In-office Procedures

In-office Procedures
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In-Office gynecological procedures are highly successful and cost effective. They offer the comfort of familiar surroundings and staff for the patient and their family. Common concerns such as heavy, frequent or long-lasting menstrual bleeding (Menorrhagia) can be treated simply and safely without hormone therapy with new ablation techniques.

  • Birth Control: Essure Sterilization
  • Birth Control: Implanon
  • Birth Control: IUD
  • Bone Density (DEXA) Scans
  • Dilation & Curettage (D&C)
  • Endometrial Ablation – Novasure
  • Endometrial Ablation – Her Option
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Hystosonography
  • Infertility Insemination
  • Labia Reduction
  • L.E.E.P
  • Ultrasound
  • Urinary Incontinence – Cystometrics

Birth Control: Essure Sterilization

Essure is a permanent birth control procedure that works with your body to create a natural barrier against pregnancy. Learn More >>

Birth Control: Implanon

Implanon is a contraceptive implant that is inserted just under the skin of your upper arm, providing up to 3 years of contraceptive protection.Learn More >>

Birth Control: IUD

Intra uterine devices (IUD) offer women highly effective, reversible contraception. An IUD can offer over 99% effectiveness, and can remain in the uterus for 5 to 10 years, depending on the device.

Bone Density (DEXA) Scans

A bone density test can determine if you have, or are at risk of, osteoporosis. The test measures the amount of calcium and other bone minerals within a segment of bone. The higher your mineral content, the denser – and stronger – your bones are. The test is a fairly accurate predictor of your risk – the results let you know how you compare with other people of your age, sex and similar characteristics.

Dilation and Curettage (D&C)

Dilation and curettage, also known as D&C, is a procedure in which the top layer of the uterus lining is scraped away. The procedure is performed for a variety of reasons, including:

  • To help determine the cause of abnormal bleeding
  • To remove abnormal tissue
  • To remove tissue after a miscarriage
  • To remove growths in the uterus such as polyps, scar tissue or tissue overgrowth

Endometrial Ablations: Novasure and Her Option

Heavy, frequent or long-lasting menstrual bleeding (Menorrhagia) can be treated simply and safely without hormone therapy with new ablation techniques.
Novasure: Learn More >>
Her Option: Learn More >>

Hysteroscopy

A hysteroscopy is a way to look at the lining of your uterus. This procedure may be done for a variety of reasons, including:

  • To help determine the cause of abnormal bleeding
  • To determine if a problem in your uterus is causing infertility
  • To remove growths in the uterus such as fibroids or polyps

Hystosonography

Hystosonography is an ultrasound technique to inspect the inside of a woman’s uterus. It is a valuable technique for evaluating unexplained vaginal bleeding or to investigate uterine abnormalities in women who experience infertility or multiple miscarriages.

Infertility Inseminations

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a procedure that involves placing sperm inside the uterus to facilitate fertilization. The treatment uses a catheter to place sperm directly into the uterus. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes, increasing the chance of fertilization.

Labia Reduction (Labiaplasty)

This procedure reduces the outward appearance of large labia and corrects any misshapenness or irregularities.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound imaging is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. 4-D ultrasound takes the three-dimensional still ultrasound images and add the element of time to produce a live-action sequence.

L.E.E.P. for Cervical Dysplasia

L.E.E.P. is both a biopsy and a removal of abnormal cellular growth found on the cervix (cervical dysplasia) that is of high risk of becoming cancerous.

Urinary Incontinence: Cystometrics

Cystometrics is used to evaluate urinary incontinence. The study measures the amount of fluid in the bladder when you first feel the need to urinate, when you are able to sense fullness, and when your bladder is completely full. The results help us determine the best approach for your care.