Many women today face the problem of urinary incontinence. As a solution, they resort to using daily pads or restricting their outdoor activities. Laser treatment for urinary incontinence is a non-invasive method that does not require any incisions or stitches. Laser treatment has been proven effective. The laser beams stimulate the renewal of collagen in the treated area. On average, 3 sessions of laser treatment are administered with intervals of 4 to 6 weeks between each session. The absence of pain and discomfort after the treatment is crucial from the patient’s perspective.
INFECTION AND DISCHARGE
If you are experiencing recurrent infections and discharge that does not improve even after medication, the first step should be to change our dietary habits and boost our immune system. If there is still no improvement, laser treatment comes into play. With laser treatment, the rejuvenated vaginal mucosa resolves these issues.
WART TREATMENT AND LASER
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the virus responsible for the formation of genital warts. HPV Type 6 and HPV Type 11 are the usual culprits for genital warts in the genital area. Only a few of the existing warts are visible, while the majority of them are located beneath the skin’s surface. The treatment for genital warts involves using laser beams to remove these warts without causing excessive damage to the surrounding tissues, whether they are located on the surface or beneath the skin.
VAGINAL REJUVENATION AND TIGHTENING WITH LASER
In women who have given birth, normal vaginal delivery can lead to stretching and deformation of the vaginal tissues as they age. This can result in problems such as vaginal canal widening, reduced elasticity, and shape irregularities. With the help of laser technology, vaginal rejuvenation and tightening can be achieved without the need for surgery, incisions, or stitches. The procedure takes about 20-25 minutes and after the treatment, the patient can resume their normal activities. The most common feedback we receive from our patients during and after the procedure is the absence of pain.
POSTPARTUM SCAR TREATMENT WITH LASER
In laser scar removal treatment, controlled laser pulses are applied to the area of the patient’s abdomen or vagina. These laser pulses stimulate the skin area where the scar is located in a controlled manner. This stimulation leads to the activation of surrounding tissues, increased blood flow, stimulation of new collagen production in the tissue, and the initiation of healing mechanisms. As a result, the scar is significantly reduced.