Surgical Procedures

Our team of gynecological surgeons at Clifton OB/GYN has mastered the latest technologies to bring you the very safest and least invasive surgical procedures available.

Our physicians are experienced in most in-office and hospital performed surgical procedures. Their success rate and knowledge of the latest technologies and procedures insure you are provided the most comprehensive screening and safe surgeries when the need arises.

 Our in-office procedures include DaVinci Gynecological Surgery  Colposcopy Endometrial Ablation (Novasure), Tubal Ligation (Essure), Amnio-Cryrocautery Hysteroscopy, Loop Electro-surgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)


DILATION AND CURETTAGE (D&C)

This is commonly performed to remove tissue in the uterus that may be causing abnormal vaginal bleeding, including post-partum retained placenta.

To remove retained tissue (also known as retained POC or retained products of conception) in the case of a missed or incomplete miscarriage; and uncommonly as a method of abortion.  In contrast, D&C remains ‘standard care’ for missed and incomplete miscarriages in many countries despite the existence of alternatives currently used for abortions.

 


DAVINCI HYSTERECTOMY

 Laparoscopically Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy is a minimally invasive removal of the uterus and cervix, done with laparoscopy.


LAPAROSCOPY-MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY(MIS)

The laparoscope allows doctors to perform both minor and complex surgeries with a few small cuts in the abdomen.

There are a number of advantages to the patient with laparoscopic surgery versus an open procedure. These include reduced pain due to smaller incisions and hemorrhaging, with a shorter recovery time.


 PELVIC FLOOR REPAIR AND PELVIC PROLAPSE MESH REPAIR

 We want you to understanding the surgical options available to treat pelvic organ prolapse, the pros, cons, risks and benefits before making a decision regarding surgical repair.

There are several procedures available when selecting a repair, all areas of weakness in the pelvic floor must be evaluated and accounted for before surgery is planned.


MYOMECTOMY

Patients have many options in the management of uterine fibroids, including: observation, medical therapy (such a GNRH agonists), hysterectomyuterine artery embolization, and high-intensity focused ultrasound ablation.

Despite these many options, the surgical approach of selected fibroid removal remains an important choice for those women who want or need to preserve the uterus.


 TUBAL LIGATION

Tubal litagation is a permanent method of birth control done by closing the fallopian tubes.


 OVARIAN CYSTECTOMY

Ovarian cysts were the fourth most common gynecologic cause of hospital admission.

Most cysts spontaneously resolve while some will persist. The persistent ovarian cysts are most likely to be surgically managed. The standard surgical approach to presumptively benign ovarian cysts is the laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy. Indeed, it is one of the most common procedures performed by the practicing obstetrician gynecologist.


ROBOTIC ASSISTED CERVICAL CERCLAGE

Minimally invasive treatment for cervical incompetence during pregnancy, using sutures.

 


 

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