The hormone estrogen is responsible for keeping pelvic tissue healthy, thick, and strong. But as hormone decline naturally decreases with age during menopause, the walls, tissue and muscles that support the bladder can become thin and weakened. This can result in a lack of bladder control called “stress urinary incontinence” – which causes a woman to “pee a little” when she laughs, coughs, sneezes, works out, or lifts something.
diVa® laser treatments utilize hybrid fractional laser (HFL) technology to deliver two laser wavelengths, to stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin. This restores and thickens the tissues, walls and muscles in the vagina and surrounding pelvic area that support bladder control. As the rejuvenated tissue becomes thicker, stronger and more elastic bladder control improves and urinary incontinence is reduced or eliminated.
diVa® laser treatments only take a few minutes in our Dearborn office, are non surgical, non-hormonal, have no known side effects, and require no downtime.