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FemiLift Vaginal Laser Rejuvenation

NUCARE Clinics are proud to bring to you the first FemiLift laser for vaginal rejuvenation in Whangarei, NZ. The Femilift is also available at our Remuera clinic in Auckland, NZ.

We are also the first clinic in New Zealand to introduce the 2nd Generation Femilift Smart

This is recently developed and has now been released for clinical use. The Femilift Smart is an automatic hand piece so it is more advanced in the precision of the Femilift procedure and the treatment is faster. 

FemiLift Smart handpiece enables treatments to be homogenous while we focus on the optimal parameters for different applications, to ensure the treatment is highly efficient and effective.

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This state-of-the-art laser handpiece makes the fractional CO2 laser rejuvenation of the vagina procedure to be precise and repeatable over the three treatments. 

 

The Alma Laser Pixel CO2 FemiLift laser technology available at NUCARE Clinics is able to treat numerous symptoms as listed:

  • Vaginal laxity or relaxation
  • Stress Urinary incontinence (mild to moderate)
  • Recurrent bladder infections
  • Symptoms of bladder urgency and frequency
  • Recurrent vaginal infections - Thrush
  • Postmenopausal bleeding from intercourse
  • Post menopausal stress incontinence
  • Dryness of the vagina
  • Vaginal itch and irritability
  • Post delivery dyspareunia - difficult or painful intercourse
  • Post delivery vaginal rehab
  • Scarring from tears during childbirth
  • Dyspareunia caused by vulvar or vaginal atrophy
  • Sexual quality enhancement
  • Reduced sexual vaginal stimulation

This non-invasive non-surgical treatment improves the functionality of the entire vaginal area.

Femilift is also very safe for women who have had breast cancer and are unable to use hormone replacement therapy. 

 

How does the Femilift procedure work?

The Femilift works by sending multiple tiny laser beams into the vaginal wall which act as mini injuries. This stimulates the body's natural healing process and new collagen is formed, blood flow increases to the vaginal tissues and the vaginal wall and muscles undergo changes to tighten and thicken.

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The FemiLift procedure is a quick and effective

There is no bleeding or pain

Tightening of the vagina walls also decreases stress urinary incontinence and effectively restores urinary continence

Reduction in vaginal dryness & recurrent infections

The restored collagen thickens the mucosal lining of the vagina and restores the normal pH of the vagina

Increasing friction and pleasure is experienced during sexual intercourse

FemiLiftcan be combined with FemiTight, Labia whitening, Labia Augmentation with dermal filler and PRP and the OShot.

 

The Femilift fractional laser nonsurgical procedure for vaginal rejuvenation is a revolutionary treatment that works. Femilift scored a '100% Worth It' rating on the 'realself' website from 57 reviews from women who have had the procedure. 

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The women who posted reviews described the FemiliftHappy she had a Femilift procedureHappy she had a Femilift procedure

"Amazing"

"I am very happy with the results"

"results have enabled me to still feel like a woman. I highly recommend this procedure"

"Wow, What a difference"

"fantastic treatment"

"extremely pleased with the results and feel like I can once again enjoy intimacy with my husband"

"Before I made love 3 times a year....now I make love 3 times a week!!! I'd say that's something to celebrate!!!"

and many more reviews continue in the same enthusiastic tone from happy women.

 

 

If you are suffering from stress incontinence, vaginal dryness, loss of vaginal muscle tone, a breast cancer survivor and can't use hormone replacements or just want to tighten and rejuvenate your intimate area, then Femilift is the correct procedure for you.

Click here to read the Femilift brochure from Alma Lasers 

 

 

 

Femilift can be combined with the O-Shot to enhance the rejuvenation effects of both treatments. After all, if we can rejuvenate our face with lasers and PRP injections, then why not our vagina to improve our very important intimate life.

 

Call 0800 NUCARE or use the contact form and schedule your appointment for a revolutionary treatment that works.

 

Dr Charles Runels discusses the Laser Enhanced O-Shot known as the LEO 

At Nucare Clinics we refer to the LEO as the Femi-O as we combine the Femilift laser procedure with the OShot

Published Research articles in Medical Journals on laser vaginal rejuvenation using a fractional CO2 laser

 

Vaginal rejuvenation using energy-based devices

Karcher, C., and Sadick, N. (2016) International Journal of Women's Dermatology, 2:3, 85 - 88

 

Sexual function after fractional microablative CO₂ laser in women with vulvovaginal atrophy.

Salvatore et al (2015) Climacteric 18:219-225

Conclusion: Fractional microablative CO2 laser treatment is associated with a significant improvement of sexual function and satisfaction with sexual life in postmenopausal women with VulvoVaginal symptoms.

 

Safety and long-term efficacy of fractional CO2 laser treatment in women suffering from genitourinary syndrome of menopause.

Behnia-Willison et al (2017). European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology & Reproductive Biology 213:39-44

Conclusion: In this study, fractional microablative CO2 laser treatment was associated with an improvement in symptoms of genitourinary syndrome of menopause and sexual function.

 

Fractional CO2 laser for vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA) dyspareunia relief in breast cancer survivors

Pieralli et al (2016) 294: 841-846

Conclusion: The treatment with fractionated CO2 laser appeared to be a feasible and effective treatment for vulvovaginal atrophy dyspareunia in breast cancer survivors with contraindications to hormonal treatments.