Incontilase (Stress Urinary Incontinence) | Al-Shifa Future Hospital

Incontilase(Stress UrinaryIncontinence)

Incontilase(Stress Urinary Incontinence)

IncontiLase is an innovative, patented, Er:YAG lasertherapy for mild and moderate stress urinary incontinence (SUI) based on the revolutionary, non-invasive Fotona SMOOTH technology.

IncontiLase is a non-invasive, laser therapy to treat Stress Urinary Incontinence or SUI in women. It can be carried out at all stages whether it is mild, moderate or severe.
IncontiLase laser therapy works with non-ablative photo-thermal stimulation of connective tissues surrounding vaginal wall, vestibule, and anterior bladder wall and a urethral orifice that cause the production of new collagen fibers. They also cause tightening and shrinking of pelvic and vaginal tissues that result in bladder support and urethra.
According to clinical research, laser treatment for incontinence is a low-cost, easy to do, the safe and effective procedure to cure moderate or mild stress urinary incontinence as well as minimizing effects of severe urinary incontinence.

With the therapy, vaginal and pelvic fascia tissues are affected thermally that stimulates collagen neogenesis and remodeling in the area of the vestibule and urethral orifice, as well as the region along an anterior vaginal wall.
The purpose of non-ablative laser is to give targeted; heat induced thermal collagen denaturation that results in new collagen deposition. The process causes minimal
epidermal damage; therefore, it’s safer than other treatments.
Normally, laser micro-second heating of tissues is between 61 degrees and 67 degrees.
It generates desired results and the best thing is that there is no pain or injury at all.
Another good aspect is that the results are instant as well as permanent. This is basically a nonsurgical incontinence treatment that is not only fast but also persists for months to come.
As the final result of collagen, new growth is shrinkage and tightening of vaginal mucosa tissue. Collagen-rich endo-pelvic fascia and greater support to the bladder. The patient returns to normal continence function. The treatment is best for those who are unable to control urine. This condition can be really annoying and must be treated as soon as it occurs.

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