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In-Office Procedures

Ninoutchka Dejean, MD -  - Gynecology

Boca Women's Health

Ninoutchka Dejean, MD

Gynecology & Women's Health Specialist located in Boca Raton, FL & Pembroke Pines, FL

Sometimes, your gynecologist needs to address your health issue with a medical procedure, which in some instances may require an expensive, inconvenient trip to the hospital. Instead, Ninoutchka Dejean, MD, a board-certified gynecologist at Boca Women's Health saves you the inconvenience and expense by providing in-office procedures, including treatments for fibroids, heavy periods, infertility, and much more. Find out more by calling the office in Boca Raton, Florida, today or booking a consultation online.

In-Office Procedures Q & A

Which health conditions are treated by an in-office procedure?

Boca Women's Health is equipped to address many of the most common gynecologic conditions. You may opt for an in-office procedure to:

  • Remove uterine fibroids
  • Diagnose the cause of irregular bleeding
  • Treat heavy periods
  • Investigate cellular changes on your cervix
  • Improve vaginal tone, sensation, and lubrication

Boca Women's Health also provides an in-office procedure to remove precancerous or cancerous cells following an abnormal Pap smear.

What in-office procedures are available?

Dr. Dejean provides the following women’s health procedures in the convenience of Boca Women's Health’s office:

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Colposcopy
  • Vaginal revitalization 
  • Novasure endometrial ablation
  • Hysteroscopic removal of fibroids
  • Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)

During your in-office procedure, the team at Boca Women's Health administers local anesthesia. Their priority is catering to your comfort and safety as you receive treatment. 

What is hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is an in-office procedure that involves a slim lighted tube called a hysteroscope, which goes into your uterus via your vagina. Hysteroscopy is a versatile procedure, effective at both diagnosing and treating the causes of heavy periods and other health issues. 

Dr. Dejean commonly recommends this procedure to find and remove fibroids or uterine adhesions, which are bands of scar tissue that may cause heavy bleeding. 

What is hysteroscopic removal of fibroids?

During this in-office procedure, Dr. Dejean uses a hysteroscope, along with small surgical tools, to remove fibroids, which are growths on your uterus. Hysteroscopy avoids the need for a surgical incision in your abdomen or pelvis.

What is endometrial ablation?

Endometrial ablation addresses heavy menstrual bleeding by removing the endometrium, your uterine lining. Boca Women's Health offers NovaSure®  endometrial ablation, a quick in-office procedure that uses radiofrequency energy to significantly minimize or stop heavy periods.

Explore the advantages of in-office procedures at Boca Women's Health. Call today or book a consultation to find out more.

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