Relief from incontinence with a painless laser or RF treatment that requires no anesthesia.
For a groundbreaking, minimally invasive treatment for mild and moderate stress urinary incontinence, vConfidence has the solution. Stress incontinence is the most common type of incontinence in women. It typically occurs when your bladder leaks urine during physical activity or exertion, which means that it could happen at any inconvenient moment, such as when you cough, when you lift something heavy, stand, laugh, change positions or even just when you are exercising. The role of the muscles around the opening of your bladder is to control urine flow by squeezing the passageway to prevent urine from leaking through the urethra. When those muscles that power your ability to control your urine flow get weak or do not work, urine can then pass through involuntarily when even just the slightest pressure or stress is placed on your bladder. For many women, stress incontinence is a source of stress itself, because one doesn’t know when an embarrassing situation caused by an unexpected incident of incontinence could happen next.
HOW DO WE
TREAT stress Incontinence?
The most common causes of stress incontinence often include childbirth, surgery or an injury in the pelvic area, although some medications and generalized symptoms of aging can be associated to stress incontinence, as well as cancer treatment. At the top of the list of causes of incontinence is reduced estrogen levels in menopausal women, and vaginal childbirth. But in most cases, the fundamental underlying cause of weakened urine control is in the muscle tissue that controls the flow, and particularly it is due to a drop-off in collagen production in that tissue structure. To treat incontinence, vConfidence gets to the root of the problem with fractional CO2 laser or radio frequency procedures that trigger new collagen production with fibroblasts so that your muscles and vital tissues in the pelvic area are regenerated so you can have more control.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
• Varies from 1-3 sessions, 10 minutes each
How Much Does Treatment Cost?
• Ranges from $975 to $1,175 per treatment
Will There Be Any Downtime?
• No downtime!
What Are The
Most patients experience initial symptom relief within the first week of treatment, with the full effects being felt after your full course of treatment, which is often three sessions scheduled one month apart. As the tissue that controls the bladders ability to properly fill, empty and self-regulate itself is regenerated and energized by new collagen growth factors, your symptoms of overactive bladder are also overcome and are replaced by increased self-control and a better quality of life.
Don’t let stress incontinence stress you out anymore. Get the help you need so you can get back to a normal, vibrant life. With vConfidence, all your concerns and embarrassing symptoms will be treated simultaneously, effectively and safely. Contact us today.