Overcome Urinary Leakage with INCONTILASE

Did you know that 1 in 4 women experience loss of bladder in their lifetime? Some women may experience leaking urine when coughing, sneezing, or even laughing too hard. This can be embarrassing. However this bladder issue can be controlled and stopped by urine leakage treatment. If you are one of them who is experiencing this, it is your time to get to know IncontiLase, a non-surgical treatment to treat the loss of bladder.

What is Incontinence?

Bladder leakage (incontinence) or the loss of bladder control is a common problem for older adults or women who have given birth or gone through menopause. During pregnancy or after giving birth, women can experience light bladder leakage. Stress incontinence is usually the result of the weakening or damage of the muscles used to prevent urination, such as the pelvic floor muscles and the urethral sphincter. This leakage is often uncontrollable and can negatively impact your life.

Certain things such as pregnancy, obesity, family history, and age can increase the chance of urinary incontinence. Some of the signs of incontinence include:

  • Sudden, uncontrollable urge to urinate
  • Leaking urine during exercise, sneezing, or coughing
  • Frequent urination
  • Constant dribbling
  • Inability to empty the bladder
  • Bedwetting
  • Beaking urine after urination female



What is IncontiLase?

IncontiLase is a non-invasive Fotona laser treatment for mild and moderate stress urinary incontinence. This treatment uses Er:YAG laser to stimulate collagen production and strengthen the muscles in the pelvic floor.  


How Does it Work?

IncontiLase is a non-surgical treatment, which means that there are no incisions or anesthesia required. The procedure is also relatively short, taking only around 15-30 minutes to complete. To minimize discomfort, numbing cream is applied on your intimate area beforehand. After 30 minutes, the procedure begins by inserting a specially designed laser probe into your vaginal canal. The laser energy is then delivered to the tissues of the pelvic floor, which stimulates collagen production and strengthens the muscles in the area. This stronger muscles help to improve the support of the bladder and urethra, reducing the symptoms of urinary incontinence.

What Can I Expect After Having IncontiLase?

IncontiLase is designed to be painless and requires no downtime, allowing patients to resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure. No ablation, cutting, bleeding, or sutures are needed. The recovery is also extremely quick. This treatment is a safe and effective treatment option for women who suffer from mild to moderate urinary incontinence, and it has been shown to improve symptoms in up to 80% of patients.

IncontiLase Post Care

There is no specific post care medication after the IncontiLase procedure. However you need to avoid any activities that increase bladder pressure for about a month.

Frequently Asked Question

Who is the best candidate for IncontiLase?

If you wish to treat incontinence without undergoing surgery, you are the best candidate for IncontiLase. However, further examination with our professional is required whether you are suitable for IncontiLase or other treatments.
Is it painful?

The pain during the IncontiLase procedure is minimal. Our nurse will apply numbing cream on the treated area to make you comfortable with the treatment.
Is it safe?

Yes, IncontiLase is a safe and effective procedure for women experiencing incontinence. However pregnant women are not recommended to do this treatment.
Is menopause women able to do IncontiLase?

Yes, IncontiLase is safe to be performed on menopause women. But if you have severe dryness and irritation, our doctor might recommend starting the treatment with Renovalase. Some women can experience severe vaginal dryness after menopause. RenovaLase helps to treat vaginal dryness. Then you can continue the plan to have IncontiLase.
Is there any restriction age for IncontiLase?

All adult women who have bladder control issues can have IncontiLase treatment. Even so, the effectiveness might be less for advanced age because the body’s ability to produce collagen naturally is decreasing.
Is there any downtime?

There is no downtime required for IncontiLase. You can return your activity after the treatment.
Is there any side effect?

No side effects are reported for IncontiLase treatment. Most patients are satisfied with this treatment and consider to have second treatment.
Do I need some sessions?

Normally, our doctor would suggest having two sessions. After a full examination, our doctor will give you a treatment plan.
Will IncontiLase help to tighten the vaginal canal?

One of the benefits of IncontiLase is it can help to tighten the vaginal canal too. However, it will not give you a significant improvement because the laser aims to tighten the bladder muscles and tissues. For a greater result on vaginal tightening, you may consider IntimaLase.

Compared to surgical procedures to treat stress urinary incontinence or loss of bladder control, IncontiLase can give you many benefits. Surgical procedure takes time for recovery and needs hospitalization, even has potential risk. On the other hand, IncontiLase is quicker with no downtime required. For more information, do not hesitate to book a consultation with our professional at Eterna Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Clinic.