Juliet procedure at Spire Yale Hospital

A virtually painless way to treat vaginal health problems.

Rediscover your femininity

Many women suffer with vaginal problems that are difficult to talk about with loved ones, let alone a GP. It’s very common, and estimated that up to 50% of adult women experience leakage at least occasionally.1

Different stages of a woman’s life are accompanied by different experiences with regard to intimacy and sexuality. These are unavoidably linked to a variety of vaginal conditions which can impact the quality of life for the woman – physically, psychologically and sexually.

Childbirth and the menopause are just two life events that could cause a change in the intimate vaginal area.

After years of development and testing with outstanding results, we’re the first hospital in Wales to be able to offer the Juliet procedure. Using safe and established laser technology, the Juliet procedure can be performed on a walk-in, walk-out basis.


  • No side effects
  • Suitable for women of all ages
  • Minimally invasive, fast and hormone-free


The laser stimulates the generation of new collagen, blood vessels and tightening of existing collagen. This causes the vaginal tissue to thicken and tighten, reducing urinary incontinence and improving vaginal lubrication. The rejuvenated tissue is also less prone to burning and itching.

If you are suffering with vaginal health problems, Juliet could be the treatment for you. Juliet can treat:

  • Itching and dryness
  • Genitourinary syndrome of menopause
  • Painful intercourse
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Vaginal atrophy
  • Vaginal burning


The Juliet is a medical treatment that uses a unique laser which penetrates through the vaginal skin, without the need for surgery. It takes less than 20 minutes to perform for a fixed price of £1250*.

*An initial consultation priced at around £180 will be required prior to treatment.

Your consultants

Book an appointment on 01978 268 035

Call us if you’d like a consultation with one of our consultant gynaecologists and you’re funding your own treatment.

If you’re insured, call and advise your insurance company that you’ll be seeing one of our consultants, as you’ll need an authorisation code to book your appointment.

1source: European Society of Human Genetics. "New genomic analysis promises benefit in female urinary incontinence." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 28 May 2017.