About The Juliet
The Juliet treatment leads not only to a tightening of the internal vaginal walls, but it also involves specific functional changes, for example the regaining of functionality when treating for urinary incontinence and also the restoration of tissue metabolism in the case of vaginal atrophy.
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How The Treatment Works
The wall of the vagina is composed of four different layers:
• Mucosa – Internal lining of epithelial tissue made up of squamous epithelial cells
• Sub-mucosa – Connective tissue that supports the mucosa and connects it to the muscularis
• Muscularis – Muscle tissue
• Adventitia – Connective tissue interlaced with elastic fibers, connects the vagina to surrounding organs.
The vaginal walls are usually collapsed so that they touch each other. The walls have many folds, which allow the vagina to enlarge during sexual intercourse and childbirth. Glands near the opening of the vagina secrete mucus to keep the mucosa moist. The objective of the laser treatment is to reach the sub-mucosa, which is elastic and rich in collagen and can be stimulated “selectively”, meaning without damaging the surrounding tissue. Thanks to the special characteristics of its wavelength, the Erbium:YAG laser is able to reach this goal in a very fast and effective way, avoiding unwanted side effects on the surrounding tissue.
Immediately after treatment a significant decrease of Vaginal Atrophy Symptoms including vaginal dryness and painful intercourse. In addition the treatment provides a significant improvement in Stress Urinary Incontinence. The treatment is well tolerated with less than 2 % of patients discontinuing treatment due to adverse events.
The Juliet treatment significantly improves vaginal dryness, dyspareunia and mild-moderate Urinary Incontinence.
One very important consideration when choosing a treatment is to ensure your gynaecologist has the ability to easily monitor whether the treatment has improved symptoms and achieved your goal.
The Juliet Audit is an intuitive audit tool that enables clinician’s the ability to see how the treatment has impacted their patients symptoms and affect their quality of life.
If you have the Juliet treatment you may be asked to participate in the audit. It is entirely your choice to decide whether you wish to do so..