Performed in our office in less than an hour, Essure offers women what no other permanent birth control option does…
a proven solution that doesn’t require hormones, cutting, going under general anesthesia, or slowing down to recover. Trusted by women and doctors for over five years, you can rely on Essure to let you worry less and enjoy every moment more.
Thank you for entrusting your heath care to Gynecology & Fertility, P.C. As part of our ongoing commitment to continually provide you with the most current care and procedures available, we want to keep you informed about some of the services that our office offers. One of these services is The Essure Procedure for permanent birth control.
If your family is complete, maybe it’s time for us to talk about Essure, a permanent birth control solution that has been trusted by women and doctors for over five years. Essure doesn’t involve hormones, cutting, scarring or the risks of general anesthesia when getting your tubes tied. Since no general anesthesia is required, it can be performed in the comfort of our office. Essure is covered by most insurance plans, so depending on your specific plan, payment may be as inexpensive as office co-pay.
The Essure procedure is very simple: a soft, flexible micro-insert is placed into your fallopian tubes to create a natural barrier that prevents sperm from reaching the egg. The procedure takes about 13 minutes to perform, and most women are able to leave within 45 minutes after the procedure.
The Essure procedure offers women the following benefits:
- No cutting
- No going under general anesthesia
- No slowing down to recover
- No hormones
- No guessing – a simple test can confirm when you can rely on Essure for birth control
…and never having to worry about unplanned pregnancy again!
Please contact our office today at 402-483-2886 to schedule a consultation to learn more about the Essure procedure. You can also visit our website (www.gfertpc.com) or the Essure website (www.essure.com). Watch the video to see how the Essure works and what women have to say about it.