Vaginal childbirth, obesity and aging all contribute to the changes seen in the pelvic floor region. These changes can result in women experience urinary leakage from time to time. Muscular training known as Kegel exercises, surgical slings and bio-indentical hormone replacement therapy have been the only options.
IncontiLase® is a unique gynaecology solution that uses the power of the industry’s highest performance Er:YAG, for the treatment of mild to moderate incontinence. Using non-ablative photo thermal stimulation we can shrink and tighten the vaginal and uretheral tissues, which subsequently gives the bladder great support and the normal continence function is restored. The procedure is incision less, no cutting, no bleeding, or sutures which is a great advantage for patients being able to return to normal activity immediately after the procedure.
Your treatment is provided by Dr. Nicole Clement, a sensitive and highly qualified physician. Book your consultation today.
If you experience any of the following symptoms:
Involuntary loss of urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing, or physical exertion such as running or climbing stairs.
This is especially true if your symptoms are causing you to avoid social events, withdraw from life, or feel depressed.
Treatment takes about 20 minutes to perform. During the procedure an attachment, similar to a pap speculum, is inserted into the vagina. Short non-ablative laser pulses are then delivered to the vaginal mucosa. This thermal heating effects the collagen of the urethera and vagina. Resulting in tightening of the vaginal and urethera to prevent leakage of urine. Patients can immediately return to their normal everyday activities and sexual activity may be resumed 3-7 days after treatment
Second treatment session. Two sessions are recommended to alleviate mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence.
Almost 70% of patients are dry after 120 days 120 days after IncontiLase treatment 94% of patients reported improvement and 68% of all patients claimed to be free of SUI symptoms.