In elective cases, the wait between your office visit and the surgical procedure, whether the procedure is in the hospital or in our office, can be two weeks or more depending on the availability of medical staff and facilities.
After your surgery is scheduled your insurance benefits will be verified and you will be contacted by our insurance department.
We perform surgeries at the PWC office and at Mary Immaculate Hospital and at Mary Immaculate Ambulatory Surgery Center.
You can find directions to the hospital here.
If you are a breast cancer survivor suffering from vulvovaginal atrophy dyspareunia (painful sex) and have a severe contraindication to hormonal therapy or are concerned about the side-effects of using local estrogen therapy, lubricants, or moisturizing agents, there is a better way!
The symptoms of lichen sclerosus are irritation, dryness, intense itching and tearing of the vulvar skin. The patient may also experience scar and adhesion formation, secondary ulcerations and white blanching of the tissue.