Urinary incontinence at Dermacare: With laser therapy symptom-free in everyday life
For urinary incontinence, such as Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), Dermacare offers the effective treatment with the Femilift Laser, which is almost painless and is carried out on an outpatient basis.
The modern laser technology makes it possible to activate the body’s own regeneration mechanisms, through natural skin renewal and activation of collagen production, the inner vaginal wall and pelvic floor are tightened and strengthened, through stabilisation of the tissue around the urethra, control of the bladder returns.
Already after the first treatment, the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence are noticeably reduced. Your specialists at Dermacare will advise you in detail on the course of a stress-urinary incontinence treatment.
Professional treatment with advanced technology
For vaginal rejuvenation we use a specially developed CO2 laser, which enables a safe and effective treatment.
The experience and conscientious handling of the technology is crucial. All specialists have appropriate additional training. We can therefore look back on satisfied customers and great results in vaginal rejuvenation.
In a detailed informative conversation, the doctors will advise you about your wishes. You will receive an individual assessment of the expected success of the treatment, the costs and everything you need to know about the procedure and the follow-up treatment.
Femilift - Laser therapy for urinary incontinence
When can treatment with the Femilift Laser be considered?
Almost one third of all women between the ages of 30 and 60 suffer from urine leakage, a so-called stress or strain incontinence, when laughing, sneezing, coughing or doing sports.
The cause of incontinence symptoms is often the stress of childbirth, other strains, frequent infections or hormonal changes during the menopause. In advanced age, urinary incontinence is not uncommon in women.
The almost painless treatment with the Femilift Laser can significantly reduce the symptoms of strain or stress incontinence grade 1 and 2, often also referred to as bladder weakness, within a short period of time and thus improve the quality of life in the long term. Compared to surgery, the method is minimally invasive, so there is no downtime.
The treatment with laser light stimulates skin renewal and collagen formation and thus tightens the connective tissue. By activating the body’s own regeneration mechanisms, the mucous membrane is renewed, so we speak of vaginal rejuvenation, in which the entire vagina is strengthened.
Learn more about the possibilities in our practice for stress urinary incontinence.
This is how the stress-urinary incontinence therapy at Dermacare in Vienna works:
Dr. Latowa at Dermacare works with state-of-the-art laser technology, with the help of which complaints such as urinary incontinence can be treated on an outpatient basis, almost painlessly and sustainably.
Before the treatment, an analgesic cream is applied to the outer vagina and at the entrance to the vagina before the CO2 laser is inserted vaginally with the appropriate attachment. For treatment, the laser beam is activated, which hits the skin by rotating the handpiece, centimeter by centimeter, in a radius of 360 degrees.
The thermal power of the laser activates the production of the body’s own collagen in the connective tissue layer below the mucosa, the so-called submucosa, and the entire mucosa is stimulated to renew itself. In the process, the connective tissue is tightened and blood circulation is stimulated. By strengthening the pelvic floor and the tissue around the urethra, complaints of bladder weakness or incontinence are greatly reduced after just one treatment.
The laser treatment is almost painless, lasts about 30 minutes and is performed on an outpatient basis.
According to experience, an optimal treatment result is achieved with 3 treatments, which are carried out at intervals of 4 weeks each. A refresher treatment after one year is recommended.
Laser treatment for bladder weakness is particularly successful at:
By tightening the vagina, undesirable changes and diseases in the intimate area, which can arise for example in connection with the aging process, after births or hormonal changes during the menopause, can be effectively treated.
The Femilift Laser is particularly effective for the treatment of:
- Stress incontinence or Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
- Weakness of the pelvic floor muscles
- Bladder weakness
- Lack of elasticity of the vaginal mucosa
- Vaginal dryness
- After birth and pregnancy
- Heavy physical strain
- After operations
- Recurrent cystitis
- Recurrent urinary tract infections
- Estrogen deficiency
- Pain during sexual intercourse (dyspareunia)
- Menopausal complaints
Why should you seek treatment at Dermacare?
- The treatment is suitable for women of all ages
- It is minimally invasive, almost painless and is performed on an outpatient basis
- No downtime. The treatments can be integrated into your everyday life
- No medication required
- No bleeding
- You only need three treatments
- Treatment is carried out by an experienced specialist
- Use of the latest technology
- Good public connection (Schwedenplatz) or parking garage for the car in the house
- Long opening hours
At the Vienna Dermacare institute, the laser treatment for urinary incontinence is carried out by Dr. Olga Latowa. For our Dermacare team, the well-being of our customers is our top priority. Please do not hesitate to contact our team if you have any questions. We will provide you with comprehensive and competent care at all times.
Do you still have questions about the Femilift Laser treatment?
FAQ stress urinary incontinence contains all the answers to the most important questions about stress urinary incontinence treatment at Dermacare. These questions give a first orientation, but do not replace a detailed consultation with the experts.FAQ about stress-urinary incontinence
Laser treatment in the genital area - for more female well-being
In this video the manufacturer explains how the vaginal treatment with the laser works:
Treatment procedure of the Femilift laser treatment
1. Anamnesis Questionnaire
The treatment procedure for a vaginal tightening or vaginal rejuvenation in Vienna with Dermacare is explained in detail below. An anamnesis questionnaire is completed before each initial treatment. This enables possible risks to be identified and prevented.
First of all, there will be a detailed preliminary talk with the specialist Dr. Latowa, during which you will be able to discuss everything that burdens you in your daily life. Pain during sexual intercourse, problems after giving birth or during menopause, urine loss during sports: Dr. Latowa deals with everything respectfully. Prepare yourself for the interview and speak openly about your wishes and expectations.
After a consultation, you can take a comfortable seat on the treatment chair.
An approximately 3cm thick applicator is carefully inserted into the vagina. Dr. Latowa starts the treatment. The laser now produces tiny "injuries" in the vagina, which are perceived as not unpleasant heat. The heat leads to the desired tightening of the collagen fibres and the tissue is stimulated to renew and thicken. This results in a successful vaginal rejuvenation.
The FemiLift laser treatment takes about 30 minutes.
4. After the Femilift treatment
After the vaginal tightening, you should refrain from bathing and sexual intercourse for 3 to 5 days. If the vulva is also treated extensively, it is advisable to apply a wound and healing ointment repeatedly every day.
Vaginal tightening/Vaginal constriction costs at Dermacare
In order for the treatment to be carried out, a finding of a PAP test or PAP smear is required. Please bring this with you to the consultation.
The initial consultation regarding vaginal rejuvenation takes place at Dermacare Vienna with Dr. Cermak. If treatment is carried out, no consultation costs are incurred. If a treatment does not take place immediately, € 60,- will be charged as a fee, which will be credited in case of a future treatment.