Egg Freezing using vitrification

Keeping your eggs cool, calm, and collected

Egg freezing science is SO cool and it's
called vitrification

Once your eggs are frozen, they’ll be waiting for you until you’re ready, and so will we!

Eggs​ ​are​ ​taken​ ​through​ ​a​ ​series​ ​of​ ​equilibration​ ​solutions​ ​to​ ​prepare​ ​them​ ​for​ ​freezing

During this process, eggs are dehydrated and fluid is replaced with a special liquid that prevents the formation of ice crystals, which can damage your eggs. In a nutshell, vitrification quickly freezes your eggs into a glass-like state.

Eggs​ ​are​ ​placed​ ​on​ ​freezing​ ​devices​ ​in​ ​groups​ ​of​ ​three

After being rapidly frozen, your eggs will chill out (literally) in -320 F temperature.

Freezing​ ​devices​ ​are​ ​plunged​ ​into​ ​liquid​ ​nitrogen​ ​where​ ​they’ll​ ​stay​ ​until​ ​thawing

Your eggs will sit tight until you’re ready to use them–whenever that may be. Until then, we’ll take care of them for you, (and you can visit them anytime!).

Once your eggs are frozen, they’ll be waiting for you until you’re ready, and so will we!

Knowledge is power. Still have questions? That’s okay--there’s a lot to know. And we’re here to help you get there.

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Peter MD. FACOG

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Peter MD. FACOG

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Peter MD. FACOG

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