Laser Assisted Hatching

Laser assisted hatching is an innovative fertility procedure that offers hope to individuals struggling with infertility, by creating a path for embryos to hatch and successfully implant, thus increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy.

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Breaking Through the Zona Pellucida Barrier

The shell around a woman’s egg is called the zona pellucida. The zona can vary in thickness. As a woman ages or if she has bad egg quality, the zona can be too thick for the embryo to hatch out of it and implant. The process of Laser assisted hatching, is a procedure in which the laser is used to thin out a small area in the zona pellucida and enable the embryo to hatch out and implant into the uterine lining.

Laser Assisted Hatching Increases Pregnancy Rates

Studies have shown that the process of assisted hatching increases pregnancy rates. Since we use a laser and not acid to perform this procedure, the risks of damage to the embryo from this procedure are quite minimal. Our highly experienced embryology staff is able to discern which patients may benefit from assisted hatching. This procedure is included in our cash IVF pricing, so if it is performed there are no extra charges

To learn more about Laser Assisted Hatching schedule a consultation by filling out the form to the right or call (702) 749-4614.

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About Us

Our Clinic

Our state-of-the-art facility is specially designed to better accommodate our growing patient base. The clinic, located at 9120 West Russell Road in Las Vegas, is 12,800 square-feet—twice the size of our former facility. The building, designed by Las Vegas architecture firm IZ Design Studio gives us the space and opportunity to better serve our patients.

Everything we do at Red Rock Fertility Center is aimed at providing patients with an unparalleled experience and the opportunity for the best chance of success. This new location gives us the tools to make this goal a reality for many more individuals seeking fertility treatment.