Is FemiLift Effective for Women of All Ages?

Is there a minimum or maximum age for this treatment?

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FemiLift is not age dependent

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FemiLift is designed to address vaginal laxity and menopausal vaginal atrophy in women of all ages. Obviously, there is no defined age at which these events occur, but the skin response to laser ablation will occur at all ages.

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The issues Femilift addresses are primarily issues experienced by women 40 years and older.  It is particularly useful for postmenopausal atrophy, which occurs in 50+ women.  That said, if a younger woman is experiencing stress incontinence or chronic vaginal dryness, she will likely see improvement with this therapy and may be a good candidate.  

Age for Femilift

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FemiLift is effective for women of all ages. To ensure you are a candidate, get clearance from your OBGYN prior to the procedure. The protocol in our office is not to treat any women under the age of 18

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Age requirement

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Thanks for your question. With the FemiLift™ there is no age requirement but rather areas a patient wishes to improve, either physically or aesthetically. FemiLift™ can help stimulate, strengthen, and tighten the vaginal walls in a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure. It is very common for women to struggle with vaginal looseness or incontinence. In addition to these uncomfortable experiences, vaginal looseness can cause a loss of sensation and enjoyment during intercourse. Hope this helps.

Bruce E. Katz, MD
New York Dermatologic Surgeon
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