As I've noted before, but now, I'm going to extend the argument. I previously argued that, outside of big cities and D1 university towns, the demand for abortions was unlikely to be high enough to support abortuaries without government funding--things like contraceptive funding and allocations for referrals for mammograms and such. I dare suggest that even most abortuaries in big cities are financially on thin ice, as the case of Kermit Gosnell makes clear. A good number of his crimes started with cost-cutting in terms of anesthesia and sanitation, after all.
So how does this work? Again, if you look at the statistics, you're going to find that a huge portion of abortions are done on poor women, especially poor minority women (and their children of course). Going out on a limb here, I'm going to guess that a huge portion of urban abortions are paid for out of government programs like Medicaid.
In other words, if you take away government funding for Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, and if you start doing meaningful health and sanitation inspections on abortuaries, you can reduce abortion to the pre-Roe level without banning abortion at all.