In-Office Procedures in Weston and Pembroke Pines

When it comes to in-office procedures, you should know that the Advanced OBGYN Institue strives to provide patients with a wide range of options, catering to the convenience, comfort, and needs of all of our patients with compassionate care, knowledgable staff and years of experience in the medical field.

Each and every patient will be handled with exceptional care during any in-office surgical procedure, along with tests and screenings.

In-office medical procedures, instead of having to go to a hospital, are performed in our practice, up to the highest medical standards, with anesthesia and utmost care.

Opting for OBGYN procedures in-office, patients don’t need to deal with hospital fees, nor will they have to negotiate with their insurance carriers when it comes to in-office procedures. You always have more flexibility and the option to discuss the best approach with your provider.

Which In-Clinic Procedures do We Perform?

Our patients can be pleased to see that we offer several OBGYN procedures in-office, such as the following:

Hysteroscopy is a simple procedure that is mainly used to diagnose (and treat) abnormal uterine bleeding and its causes. The hysteroscopy procedure enables healthcare providers to examine the inside of the uterus with a thin tube inserted through the patient’s vagina.

Generally speaking, it can be either a part of the diagnostic process or may play a vital role in treatments. As a diagnostic process, it may be used to identify the causes of abnormal bleeding, or it may be used to confirm the findings of other tests, such as ultrasounds.

On the other hand, d&c hysteroscopy (or hysteroscopic dilation and curettage) is an operative procedure that can address the abnormalities that were identified during diagnostic hysteroscopy. The two (operative and diagnostic) procedures may be performed simultaneously to avoid the need for further interventions.

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Leep, or loop electrosurgical excision procedure, is able to test and treat any cervical cell growth abnormalities on the organ’s surface tissue. With the LEEP procedure, an insulated wire loop removes abnormal tissue with the help of electricity (heat). Once the tissue is removed, it can be tested for cervical dysplasia, which may lead to cervical cancer if left unaddressed.

A LEEP procedure may help with early diagnosis and potentially prevent cervical cancer. Usually, LEEP is recommended after an abnormal Pap smear test or colposcopy biopsy that confirms the presence of abnormal cells in the cervix. The procedure may also be used to diagnose and treat other conditions like polyps or genital warts.

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A polypectomy or polyp removal is a procedure in which the growth inside the patient’s pelvic cavity involves cervical and hysteroscopic polypectomies (removing the polyps from the cervix and the uterus).

While polyps are usually benign, polyp removal may be recommended for various reasons. For instance, if the polyps cause troubles with a woman’s fertility, a polypectomy is the fastest way to address these uterine growths and help the patient become pregnant faster.

Often, doctors may recommend polypectomy to remove precancerous polyps, which aren’t malignant at the moment of the diagnosis but can turn into cancer in the future. Lastly, polyp removal may also be recommended if the growths are causing uncomfortable symptoms or other complications.

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D&C, or dilatation and curettage, is a minor surgical procedure that removes uterine tissue, consisting of two main steps:

  • Cervical dilation: Opening or dilating the cervix, which usually only dilates during childbirth.
  • Curette: With a thin instrument’s help, the healthcare provider scrapes the uterine wall to remove tissue.

Usually, the D&C procedure is used in the following cases:

  • Miscarriage
  • Unexplained bleeding between periods
  • Scraping leftover uterine tissue following an abortion

Often, curettage is performed together with a hysteroscopy when the healthcare provider aims to diagnose the cause of the medical issue first, then treat it at the same time if possible

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Endometrial ablation surgery is a surgery that uses different energy types (heat, cold, etc.) to destroy the uterine lining. Endometrial ablation is often recommended if heavy periods are causing problems for patients. Typically, a hysteroscopic endometrial ablation has fewer limitations and is less dangerous than a hysterectomy.

Usually, endometrial ablation surgery is the first route medical experts recommend taking if medications don’t help stop heavy bleeding. Still, the endometrial ablation procedure isn’t for everyone. Patients planning to have a family or an abnormally shaped uterus might want to reconsider the procedure.

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To learn more about the in-office procedures we provide, reach out to us today.


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