COST OF ESSURE REVERSAL SURGERY AT
A PERSONAL CHOICE
Essure reversal surgery at our center takes approximately 90 minutes and no overnight hospital stay is required. We were the first to publish successful reports of Essure pregnancy within the medical literature and we have continued to improve our techniques. Since our first medical reports on Essure reversal we have developed surgical techniques, which allow us to remove the coils intact and allow our patients to recover quicker and with less discomfort.
The chance of pregnancy after Essure reversal is 35% to 40% and most patients will report pregnancy within 12 months.
Essure reversal offers an alternative to IVF
Essure reversal allows you the chance to become pregnant naturally. After reversing Essure you will have a chance to become pregnant every month and you can become pregnant more than once. Essure reversal provides women with an alternative to in-vitro fertilization.
- Essure reversal surgery fee $7,900
- Average Essure reversal pregnancy rate 35% to 40%
The fee of $7,900 is our cash discounted fee. To obtain the cash discounted fee you must pay the entire surgery fee by bank wire, cashiers check, cash, or credit card.
*** If you are financing any portion of the Essure reversal/Essure removal, the cost for Essure reversal/Essure removal surgery will increase to $8,500. ***
In comparison, the cost of a single cycle of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) is $14,000 and the average IVF success rate is 36% for each cycle attempted.
Our Essure surgery fee
The fee for surgery is all-inclusive and covers everything except the cost of your travel, meals, lodging, and prescription medications. Surgical fees are due in full within 24 hours of scheduling your surgery.
Will health insurance pay for Essure reversal or Essure removal surgery?
Dr. Monteith is a participating provider with Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and Cigna.
Some of these health insurance plans may provide partial reimbursement when you have Essure reversal or Essure removal surgery with Dr. Monteith.
More information: Will insurance pay for Essure reversal or removal with Dr Monteith?