Vaginal Tightening Surgery

Vaginal Tightening Surgery

Vaginal Tightening Surgery vs. Non-Surgical Laser Vaginal Tightening

Dr. Harry Collins of Savannah Age Management Medicine trained and became certified in vaginal rejuvenation surgery (or vaginal tightening surgery) at the world-renown Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Institute in Los Angeles with “Dr 90210” David Matlock, a pioneer in vaginal rejuvenation. However, today Dr. Collins prefers to treat women with mild to moderation issues with the FemiLift laser vaginal procedure.

There are multiple reasons why the walls of the vagina become lax, including: multiple vaginal births, reduced collagen production as we age, normal sexual activity through the years, reduced blood flow due to medical conditions and aging, and injury. Women also consider vaginal rejuvenation as a treatment for stress urinary incontinence (loss of urine when a woman sneezes, coughs, exercises, etc.), a common condition affected by the loss of support in the vaginal cavity.

Vaginal Tightening Surgery

Vaginal tightening (or rejuvenation) surgery is effective and may be the appropriate course of action for women with extremely lax vaginal walls or a large vaginal opening that significantly reduces sensation during intercourse. It is also appropriate for women experiencing significant stress urinary incontinence or inability to hold their urine. Vaginal tightening surgery is a surgical procedure requiring anesthesia. A patient may experience moderate to extreme pain during recovery and it may take up to 6 weeks before the patient can return to normal sexual activity. As with all surgeries, there is a risk of infection that must be monitored.

However, for women with mild to moderate urinary incontinence or with mild to moderate concerns regarding the tightness of their vaginal walls, the FemiLift is a pain-free, safe and less expensive option than surgery.

The FemiLift laser is FDA approved for treating vaginal laxity. The procedure takes approximately 20 minutes and the patient can return to normal sexual activity within a matter of days. It requires no anesthesia and is pain-free. The FemiLift laser is precisely calibrated and positioned to deliver the appropriate amount of laser energy throughout the vaginal cavity along the entire length and all sides. The body responds to the energy stimuli by increasing collagen production and blood flow, in effect naturally improving the support in the vaginal tissues and increasing tightness as a result. The increased bloodflow also results in an increase in vaginal lubrication for women struggling with vaginal dryness. As the walls of the vagina become strengthened, this increases support to the urethra, the primary cause of stress urinary incontinence. Most patients report an improvement or reversal of this condition with the FemiLift Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation procedure. Full improvement in seen within 4- 6 weeks.

The FemiLift was featured on the Doctors (see episode HERE). Thousands of procedures have been done with no serious side effects reported. In some instances multiple treatments may be recommended to get the level of improvement desired.

To determine if the FemiLift Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation procedure is right for you, we offer a free consultation to answer any of your questions or concerns. Please contact Savannah Age Management Medicine.


Harry Collins

Doctor Harry Collins is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a Life Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and a member of the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association. Dr. Collins received his certification in Age Management Medicine with the nationally renowned Cenegenics Medical Institute. Cenegenics' certification in Age Management Medicine is jointly sponsored by Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF) and the Foundation for Care Management in Las Vegas, Nevada. CERF and the Foundation for Care Management are accredited with honors by seven sponsoring organizations including the American Medical Association and American Board of Medical Specialties.

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