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12/1/2014
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Laparoscopic surgery utilizes small telescopes through tiny incisions in the abdomen for surgeries that previously required a large incision in the abdomen. The “open” technique is now rarely required since patients with previous cesarean sections, uterine fibroids or scarring from previous surgeries can now have their surgeries performed through these very small incisions. This allows for same-day or one-day surgeries with significantly reduced pain, fast recoveries and a quick return to daily activities. Abdominal hysterectomy, removal of ovarian cysts and surgery for endometriosis are now rarely performed through large incisions.

Some minimally invasive surgeries require more advanced instrumentation. That is where da Vinci® robotic surgery is extremely useful. This technology adds superior 3-D imaging, greater flexibility and range of motion of operative instruments to laparoscopic surgery. With robotic surgery, the operation is still performed by our doctors; the device simply adds better visualization and precision to the fine movements required for more difficult cases. This technology has improved the performance of the more challenging procedures such as removal of multiple or large uterine fibroids, ovarian masses and even pelvic support surgery.

At Maternal Gynerations, we continue to stay on the leading edge of minimally invasive options for our patient’s gynecologic needs.

To learn more about minimally invasive surgery, schedule your consultation today. We will explain your options and help you make the best decisions for yourself. Call us today at 770.513.4000 or visit our Patient Portal to view your account or schedule your consultation with us. Come and visit us here in Lawrenceville, GA from Buford, Dacula, Suwanee and Winder.