What are you waiting for?

Get back to life with TAVR, the less invasive aortic heart valve replacement option for those diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis who are experiencing symptoms, commonly known as heart valve failure.

Ask your doctor for a TAVR evaluation today.

Find out if TAVR is right for you
Aortic stenosis is a progressive type of heart valve disease that affects up to Once it advances to the severe stage, the deadly disease won’t wait for you to delay treatment.1,2 Learn how it progresses
After the onset of symptoms, patients with severe aortic stenosis have a survival rate at 2 years, without heart valve replacement.3 Learn why treatment can’t wait
On average, transcatheter
aortic valve replacement is a
that can treat your heart valve failure, with next day discharge for most patients. This allows you to get back to your life quicker. Learn about less invasive TAVR

Can a heart valve be replaced without open heart surgery?

Yes. In fact, TAVR should be considered for all patients suffering from heart valve failure and who are experiencing symptoms. With transcatheter aortic valve replacement, you don't need to have your chest opened. This less invasive option is available to patients living with heart valve failure. With TAVR, patients have a shorter recovery time and most patients return home the next day. It is time to talk to your doctor about a TAVR evaluation. Take back your future by treating your heart valve failure.

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1. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. June 2015.
2. Osnabrugge RLJ, Mylotte D, Head SJ, et al. Aortic Stenosis in the elderly: disease prevalence and number of candidates for transcatheter aortic valve replacement: a meta-analysis and modeling study. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2013;62(11):1002-1012.
3. Otto C. Timing of aortic valve surgery [Valve Disease]. Heart. 2000;84(2):211-218.