In-Office GYN Procedures

Today there are a number of procedures safely performed in the comfort of our office, under local anesthesia. This may mean lower out-of-pocket costs for you.Your physician will recommend the best approach for you.


Endometrial Ablation

NovaSure® is a non-surgical office-based endometrial ablation procedure used to treat the lining of the uterus (endometrium) in women experiencing heavy menstrual periods. Your physician may recommend this procedure when birth control pills have been ineffective or have produced undesirable effects such as weight gain, moodiness etc.


Novasure is a safe procedure using radiofrequency energy (radio waves) to permanently remove the uterine lining (endometrium). The procedure is performed by your physician gently inserting a thin wand, with a mesh array, into the uterus. Once the mesh has conformed to the uterine wall, a radio frequency is generated for about 90 seconds and the wand with the array is then removed. Similar to the results from Thermochoice®, the uterine lining will be shed over the next week to 10 days. Results have included a significant reduction in menstrual bleeding, stopped periods, reduced PMS symptoms, and reduced pain and cramping.

Learn more about Novasure.


Hysteroscopy is an office or hospital-based procedure that is used to look inside the uterus. It utilizes a hysteroscope, a slender telescope-like device, which is inserted into the uterus. The procedure is commonly used to:

  • diagnose or treat uterine problems associated with abnormal bleeding
  • to help with the diagnosis of frequent miscarriages
  • to locate an intrauterine device
  • remove adhesions caused by infection or past surgeries
  • perform sterilization procedures
  • Women who are pregnant should not have the procedure.



The resources below help to answer your questions about in-office procedures we offer.



Endometrial Ablation

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