Why Choose Us?
The benefits of laparoscopic surgery
In a laparoscopic surgery, the chance of bleeding is less as the size of the incision is very small compared to the large incision in open surgery. That reduces the possibility for severe blood loss.
The small-sized incision reduces the risk of pain after treatment. Hence the patient does not need medicines for long-term pain relief.
After surgery, the small incision leads to the formation of a much smaller scar. The scar tissue that forms in larger surgical wounds is more prone to infection. This is also more vulnerable to herniation, particularly in patients who are overweight and obese.
Lower risk of infection
In a laparoscopic surgery, the internal organs are considerably less exposed to external contaminants than open surgery. Hence, there is very less chance of post-operative infection.