Expert IVF Services, Personalized Care

Our experienced, board-certified physicians deliver a personalized in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment plan in a caring environment to reduce your psychological and physical stress and provide the highest chance of a successful outcome.

A Focus on Healthy, Successful Outcomes

Every fertility journey is different, which is why individualized care from our experienced IVF team increases your chances of a healthy, successful pregnancy. We have optimized the IVF process through our emphasis on evidence-based medicine, personalized attention, and expertise in elective single-embryo transfer (eSET).

As pioneers in elective single-embryo transfer, our philosophy is to transfer a single embryo instead of multiple embryos. This approach decreases the risk of complications and improves the likelihood of a healthy pregnancy for both the mother and the baby.

Our results deliver extraordinarily low multiple pregnancy rates, which are significantly lower than the national average.

Delayed Transfer IVF: A Gentler Approach

Stimulating your ovaries and retrieving your eggs in a separate cycle from embryo transfer decreases the chance of complications and provides a gentler approach to your IVF treatment.

Ovarian Stimulation through Embryo Freezing

Our professional, caring team provides guidance and support as you prepare your body for successful egg retrieval and fertilization.


Ovarian Stimulation

The initial step in your treatment will involve medications to prepare your body for the ovarian stimulation process. Following this, we administer specialized medications to stimulate your ovaries and promote the production of eggs.


Egg Retrieval

Upon reaching maturity, the eggs will be retrieved in our on-site surgical center. The eggs will then be cared for in our state-of-the-art laboratory where they will undergo the fertilization process.



In our laboratory, most of the time, we inject each mature egg with a single sperm (ICSI procedure) from your partner or a donor. The day following your egg retrieval, we will let you know how many eggs were successfully fertilized.


Embryo Culture

We culture the embryos in a controlled environment and closely monitor their development and quality throughout the process.


Pre-implantation Genetic Testing

If you choose to have pre-implantation genetic testing on your embryos to screen for chromosomal abnormalities, we perform biopsy by removing 4 to 6 cells from your embryos. These cells are sent to the genetic laboratory while your embryos are frozen.


Embryo Freezing

Your embryos are frozen at the blastocyst stage (day 5 – day 7) using the vitrification method until you are ready for transfer. Your frozen embryos are securely stored in a liquid nitrogen tank of -196 degrees celsius, with continuous monitoring through an alarm system.

Transferring Your Embryos

Your embryo transfer is performed by our experienced, board-certified physicians. Our team is there to support you every step of the way.


Uterine Preparation

Whether following your normal menstrual cycle or using medications to simulate a menstrual cycle, you will have an appropriate balance of hormones to ensure your body is ready to accept the embryo.


Embryo Transfer

On the day of the transfer, the embryo is thawed (“warmed”), and our skilled physicians carefully transfer the embryo into your uterus under ultrasound guidance.


Pregnancy Test

Eleven days after your embryo transfer, we will perform a pregnancy test to determine if your dream of becoming a parent has come true. We hope to share wonderful news with you!

Preparing for IVF

Adequate preparation helps improve your chances of success. Here’s what you can expect along your IVF journey.

Why Single-Embryo Transfer May Be a Better Option

Carrying twins and triplets is physically stressful and can create serious pregnancy complications and risks for babies. In the past, transferring multiple embryos was the standard way to increase pregnancy rates, but recent advances in reproductive science have improved success rates when transferring a single embryo. As leaders in elective single-embryo transfer (eSET), we have shown that implanting a single embryo increases the probability of a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

Let’s Take The Next Step Together

Our skilled fertility specialists are here to help. Contact us today and let’s discuss the next phase of your fertility journey.