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Reproductive Surgery

At Sincera Reproductive Medicine, you’ll never be turned away for having complex medical conditions that require surgery. Our physicians are trained surgeons who are proud to offer the full spectrum of reproductive care, including the following procedures.


This is a diagnostic test that uses a very small camera (hysteroscope) to assess the inner walls of the uterine cavity for fibroids, polyps, and scar tissue. A hysteroscope is inserted into the uterus through the cervix from the vagina to directly visualize the inside of the uterus. Removal of fibroids, scar tissue, and polyps may be performed in this way without having to operate through the abdomen. This procedure is performed for:

Septum resection
Ashermans Syndrome


Laparoscopy is an outpatient surgical technique in which a small, narrow, lighted instrument is placed through the belly button to allow direct visualization of the ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes and peritoneal cavity. Various laser and microsurgical procedures can be performed through the laparoscope, using additional small incisions at the pubic hairline. It is used for:

Ovarian Cyst removal
Endometriosis treatment
Assessment of the fallopian tubes patency
Scar tissue removal
Chronic pain procedures

Advanced Surgical Options

Robotic Surgery (da Vinci system)

If you require myomectomy (removal of uterine fibroids) or tubal ligation reversal, you may be a candidate for the da Vinci system. Currently the world’s most technologically advanced surgical robotic system, it allows surgeons to operate with extreme precision and accuracy, resulting in smaller incisions and much faster recovery time.


A laparotomy involves a surgical incision through the abdomen, typically four to six inches in length, to allow direct visualization and correction of the reproductive structures. It typically is recommended for removing large fibroids.


This fine, delicate surgery requires magnification, often using a microscope. It is used to reconnect tied tubes after sterilization or repair blocked fallopian tubes. It also is used for sperm extraction.

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