Conway OB/GYN performs many minor surgeries in our office, saving you time, cost, and the need for general anesthetic. For many patients, they find that these in-office procedures are less stressful and more convenient than being admitted to the hospital.
IUD Placement & removal
An IUD is a small, T-shaped device that is placed in the uterus by your provider. Once it is in, you cannot feel it and it will be effective for 3-10 years, depending on which one you have. If you decide you want it out early, your provider can schedule a removal.
This is a minimally invasive procedure that destroys the lining of your uterus. The goal of this procedure is to reduce your menstrual flow, sometimes eliminating it completely.
If your current Overactive Bladder (OAB) treatment isn’t working or you can’t tolerate it, we recommend BOTOX®. This procedure is done in our office, saving you from hospital charges, and is covered by insurance. BOTOX® works for up to 6 months, which is why re-treatment is about 2 times a year and is extremely effective. Learn more here.
This procedure is sometimes used to treat mildly abnormal cells on the cervix but more often used to treat bleeding after sexual intercourse or excessive vaginal discharge.
Your provider may need to take a biopsy for a number of reasons, such as confirming cell abnormalities. This requires taking a sample of tissue and sending it to our lab for testing.
This procedure allows your provider to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose and treat causes of abnormal bleeding.
Your provider may perform this procedure if abnormalities are found during your routine Pap smear. They will use a heated, metal hoop to remove abnormal cells or tissue.
Nexplanon Insertion & removal
Nexplanon is a small, flexible arm implant that is placed discretely by your provider. It is a long acting birth control that releases hormones that stop the release of eggs. This method is effective for up to 3 years and can be removed early by your provider.
This in-office procedure allows your provider to take a deeper look at the tissues in your cervix. Your provider will use a colposcope to look at your cervix. If they see any abnormalities, they will take a sample of tissue and send it to our lab for testing.
For more delicate and intensive procedures, we partner with Conway Regional Medical Center to provide the best in-patient care available. We are located on the Conway Regional hospital campus and have performed thousands of procedures within its walls. Our integration with the hospital makes even inpatient surgery as stress-free as possible.
Da Vinci robotic surgery
The da Vinci surgical system gives your surgeon an advanced set of instruments to use in performing robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery. The robotic instruments enhance your surgeons performance so that they can complete the operation with only a few small incisions.
While urinary incontinence is extremely common, we know it can disrupt your daily life. Our providers can help improve your condition through a number of minimally invasive procedures. Learn more about how we treat incontinence here.
This procedure is the surgical removal of the uterus. It may also include the removal of ovaries, Fallopian tubes, and other surrounding structures. Your provider will consult you on what will work best for your health and lifestyle.
Pelvic floor repair
When the pelvic floor is damaged during child birth, or other circumstances, your provider may suggest pelvic floor repair. Consult with your provider if you think this procedure may work for you.
This low-risk, minimally invasive procedure allows your provider to take a better look at the contents of your abdomen or pelvis.
laparoscopy tubal ligation
This permanent form of birth control requires the cutting or blocking of Fallopian tubes. Consult your provider if you believe this method is right for you.
dilation and curettage
This procedure allows your provider to remove uterine tissue to diagnose and treat certain uterine conditions, such as heavy bleeding.
This is a surgical procedure to remove non-cancerous growths from the uterus. These growths typically appear during child bearing years, but can occur at any age.
A cerclage procedure, also known as a cervical stitch, involves shutting the cervix to prevent pre-term labor or miscarriage.
This minimally invasive procedure involves removing cysts from your ovary. Ovarian cysts are common and your provider will consult you on the best treatment.
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