Do you struggle with bladder leakage, incontinence, or vaginal laxity?
Typically, women are twice as likely to suffer involuntary leakage due to the bladder weakening with childbirth, hormonal deficiencies, smoking, high impact activities, extra body weight, and excessive alcohol consumption.
Medications and pelvic muscle training to treat stress incontinence and vaginal laxity may not be enough.
Urine incontinence is a common symptom that affects one in four women. The prevalence of this problem increases with age, up to 75 percent of women above age 65 report urine leakage.
A woman’s physical, social, and psychological well-being may be adversely impacted. Quality of life at home and in the workplace may deteriorate, according to Mayo Clinic.
However, there is a bright side with non-surgical feminine rejuvenation with IncontiLase®.
Is there a non-surgical solution for incontinence?
Yes, there is a non-surgical alternative called IncontiLase®. It’s safe, effective, and affordable. This non-invasive laser procedure treats both mild to moderate stress incontinence, bladder leakage, and vaginal laxity.
How long does the procedure take?
The procedure is scheduled for an hour.
How many treatments are necessary?
The protocol for mild to moderate urinary stress incontinence and vaginal laxity is two treatments about 4 weeks apart.
When will I see results?
Results vary. Some will have immediate results. Others may notice a gradual change over the following weeks.
Am I the only one who feels embarrassed about these issues?
Stress incontinence and vaginal laxity are a result of normal life changes and life activities. It’s common for women to be hesitant to talk about these issues with friends and their primary care physicians.
Our physician and practitioners will make you feel at ease, confident, and eager to get started.
Feminine rejuvenation is an essential part of life and gaining your confidence back!