For the convenience of our patients, we perform many common procedures in the comfort of our office
We pride ourselves in offering our patients a wide array of in-office procedures such as:
What is an Ablation? Ablation is a procedure used to stop heavy bleeding. Many women begin to experience heavy and/or irregular bleeding in their 30s and 40s, as they begin to get closer to menopause. Heavy periods are more than just an annoyance – they take a physical, social, and emotional toll as well. Fortunately, 90 to 95 percent of women can be helped by having an in-office procedure. The procedure performed typically takes from five to 15 minutes.
What can I expect? Prior to ablation, we typically perform a hysteroscopy and a dilation and curettage (D&C). We use a variety of leading devices, such as Novasure and Gynecare Thermachoice to perform the procedure.
Permanent Birth Control
What is Permanent Birth Control? Permanent birth control is a procedure that works with your body to create a natural barrier to prevent pregnancy.
What types do you offer? We offer Essure® for permanent birth control. The Essure® procedure offers women benefits that no other permanent birth control can. This simple procedure is performed in our office in a short amount of time and is surgery, hormone and anesthesia-free.
Is Permanent Birth Control right for me? When you know your family is complete, you may be ready to consider permanent birth control. More and more women like you are making the decision to have the procedure to prevent unplanned pregnancy, so they can fully enjoy their lives. They’re choosing lives without hormones or the hassle of temporary birth control methods, with the confidence of knowing that they are protected from unplanned pregnancy forever.
How do I find out more?
For more information about Essure® Please download the PDF
About Essure®-Non‑surgical Permanent Birth Control
or visit the Essure® website: www.essure.com.
For Essure®, Spanish visit www.es.essure.com.
Essure® TV Commercial
Essure® How the Procedure Works Video
What is a Hysteroscopy? Hysteroscopy is the inspection of the uterine cavity by endoscopy with access through the cervix. It allows for the diagnosis of intrauterine pathology and serves as a method for surgical intervention (operative hysteroscopy). There are no incisions. Risks are minimal and may include bleeding; infection; uterine perforation that may require laparoscopy, and anesthetic risks.
What can I expect? This surgery is usually performed to evaluate abnormal bleeding during a woman’s life span. Most often a D&C is performed in conjunction. This involves sampling the lining of the uterus, so that it can be evaluated under a microscope to rule out pre-cancerous or cancerous lesions. It is very uncommon to experience any significant pain after this procedure and you may return to your normal activities the day following surgery.
For more information or to schedule an office based procedure, please give us a call
at (904) 262-5333.