Can laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Help with SUI?

If SUI is affecting your quality of life, you may want to consider laser treatment. Laser treatment is one of the therapies now being used to treat women struggling with SUI, but can laser vaginal rejuvenation really help with SUI.

What is SUI?

SUI or stress urinary incontinence refers to the involuntary leakage of urine as a result of sudden physical activities that put stress on the bladder, such as coughing, laughing, or sneezing. SUI is usually caused by the weakening of the muscles and tissue that provide support for the bladder.

What is laser vaginal rejuvenation?

Laser vaginal rejuvenation is a procedure that uses laser energy to resurface the tissues of the vaginal wall. The laser energy heats the tissue in order to initiate cell regeneration, and stimulate the production of new collagen. FemiLift by Alma Lasers is the leading laser vaginal rejuvenation treatment.

Can laser vaginal rejuvenation help with SUI?

Yes, FemiLift has proven to be an effective treatment for SUI. Patients with SUI that have had FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation done, report a significant improvement in bladder control after treatment. Consequently, there is a high level of patient satisfaction (click here to learn more).

How FemiLift helps SUI

FemiLift uses fractional CO2 laser energy to heat the deep tissue layers of the vaginal wall. This creates a thermal effect that remodels existing collagen fibers, and tightens the vaginal tissues. It also strengthens the surrounding muscles and tissues of the pelvic floor. As a result, patients can better control urine.

How many FemiLift treatments do I need?

Doctors recommend a series of 3 FemiLift treatments for optimal results. Sessions are spaced 4-6 weeks apart.

Are you interested in laser vaginal rejuvenation? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Plymouth Meeting, PA area, The Pennsylvania Center for Plastic Surgery is our featured practice.

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