Dr. Christine Lee of The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute works closely with women who are interested in improving the contours of their body. However, many women are uneasy about disclosing other conditions to their doctor that may be embarrassing. Conditions such as stress urinary incontinence is a problem that many aging women have, as well as women who have had several pregnancies and experience loose vaginal muscles. When women are honest with their practitioners about the concerns they have, they can be introduced to procedures that can help improve their quality of life. This may include the IncontiLase procedure.
IncontiLase is commonly used for patients who are experiencing conditions such as stress urinary incontinence. The problem can be improved with patent-pending treatments of Er:YAG laser therapies achieved with IncontiLase. This laser therapy is best for patients with mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence as it can tighten the vaginal muscles and stimulate collagen production in the area for better vaginal support of the bladder.
IncontiLase treatment has tremendous advantages over surgical treatments. Patients do not have to deal with cutting of the skin, bleeding, risk of infection, sutures, and extended healing time needed to recover. Instead, they can enjoy a non-invasive treatment using the IncontiLase device to alleviate the problems they are experiencing and improve their quality of life.
IncontiLase treatment is fast and effective and does not require women to take any time off work or play to recover. The treatment is safe and effective and can provide exceptional results in just one to two sessions.
Women in the Walnut Creek, California area who want to learn more about this treatment for stress urinary incontinence are welcome to book an appointment with Dr. Christine Lee and her team of professionals at The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute. We recommend women learn about the procedure to determine if it is appropriate for their needs and can help them better control their incontinence issue with less embarrassment and more self-confidence.