Juliet Laser for Urinary Incontience
Stress-related Urinary Incontinence is the most common type in women: it is estimated that around 24% to 29% of women will suffer from involuntary urination after their first vaginal delivery.
There are certain factors that increase the risk:
If you have had more than one pregnancy and multiple vaginal deliveries.
If you have pelvic prolapse. This happens when the bladder, urethra or rectum slide toward the vagina. A childbirth can cause nerve or tissue damage in the pelvic area, which can lead to pelvic prolapse even months or years after delivery.
Do you experience involuntary leakage of urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or do some physical exertion, even if it is light? We have good news!
Urinary incontinence is treatable 90% of the time and at VIDA we have the latest non-invasive treatment for this condition: the Juliet female laser.
How does the Juliet laser work to treat involuntary urination?
For urinary incontinence, the laser causes a restoration of the connective tissues and a regeneration of the mucus. This results in a dramatic improvement in symptoms that will be noticed immediately after the first treatment.
Juliet is an avant-garde Erbium-YAG laser. It is a non-invasive treatment, that does not require anesthesia. The treatment is quick and painless, and you will leave the office in less than 20 minutes. The treatment is performed by Dr. Javier Saldaña, certified gynecologist with more than 10 years of experience. He is bilingual and also specializes in vaginal rejuvenation.