"We perform the Essure procedure in our clinic under local anesthesia so that women can return to all the things important to them as soon as possible. We are excited to offer this wonderful option to women who are sure that they do not want any children in the future," said Jeanne Hassebroek-Johnson, MD with Sanford Clinic Women's Health.
The Essure procedure is 99.80% effective based on 4 years of follow-up and is covered by most health insurance plans. Tens of thousands of women worldwide have chosen the Essure procedure as their method of permanent birth control (sterilization) since 1998. In a clinical study on the Essure procedure, 96% of patients said they would recommend the procedure to a friend.
For more information on Essure, contact Sanford Clinic Women’s Health at 605-328-7700. Media members with questions should contact Sanford Health Media Relations at 605-366-2432
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