RBH launches a new cosmetic clinic for women

August 28, 2014 11:39 am

As part of its continuous efforts to keep updated with the latest medical advancements, services and equipment, Royal Bahrain Hospital (RBH), 60-Bed, multi-specialty hospital based in Salmaniya, Bahrain, has recently announced the opening of the Royal Cosmetic Gynaecology Clinic, which is the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The clinic offers complete surgical & non-surgical options, including Labiaplasty, vaginal tightening, correction of vaginal and uterine prolapse, vulval refilling with stem cells. To further enhance its services, the clinic is also equipped with the latest “Intimalase” laser technology, the new Clinic is specialized to serve women who have undergone severe physical changes due to childbirth or reaching menopause, and also to women who wish to restore the appearance and feel of their privates without having to go under the knife.

IntimaLase laser does not require surgery or incisions; it is a safer, faster, and more patient friendly solution than other laser methods that have been used before. It works by thermally stimulating the vaginal tissue with the laser, remodeling the area through the stimulation of the body’s natural collagen fibers. With this new technology there are no special pre-operation preparations or post-operation precautions. Patients can immediately return to their normal everyday activities.

Commenting on this, Dr. Kiran Bijlani, Consultant – Obstetrics and Gynaecology said, “Usually, undergoing cosmetic surgeries have great emotional effect on the patients, as it helps them to restore their self- confidence and improve their self-esteem in addition to helping them to accept their own appearance. It can be a solution to a better emotional wellness.”

“I highly recommend trying the Intimalase laser, it’s absolutely innovative technology and has safe, effective and guaranteed outcomes,” she added.

Worth mentioning, RBH delivers state-of-the-art-medical care with a professional team of doctors, nurses, paramedics and administrators, combined with high-end facilities and equipment from countries such as Germany and the USA. Furthermore, the hospital has a modern Hospital Information System (HIS), which allows operations to be almost paperless. It provides affordable, safe and competent care to its patients, keeping with the highest international standards.