In Office Procedures

  • MonaLisa Touch (vaginal laser)
  • Colposcopy
  • Nexplanon (implantable contraception)
  • Mirena IUD
  • Lyletta IUD
  • Skyla IUD
  • Paragard Copper IUD
  • Skin Tag Removal
  • Incision & Drainage Bartholin Abscess
  • Incision & Drainage Vulva, Perineal
  • Diaphram Fitting
  • Pessary Insertion
  • Endometrial Biopsy
  • Novasure Ablation
  • Hysteroscopy
In Office Procedures
  • MonaLisa Touch (vaginal laser)
  • Colposcopy
  • Nexplanon (implantable contraception)
  • Mirena IUD
  • Lyletta IUD
  • Skyla IUD
  • Paragard Copper IUD
  • Skin Tag Removal
  • Incision & Drainage Bartholin Abscess
  • Incision & Drainage Vulva, Perineal
  • Diaphram Fitting
  • Pessary Insertion
  • Endometrial Biopsy
  • Novasure Ablation
  • Hysteroscopy

What is a Colposcopy?

A colposcopy is scheduled when the results of a Pap test show abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix. Colposcopy is a way of looking at the cervix through a special magnifying device called a colposcope, which shines a light into the vagina and onto the cervix. The magnified view provides more information about the abnormal cells and allows us to investigate problems that cannot be seen by the naked eye. If an abnormal area is seen, a small biopsy may be taken.

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