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Women's Health

Ogden Clinic is now offering Telemedicine

Telemedicine is an efficient way to keep your appointments from the comfort of your home.

Select providers are now using Telemedicine; Visit Telemedicine to see if your next visit can take place over video chat.


da Vinci® Robotic Surgery

In the field of minimally-invasive surgery, the da Vinci® Robotic-Assisted Surgery System stands out above the rest. The da Vinci® Robotic-assisted Surgery System features a magnified 3D high-definition vision system Ogden Clinic’s surgeon uses to view and perform surgery. The use of a robot involves tiny wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than a surgeon’s wrist could. Opposed to traditional open surgery, da Vinci® Robotic-assisted Surgery allows for enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control.

What does this mean for Ogden Clinic patients? Recovery time and less scarring are two major benefits of da Vinci® Robotic-assisted Surgery. Several of our gynecological surgeons were among the first to bring the da Vinci® System to Northern Utah.

Ogden Clinic gynecologic surgeons offer minimally invasive treatment and robotic surgery options for common gynecological problems. Explore our range of da Vinci® surgeries below:

  • da Vinci® Myomectomy and Fibroid Removal
  • da Vinci® Sacrocolpopexy (for uterine prolapse)
  • da Vinci® Hysterectomy
  • da Vinci® Tubal Litigation and Tubal Reversal
  • da Vinci® Ovarian Cyst Removal
  • da Vinci® Bladder Repair

Am I a candidate for da Vinci® Robotic-assisted Surgery?

The use of robotic surgery in gynecology is growing quickly. A robotic system makes delicate laparoscopic procedures, such as placing stitches, much easier to do. While several of our gynecologists are trained in da Vinci® Robotic-assisted Surgery, the method that’s best for your surgery will depend on your pelvic structure, the nature of the problem, and whether or not there are any complexities within the uterus, ovaries, or pelvic area.

Amber Bradshaw-Whitear, MD, Discusses Robotic Surgeries for Women