In-Office Surgical Procedures

Dr. Freedland’s office is registered with the Florida Department of Health to perform in-office surgical procedures.  We are able to offer minimally invasive procedures to be performed in our office under light to moderate sedation.  This is not only more comfortable and convenient for our patients but it also reduces the cost of having to go to an outpatient facility.

The two primary procedures performed in our office are Novasure Endometrial Ablation and Myosure Tissue Removal.

NovaSure Endometrial Ablation

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A one-time procedure that can lighten or end heavy periods. This procedure is offered to women with heavy or long-lasting periods who not which to have children in the future. The NovaSure procedure is designed to leave your uterus intact by removing just the uterine lining – the endometrium – which is the part of your body that can cause heavy periods. No pills, or hormonal side effects, no hysterectomy.

Myosure Tissue Removal

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The MyoSure tissue removal system is an ideal treatment option if you are looking to reduce your heavy menstrual bleeding caused by polyps, fibroids, or other tissues causing trouble in your uterus, while retaining a fully functional uterus. The is especially important if you plan to have children in the future. It may also be a treatment option for women with infertility associated with unwanted tissue in the uterus.

Other In-Office Surgical Procedure Options

Dilation and Curettage (D&C)

A D&C is a procedure is a primarily diagnostic procedure to sample the endometrium (lining of the uterus). This procedure can be performed at the same time as the Myosure or Novasure.


LEEP stands for Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure. It is a treatment that tests and treats abnormal cell growth on the surface tissue of your cervix. A small electrical wire loop is used to remove abnormal cells from your cervix. The cells are then sent to a lab and tested for precancerous cells. This surgery is performed after abnormal cells are found during a pap test, colposcopy, or biopsy.

IUD Removal Under Anesthesia

If Dr. Freedland is not able to remove your IUD in the office, we offer the option of having it removed under anesthesia with a hysteroscopy. This typically happens when the IUD has attached to the uterine wall and cannot be removed under ultrasound guidance.