Talk to her about NEXPLANON–
A long-acting choice that’s over 99% effective*
The only non-uterine LARC
LARC = long-acting reversible contraception.
Continuous and reversible
Lasts up to 3 years†
†NEXPLANON must be removed by the end of the third year and may be replaced by another NEXPLANON at the time of removal, if continued contraceptive protection is desired.
The implant for NEXPLANON is shown in the image above. Actual implant length is 4 cm.
A soft, flexible implant that
is inserted into
your patient’s arm
Placed subdermally just under the skin in the inner, non-dominant upper arm.Is NEXPLANON right for your patients?
Due to the Affordable Care Act, NEXPLANON may be available to many of your patients at
$0 out-of-pocket expense1,2,‡
‡The cost of NEXPLANON depends on a patient’s insurance plan. Some patients may have coverage for NEXPLANON with out-of-pocket expenses, including a deductible, co-payment, or other charges. Patients may pay additional charges in connection with the insertion and/or removal of NEXPLANON (eg, office visit co-pay). You should confirm each patient’s coverage and cost-sharing obligations with the relevant payer.