Gynecology Surgeries & Procedures
Performing GYN procedures requires a special blend of the best experts, latest technology and great compassion. At CWC you will find all three.
Our highly experienced physicians and staff members will give you the best attention and care possible. Our main focus is your optimal health and we will put all our efforts towards this goal. The Complete Care Surgical Center is also equipped to handle any type of GYN and early pregnancy emergency surgery.
Myomectomy – Fibroid removal
Repair of Uterine/Endometrial Polyps
Laparoscopic Uterine Nerve Ablation
Dilation and Curettage
Cone Biopsy and LEEP
Cervical Cerclage for Miscarriage Prevention
Vaginal Lift – Colpopexy
Repair of Menopausal Vaginal Stenosis
Repair of Painful Episiotomy Scars
3D Single incision Hysterectomy
Supra Cervical Hysterectomy
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
Excision of the Bartholin Cyst and Atheromas
Laser Treatment of Precancerous Conditions
Oophorectomy – Removal of Ovaries
Botox Injections in Bladder
Collagen Injection for Bladder Weakness
In-Stream Bladder Pacemakers
Interstitial Cystitis Diagnosis and Treatment
Mini-Laparoscopic Tubal Sterilization
Selective Excision of Tubal Ends
Tubal Pregnancy Treatment
Early Pregnancy Procedures
10% – 25% of pregnancies in the USA have complications during the first 13 weeks. We are here to help.
Our highly trained surgeons are trained to diagnose and treat early pregnancy emergencies including emergency dilation and curettage, treatment of a spontaneous abortion, tubal or ectopic pregnancies, and other emergencies that put both mom and her baby at risk. Our team is trained to monitor and reduce any risk to both mom and baby through the surgery.
A dilation and curettage procedure, also called a D&C, is a surgical procedure in which the cervix (lower, narrow part of the uterus) is dilated (expanded) so that the uterine lining (endometrium) can be scraped with a curette (spoon-shaped instrument) to remove abnormal tissues. A suction D&C uses suction to remove uterine contents. A sample of uterine tissue is also taken and viewed under a microscope to check for abnormal cells. The procedure can be either operative or diagnostic. In case of early pregnancy complications it is used to treat a miscarriage.
A tubal, or ectopic, pregnancy, occurs when the embryo implants itself outside the uterine cavity – commonly within one of the two Fallopian tubes. A tubal pregnancy can’t proceed normally. The fertilized egg can’t survive, and the growing tissue might destroy various maternal structures. Left untreated, life-threatening blood loss to the mother is possible. Early treatment of a tubal pregnancy can help preserve the chance for future healthy pregnancies.
In this procedure, a small incision is made in the abdomen, near or in the navel. A laparoscope is then used to view the area. Other instruments can be inserted into the tube or through other small incisions to remove the ectopic tissue and repair the Fallopian tube. If the ectopic pregnancy is causing heavy bleeding or the Fallopian tube has ruptured, emergency surgery may be necessary and is performed through an abdominal incision (laparotomy). In some cases, the Fallopian tube can be repaired. Our team of highly-skilled surgeons will do their best to preserve the Fallopian tubes for future pregnancies.
The Complete Care Surgical Center is more than just the most advanced surgical center for pelvic procedures. As a leader in women’s health, we are proud to offer the latest and safest breast procedures from the top breast surgeons. Our providers are able to perform breast biopsies, reconstruction, and other advanced procedures. With our advanced training and instruments, we are the top choice among women for breast procedures. The compassion and knowledge of the GYN Surgical Institute team has helped us successfully treat thousands of patients. It is our sincerest wish that we will have the opportunity to assist all women with their breast surgery needs.
Breast reconstruction is achieved through several plastic surgery techniques that attempt to restore a breast to near normal size, shape, and appearance after a mastectomy. We perform cosmetic surgeries only in cases where a patient had a procedure done and needs cosmetic surgery. We do not do breast argumentation and similar procedures.
A breast biopsy is performed to remove some cells from a suspicious area in the breast and examine them under a microscope to determine a diagnosis.
Each type of biopsy has pros and cons. The choice of which type to use depends on how suspicious the tumor looks, how big it is, where it is in the breast, how many tumors there are, other medical problems you might have as well as your personal preference. We perform different types of biopsies and our specialist will choose the best option for your biopsy according to your health situation.
Core Needle Biopsy
A core needle biopsy (CNB) is much like an FNAB. A slightly larger, hollow needle is used to withdraw small cylinders (or cores) of tissue from the abnormal area in the breast. A CNB is most often done in the doctor’s office with local anesthesia (you are awake but your breast is numbed). The needle is put in 3 to 6 times to get the samples, or cores. This takes longer than an FNAB, but it’s more likely to give a clear result because more tissue is taken to be checked.
Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy
In a fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB), the doctor (a pathologist, radiologist, or surgeon) uses a very thin needle attached to a syringe to withdraw (aspirate) a small amount of tissue from the suspicious area. This tissue is then looked at under a microscope.
Surgical (Open) Biopsy
Our doctors will first try to figure out the cause of a breast change by doing a needle biopsy, but in some cases a surgical biopsy may be needed. A surgical biopsy is done by cutting the breast to take out all or part of the lump so it can be looked at under a microscope. This may also be called an open biopsy.
Conditions we treat
Uterine Fibroids are benign tumors that originate in the muscle part of the uterus called the myometrium.
Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can form in the ovaries. Many women will experience a cyst on the ovaries at some time during their lives. Most