Vaginal Rejuvenation – Hollywood Fad or Lifesaver for Patients with Urinary Incontinence, Vaginal Pain

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One of the newest trends in plastic surgery for U.S. women is vaginal rejuvenation. While many females might chuckle at the need to tighten up “down there” this procedure actually has significant benefits both inside and outside the bedroom.

Urinary incontinence is nothing to sneeze at – or laugh about. While uncomfortable to discuss, nearly half of all women over the age of 50 deal with the embarrassment of urinary incontinence or leakage. Research shows more than 25-million Americans admit to regularly having issues controlling their bladders, which drives the more than $33 billion-a-year industry in protective products, medications and surgery.

Experts like Dr. Burt Webb, a gynecologist in Scottsdale, says thanks to advancements in non-surgical procedures like FemiLift, no woman has to suffer with urinary leakage in silence.

“Age, gravity and childbirth can all take a toll on vaginal tissue,” said Dr. Webb. “Plus, with age also comes a reduction in collagen, the protein that gives body tissue plumpness and firmness. The FemiLift procedure delivers just the right amount of energy to boost collagen production in the vaginal wall and help vaginal tissues become tighter so blood flow and lubrication are increased. The firmer tissue also provides better support for the urethra, reducing the effects of stress urinary incontinence or loss of urine when women cough, exercise or sneeze.”

FemiLift is a virtually painless, minimally-invasive laser procedure that rejuvenates and tightens the vagina, improving laxity and urinary incontinence. Dr. Webb says results in improved vaginal tightness can be seen immediately after the procedure with a continued increase in collagen production for months afterward. Maximum benefits are typically achieved after the third in-office treatment resulting in improved sexual stimulation and reduced menopausal dryness.

“Laser technology like Femilift is truly revolutionary and used by physicians around the world.,” added Dr. Webb. “The benefits are long-lasting, and the procedure is safe. Most patients can return to normal activities immediately and resume sexual intercourse in three days.”

FemiLift is FDA approved and provides a solution for a wide range of feminine issues including, vaginal dryness, laxity and recurrent infections. The minimally-invasive treatment provides a safe and effective way to improve feminine urinary and vaginal health.

 

Burt Webb, M.D. is one of Arizona’s most recognized doctors in women’s health and intimate wellness including hormone therapy replacement and incontinence. He graduated from Stanford University and Tulane Medical School. Dr. Webb did his residency at Good Samaritan Medical Center and is board certified in in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is passionate about helping women of all ages with painful and heavy periods, pelvic problems like endometriosis, ovarian cysts and difficulty becoming pregnant. He is also an expert in the area of bioidentical hormones with more than 30 years of experience. Dr. Webb is a leading expert in cosmetic gynecology, helping the vagina and labia look and function better. Dr. Webb offers comprehensive women’s health care services, including wellness exams, preventive medicine, intimate health, hormone therapy, incontinence and treatments for gynecological conditions.

Call for an appointment (480) 210-9611

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