When you undergo minimally invasive surgery, you only have small incisions made. This means you have a lower risk of complications that traditional surgery can cause, such as infections, bleeding, nerve damage, or muscle damage. You should also experience less soreness after minimally invasive surgery than you would after traditional surgery. Minimally invasive procedures also usually have shorter recovery times so you can resume your usual activities sooner.
Dr. Anghel treats several different kinds of problems with minimally invasive surgery. You might be a good candidate for one of these procedures if you have fybroids or urinary incontinence. Dr. Anghel might also recommend surgery if you have chronic pelvic pain, ovarian cysts, or endometriosis. You can also look into having minimally invasive surgery if you need removal of fybroids or you'd like vaginal rejuvenation for dryness or other problems. Dr. Anghel evaluates your condition and lets you know if you’re a good candidate for a minimally invasive procedure.
Dr. Anghel offers the following minimally invasive procedures:
Any surgery comes with risks. However, those associated with minimally invasive surgery are significantly less than the risk of traditional surgery.
For more information on minimally invasive surgery, please contact First Class OB/GYN.