Stress Incontinence – IncontiLase®

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can occur at any moment, but it doesn’t have to. Say goodbye to urinary incontinence and improve vaginal atrophy with Incontilase laser treatment. 

Our IncontiLase® Treatment

With our non-invasive IncontiLase procedure, the entire vaginal region is treated with short laser pulses using a small, speculum-like attachment. And after just three, 15-minute treatments, your body will naturally start to promote collagen growth within the vaginal walls & urethra, effectively stopping incidental urination.


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Causes of SUI

Urinary incontinence results from the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles and urethral sphincter. As they weaken, they can no longer support the bladder or the valve that stores the urine. Whenever the abdominal area is put under increased pressure, urinary incontinence occurs. 

Symptoms of SUI

The main symptom of SUI is urine leakage from activities such as:

  • Laughing
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Physical exercise
  • Or any activity that increases abdominal pressure

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Every one is different and so we treat each person uniquely for the best possible results. 
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does IncontiLase® hurt?

The treatment is relatively pain-free, though discomfort may differ between individuals.

What is the recovery time like?

You can immediately return to your normal everyday activities. Although, in order to achieve the best results, it is recommended that women should abstain from sexual intercourse for a period of between one to two weeks following the treatment.

How many treatments are required?

Typically 2-3 treatments with 4-6 week intervals are performed to achieve optimal results.

How do I qualify for SUI treatment?

To qualify for treatment, you should have had a pelvic exam and cervical smear with your doctor or gynaecologist within the last two (2) years.

Additionally, you should not receive this treatment if:

  • If you are currently suffering from a urinary or vaginal infection
  • If you are currently experiencing menstrual bleeding
  • If you are pregnant
  • If you are a heavy smoker
  • If you are obese (< 33 BMI)