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Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation

Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation – IncontiLase & IntimaLase

 Stress Urinary Incontinence Laser Treatment & Laser Vaginal Tightening

IntimaLase

• Solution for vaginal relaxation syndrome

• Photo-thermal tightening of the vaginal canal

• Minimally invasive, incision-less

• No anesthesia needed

• Walk-in/walk-out procedure

• Safe, quick and easy

• High success rate and patient satisfaction

What is IntimaLase?

IntimaLase is a patent-pending, innovative and unique non-invasive Er:YAG laser therapy. It is based on incision-less, non-ablative photothermal tightening of the vaginal canal. Preliminary clinical studies show that it is an efficient, easy-to-use, quick and safe procedure. The indication for IntimaLase is vaginal relaxation syndrome, which is the loss of the optimum structural form of the vagina. This process is generally associated with overstretching of the vaginal canal during childbirth as well as with natural aging.

How does IntimaLase® work?

The IntimaLase treatment is based on laser-induced thermal effects in the vaginal tissue, stimulating collagen remodeling and the synthesis of new collagen fibers. The final result of collagen neogenesis and remodeling is tightening of the vaginal canal. The laser used in IntimaLase® clinical trials is a 2940 nm Er:YAG with built-in proprietary technology solutions that enable delivery of specially composed laser energy packages to the vaginal mucosa tissue and to collagen-rich endopelvic fascia.

Unique advantages of IntimaLase

 For most patients included in the study, a single session was sufficient for significant tightening of the vaginal canal. If needed, the treatment was repeated after one month. No special pre-op preparation or post-op precautions were necessary. Patients could immediately return to their normal everyday activities. After one single treatment, clinical results show a tightened vaginal canal, greater sexual satisfaction and significant improvement in a patient’s quality of life.

IncontiLase

 • Solution for mild and moderate stress and mixed incontinence

• Photo thermal tightening of urethral and anterior bladder wall region

• Incisionless, minimally invasive

• No anesthesia needed

• Walk-in/walk-out procedure

• Safe, quick and easy

• High success rate and patient satisfaction

What is IncontiLase?

IncontiLase is a innovative and unique, patent-pending, non-invasive Er:YAG laser therapy for incontinence. It is based on non-ablative photothermal tension and shrinkage of the urethral and anterior bladder wall region. The indications for IncontiLase therapy are mild and moderate stress and mixed urinary incontinence (SUI). Preliminary clinical studies show that it is an efficient, easy-to-perform and safe procedure.

How does IncontiLase work?

 The IncontiLase treatment is based on precisely controlled laser-induced thermal effects in the mucosa tissue in the region of the vestibule and urethral orifice, as well as in the area along the anterior vaginal wall. The laser used in IntimaLase clinical trials is a 2940 nm Er:YAG, with built-in proprietary technology solutions that enable delivery of specially composed laser energy packages to the vaginal mucosa tissue and to collagen-rich endopelvic fascia. Studies have shown that the resulting collagen neogenesis and remodeling leads to the shrinking and tightening of irradiated tissues, and the return of normal continence function.

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Unique advantages of IncontiLase

 For a large majority of patients included in the study, a single session was sufficient to alleviate mild or even moderate stress urinary incontinence. If needed, the treatment was repeated after one month. No special pre-op preparations or postop precautions were necessary. Patients could immediately return to their normal everyday activities. Additional advantages of IncontiLase® are that the procedure is incisionless and virtually painless, with no ablation, cutting, bleeding, or sutures. Recovery is extremely quick without the need for the use of analgesics or antibiotics.