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Performed In The Comfort Of Our Office: The Essure procedure can be performed safely and comfortably because no incisions are required.

Options: Birth Control- Procedure Essure

When your family is complete, and you no longer want to worry about unplanned pregnancy, it is important to consider your options; birth control using the latest procedure Essure may be right for you. Essure is gentle, hormone-free and involves no cutting or incisions. The Essure procedure does not have the risks of undergoing a tubal ligation procedure ("getting tubes tied"). Unlike tubal ligation where the fallopian tubes are cut, clipped, burned or tied, the latest procedure Essure is non-invasive and works with your own body to create a natural barrier against pregnancy..

How Essure Works....



Essure Effectiveness

The Essure procedure has been trusted by women and doctors for more than five years and is Essure is 99.74% effective (visit www.essure.com for more information).

Essure Is Covered By Most Insurances & Family PACT

Procedure Essure is covered by most health insurance providers and by California Family PACT. Payment may be as low as a simple co-pay or free for patients that qualify for Family PACT. For more information on Family PACT, continue reading our Essure & Family PACT page.

Essure Risks & Benefits

Essure may not be right for you and Dr. Ghodsian will discuss the risks and benefits of the Essure procedure with you and recommend alternative birth control options to you if you are not a Essure candidate. Other methods and options of birth control are available such as medications, injection, rings, and IUDs. Risks of Essure may include cramping, pain, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, light headedness, bleeding and spotting. Visit www.essure.com for a complete list of the risks and considerations of Essure.

Essure Micro Insert


Essure Is Permanent Sterilization

The Essure procedure is not reversible and is permenant sterilization. However, you must use another form of birth control for at least three month after the Essure procedure.

Essure Pamphlet: This pamphlet will provide you with a quick overview of the Essure procedure. Download5

Patient Information Booklet: This Patient Information Booklet is a very detailed overview of the Essure procedure. Download4

Essure Confirmation Test Brochure: This brochure provides you with information on the Essure Confirmation Test. Download3

Essure Procedure Video: This animated video provides an overview of how the Essure procedure is performed and how it works with your body to prevent pregnancy. Play Animation2

Listen to Essure Patients: This video features women who have had Essure, sharing their experiences about the procedure and how it has impacted their lives. (This video may take up to 30 seconds to download).Watch Video1

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