patients who have had this procedure are remarkably satisfied even in the long term.

Find out more

If you have vaginal dryness, you should have a consultation with Dr. Jovanovic. Even if you’re not a candidate for FemiLift, there are likely other treatments or lifestyle changes that can help. You don’t have to live with the negative impact of vaginal dryness. 

To schedule an appointment, you can use our convenient online tool, or you can simply call our office. We’ll be happy to help you. 

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