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If you’re living with incontinence in Omaha, NE, one of our vConfidence Certified Doctors can provide you with the treatment you deserve. Our doctors use the latest technology to make the lives of people living with incontinence easier.
Incontinence is a touchy issue that many women don’t like to talk about, but it’s time to remove the stigma. Our vConfidence Certified Doctors in Omaha, NE are able to use top of the line technology to enhance the lives of people with incontinence. Our methods don’t involve surgery or medication, and there’s absolutely no downtime.
Our painless and non-invasive procedure treats all kinds of incontinence, including stress incontinence, urge incontinence overflow incontinence, and overactive bladder.
Stress incontinence is often caused by surgery in the pelvic area or childbirth, but some other kinds of injuries, such as athletic injuries, can contribute to the problem. Stress incontinence happens from injury or weakening of the muscles controlling the flow of urine. Stress incontinence is when physical activity causes the bladder to leak. Most people experience this leakage when they cough, sneeze, stand up too fast, or attempt to exercise.
People with all kinds of medical conditions can experience urge incontinence. Urge incontinence occurs when the body isn’t properly responding to the urge to urinate. Typically, people know when their bladder is becoming full and have time to find a restroom. With urge incontinence, this feeling is sudden and often out of control. This leads to bladder leaks that are rapid and unavoidable.
Overflow incontinence is sneaky. This is when the bladder seems to leak urine at its own discretion, often slowly, without signaling the urge to urinate. This can happen when a woman has an inability to completely empty her bladder, or atrophy to the muscles surrounding the bladder that prevent leakage while she isn’t urinating.
Overactive bladder, often abbreviated as OAB, is an issue with the bladder’s ability to store urine. People with OAB often feel a persistent urge to urinate that sometimes remains even after they’ve emptied their bladders. This can lead to unexpected leakage, even when the bladder doesn’t feel full.
The key to treating incontinence in women is restoring collagen and repairing the tissue surrounding the bladder. The vConfidence treatment uses gentle pulses using fractional CO2 lasers or radio frequency technology to repair and restore the affected area. This is a minimally invasive, painless procedure. There’s no need to take time off of work, and you’ll be right back on your feet.
Contact a vConfidence certified physician in Omaha, NE today to begin your effective and painless incontinence treatment.
Dr. Frank Soto Leon is a board certified plastic surgeon trained in a wide variety of laser surgery techniques. He is a vConfidence certified physician who prioritizes the needs of his patients, striving to help them feel confident and secure.
Dr. Jennifer Tighe de Soto is a board certified aesthetic surgeon who can use both surgical and nonsurgical techniques to improve the lives and health of her patients. Her main goal is to restore the confidence of her patients, empowering them to feel their best.