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Essure is one of the best forms of permanent birth control. Unlike other options, Essure is a gentle 20-minute, non-surgical procedure that creates a natural barrier against pregnancy. Unlike some forms of birth control, Essure blocks the egg and sperm from meeting, so conception never occurs.

The Preferred Permanent Sterilization Method

More and more women are turning to Essure, the most effective* permanent sterilization method available. There are many reasons why women are choosing Essure as the best permanent birth control option for their family:

  • No surgery or incisions
  • No burning
  • No hormones
  • Minimal recovery time
  • Short 20-minute procedure

No Unplanned Pregnancies, Just Peace of Mind.

Our medical professionals have years of experience with Essure and the procedure can be done at our clinic within minutes. After insertion into the fallopian tubes, Essure works with your body to create a natural barrier against pregnancy.

After three months each patient needs to schedule a simple test at our clinic to verify that the fallopian tubes are fully closed. The Essure confirmation test is performed at our clinic, and gives the patient confidence from the worries of unwanted pregnancy. Some women still report slightly lighter or heavier periods than usual, but these changes can also be due to discontinuing hormonal birth control and not necessarily as a result of permanent birth control.

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