Essure Removal Procedure / Tubal Reanastomosis

Do you have Questions about Essure Removal Surgery?

  • First, Let’s Define: What is an Essure Procedure?

    The Essure procedure is a medical procedure used to prevent pregnancy by carefully placing a small coil made out of nickel, stainless steel and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) inside of each fallopian tube. As the body recovers from this procedure it creates scar tissue at the beginning of the fallopian tube and forms a natural barrier that keeps sperm from reaching the eggs, thereby preventing pregnancy.

  • How Effective Is the Essure Removal Surgery?

    As time passes after having Essure procedure, the essure removal process can become an extensive surgery. As we noted in the question “What is an Essure Procedure”, the Essure Procedure creates scar tissue in the fallopian tubes and removing the Essure coils requires experienced doctors who are dedicated to the human body and knowing the way your internal systems work.

  • How you may benefit from an Essure removal procedure

    Whether you want the Essure Removal Surgery because you want to have children again, or if you are experiencing some negative side effects after having the Essure Procedure done and would like to reverse it, having the Essure removed can have positive results for patients who have experienced discomfort in their pelvic area, heavy menstrual cycles & even in correcting painful intercourse. This is an outpatient procedure that is done in our Surgical Center. Call Pacific Surgical Center for your free consultation!

  • Tubal Reanastomosis

    Medical specialists call the procedure of reversing a tubal ligation surgery (or getting your tubes un-tied) tubal anastomosis. Very rarely, after a tubal ligation reversal or other medical process your body can create a blockage in your fallopian tubes during the healing process that impedes your ability to successfully become pregnant. A Tubal Reanastomosis is the process of undergoing a second procedure to help re-connect your fallopian tubes around the block created by your body during the healing period, increasing the potential for conception. If you think you may require a tubal re-anastomosis, please contact us for a free consultation.

$2,800* Essure Removal Special

* Additional fees for general anesthesia, operating room and post-surgery recovery apply.

We were treated very well. Even through the consultation process, all of the staff was very informative and helpful. Leona


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