Minimally Invasive Surgery

Invasive Surgery

We always want surgery as the last, necessary resort for any patient. Here at BH OBGYN, when a mutual decision is made between our staff and patients, we want to make every possibility for surgery available, including minimally invasive surgery.

Safe & Advance Surgeries

Safe &
Advance Surgeries

These state of the art techniques, including laparoscopic and robotic surgery, allow us to minimize surgical operation time, hospital stays, pain, and postoperative complications. Our physicians are highly skilled in minimally invasive surgery, and we deliver exceptional results with our superb technical experience, surgical skills, and compassionate bedside manner. To learn more about minimally invasive surgery see below, or to schedule an appointment, call the office or use the online booking feature.

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What is Minimally Invasive Surgery?

What is Minimally
Invasive Surgery?

Minimally invasive surgery is defined as surgery that’s performed using very small incisions. You may need one or several incisions, depending on the procedure, but they’re all shorter than one-half inch. To perform minimally invasive surgery, we use instruments, such as an endoscope or laparoscope, and place them through these small surgical sites. We can then use these tools from outside your body to precisely manipulate while viewing a monitor showing a magnified image from inside your body.

What Procedures do Gynecologists Perform During Minimally Invasive Surgery?

What Procedures do Gynecologists Perform During Minimally
Invasive Surgery?

Most open surgeries can now be performed by minimally invasive technique, including:

  • Cystectomy – removal of ovarian and fallopian tube cysts
  • Hysterectomy – removal of the uterus and sometimes other reproductive organs
  • Endometrial ablation – to stop heavy bleeding
  • Myomectomy – removal of fibroids without removing the uterus
  • Tubal ligations – removal of the fallopian tubes in order to permanently prevent pregnancy
  • Diagnostic evaluation for inflammation, polyps, fibroids, endometriosis, and tumors.

What are the Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery?

  • Small incisions cause less trauma than one long, open incision.
  • Less postoperative pain
  • Less Bleeding
  • Less Scarring
  • Fewer complications
  • Faster recovery, allowing patients earlier return to normal activities

We perform our minimally invasive surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and LaPeer Surgery Center. If you would like to have a consultation with our doctors discussing your minimally invasive options, please call our offices, and we will be happy to assist you.