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Femilift

What is Femilift?

The latest FDA approved non-surgical, non-invasive procedure designed
to improve:
femiLift Vaginal atrophy, minimal urinary incontinence, overstretched and
damaged vaginal tissue, sexual performance and confidence by tightening and increasing lubrication to eliminate vaginal dryness.

How many procedures will I need?
To achieve the maximum vaginal tightening and other benefits that Femilift offers, it is recommended to do 3 treatments, spaced out one month apart. Most patients however, do experience improvement 1 week after the first treatment. Patients are thrilled that after the first procedure, they feel the vaginal area is tighter and more lubricated. Simultaneously, patients exhibit a decrease in urinary incontinence.

Who can do Femilift?

Photo FemiliftAny woman who has lost elasticity due to childbirth, aging, post radiation treatment will benefit from this procedure. Femilift is also for any woman who wants to improve her sexual sensation, confidence and urinary incontinence.

Is there any downtime?

Femilift does not require anesthesia. Patients can return to work, and or exercise the same day with no downtime. The only restriction is to avoid intercourse and the use of tampons for the first 3 days.
 
How long will the effects of Femilift last?

Each patient is different because of her individual circumstances, such as
another vaginal child birth. For most patients they last a year.  This is why Dr. Bibicheff  
recommends  a yearly Femilift to retain the positive effects of a Femilift.
 
 
How is the procedure done?

We incorporated two procedures in one, Femilift and Femitight.
Women will be rejuvenated internally and externally to achieve
outstanding results. If requested, Femitight can be done separately for
women with concerns of the outer area only.
 
Is Femilift the correct procedure for all women?

The answer is that Femilift cannot be performed on pregnant or breastfeeding
women, or on anyone with an active infection of any kind. A recent
gynecological exam and PAP  smear is mandatory.