Laparoscopic Gynecologic Surgery
Laparoscopic gynecology can provide many familiar procedures, but with smaller incisions and shorter downtimes. Request more information today: call (949) 829-5500 or request an appointment online.
What is Laparoscopic Gynecologic Surgery?
Laparoscopic gynecology refers to a collection of surgical procedures that are performed laparoscopically. This type of procedure is named after the tool it is performed with, which is known as a laparoscope.
There are many different types of laparoscopic surgery for women. Some of the most common procedures include:
- Vault Suspension
- Uterine Suspension
- Bladder Support
- Fibroid Removal
- Cyst Removal
- Diagnostic Laparoscopy
This list is just a small portion of the total amount of laparoscopic procedures that can be performed for women.
How Does Laparoscopic Gynecological Surgery Work?
Laparoscopic surgery is minimally invasive. This means that these procedures are designed to be done with small incisions, as opposed to traditional open surgery. During a typical laparoscopic procedure:
- A small incision is made in the abdomen.
- The laparoscope, which includes a light and camera, is inserted in through the incision.
- This tool allows the surgeon to view the surgical site, and then make adjustments with surgical tools as needed. Other small incisions will be made as necessary.
The rest of the procedure will vary depending on which specific type of surgery is being performed. Laparoscopic surgery confers many benefits when compared to traditional open surgery.
Some positive aspects of laparoscopic gynecology include:
- Smaller incisions
- Less pain during recovery
- Shorter hospital stays
- Potential for outpatient procedures
- Less blood loss
- Reduced scarring
- Faster healing time
Request More Information Today
Laparoscopic gynecologic surgery provides a way for women to receive necessary surgical procedures, but with less invasive methods. Laparoscopy offers smaller incisions, faster recovery and much more. Request more information today: call (949) 829-5500 or request and appointment online.