Incontinence Treatment

Discover how Fractionated CO2 is applied non-surgically to stimulate tissue regeneration in the pelvic area. A new safe and painless treatment.

¿What is Fractional CO2 and how is it applied for Urinary Incontinence?
Fractionated CO2 laser is a fractionated light that precisely targets the deep layers of the vagina, generating greater tension in these tissues in each session.

It is a painless and quick procedure. An average of 3 to 4 sessions with 2-week intervals is required, the changes are rapid.

The evaluation to know if you are a candidate is carried out with an ultrasound that you can have at any place specialized in X-rays and determine the number of sessions, as well as the prognosis of results, which, in most cases, is very good.
¿How can you help?
The fundamental objective of this treatment is to address urinary incontinence by stimulating tissue regeneration in the pelvic area. Fractionated CO2 helps strengthen muscles and tissues, improving elasticity and support function in the region.

In addition to treating incontinence, this approach has been found to help improve the overall health of the area, providing additional benefits such as improved lubrication and reduced vaginal laxity.
  • Improved Bladder Control: By strengthening the tissues in the pelvic area, this treatment significantly contributes to improving bladder control, reducing the frequency and severity of urinary incontinence.
  • Non-Invasive Process: Unlike some surgical interventions, fractionated CO2 treatment is non-invasive, meaning patients can experience significant improvements without the need for surgery.
  • Stimulation of Regeneration: Fractionated CO2 technology stimulates tissue regeneration, which not only addresses incontinence but can also improve the overall health of the area.
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