typical ivf cycleAssisted Reproductive Technology (ART) is a collection of treatment options used for couples with infertility that cannot be successfully treated using simpler and less aggressive methods. The main ART treatment is in vitro fertilization, also known as IVF or “test-tube babies.” While IVF has excellent success rates, it is more invasive than artificial insemination, and it requires a significant investment of time and money. For all of these reasons, IVF can be stressful for patients.

Phoenix Magazine Top DoctorsSelecting a medical practice for fertility treatment can be confusing, stressful and overwhelming. The choice you make will profoundly affect your future and chance for success, and therefore, it is very important that you spend time getting educated before making a choice.

Fertility Clinics are NOT all the Same!!

At Advanced Fertility Care, we think that you should come to us for your IVF cycle because we believe that we are the best clinic in the Valley and Greater Phoenix area. Our success rates put us as one of the top clinics in the country, giving you the best chance of starting your family. In addition to our success rates, you will receive the personal care and attention that every patient wants and deserves. We encourage you to do your research, as we are confident that once you make your own comparison, you will choose us for your care.

In order to research clinics, you will want to ask questions on several key issues, such as: success rates, costs, types of procedures performed, and insurance participation. Understanding these issues before you initiate treatment will save you an enormous amount of time, energy, frustration, and money, not to mention increasing your chances of achieving a successful pregnancy.

There is hope. Are you ready to make your miracle happen?

At the Mesa, Scottsdale and Glendale, AZ offices of Advanced Fertility Care, we understand this stress and we work with you to reduce your anxiety. One of the best ways to reduce the stress associated with IVF is by helping you understand and anticipate what you may expect as far as procedures and visits. We encourage you to learn more, freely ask questions of your medical team, and to watch or read additional educational resources. Understanding the applications for each procedure will help you obtain the appropriate treatment and maximize your chance for success.