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What Is Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)?

A Non-Surgical Treatment for Fibroids

Our patient-preferred treatment for uterine fibroids, UFE is a safe and effective alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy. This state-of-the-art procedure is 90% effective in reducing or removing fibroid symptoms such as pelvic pain, bloating, heavy periods and more. 

Benefits of UFE

Alternative to surgery. No incision, no scarring.

No hospital stay. Same-day procedure.

Shorter recovery period, 7 days in most cases.

Over 90% success rate of fibroid symptom reduction.

Avoids side effects of hormone therapies.

Covered by most major medical insurance.

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Step 1

Answer a few questions about what you’re going through in a 30-second quiz.
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Step 2

Get your results to find out if you are a candidate for uterine fibroid embolization.
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Step 3

Schedule a 10-15 minute free phone screening or go directly to consult.
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UFE has improved the lives of so many patients

Why Choose Fibroid Institute Dallas

Meet Our Fibroid Experts

Fibroid Specialists with 5-Star Patient Reviews

Suzanne Slonim, MD
John Fischer, MD

Dr. Suzanne Slonim and Dr. John Fischer are board certified interventional radiologists, trained to perform minimally invasive procedures with x-ray guidance. These fibroid doctors are among the most experienced UFE specialists in Texas.

The doctors have completed more than 40,000 interventional radiology cases in over 30 years, making this team extremely qualified as your fibroid specialists. By performing UFE in-office, Drs. Slonim and Fischer are fulfilling their passion to help women live fibroid free without major surgery.

Find out why so many women turn to Drs. Slonim and Fischer with the Fibroid Institute team, for non-surgical uterine fibroid treatment at area Dallas fibroid clinics in North Texas and area Houston fibroid clinics in South Texas.

“When you need treatment for your fibroids, you want a doctor you can talk to. You want someone who understands you. You want someone you can trust. We are going to take the time to explain everything, tell you all the alternatives, and answer all your questions. We’ve helped thousands of women bothered by fibroids. We are on your side.”

fibroids doctor Suzanne Slonim MD — Dr. Suzanne Slonim, Founder

Fibroid Nurse Practitioner

Esther Kibira, NP

Esther is a board-certified nurse practitioner with specialization in vascular interventional radiology. She has been a critical care and interventional radiology nurse for most of her career. 

With more than 20 years of experience as a nurse, Esther has a passion for interventions that provide relief to patients and help them regain their health.  Her experience and advanced level of training make her an essential part of our UFE treatment team.

“Giving the best possible care for your fibroids is our goal. That’s why we recommend a minimally-invasive treatment, uterine fibroid embolization (UFE). This entire procedure is performed through a tiny puncture. There is no vaginal access. Since normal recovery time is only 7-10 days, you can get back to your life quickly and with less pain!”

Esther Kibira — Esther Kibira, FNP, Nurse Practitioner
Ready to see if you are eligible for non-surgical fibroid treatment?

Get started at no cost. If you qualify and decide to schedule a telehealth or in-office consult, all billing will be summited to your medical insurance at the time of your consultation.

Contact Us Now to Schedule a Consult Appointment

Need help with a fibroid diagnosis or questions about fibroid treatment? Schedule a consultation to learn more. Every patient is evaluated during a telehealth or office consult. If you are a candidate for UFE, a consult is required prior to your procedure.

Schedule a consult in North Texas at Fibroid Institute Dallas or in South Texas at Fibroid Institute Houston. Click the button for locations.

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