Minimally invasive surgeries (MIS) allow your surgeon to use techniques that limit the size and number of cuts, or incisions, that they need to make. This method is designed to take advantage of medical innovative technology to provide a less strenuous experience for the patient. Allowing for less patient trauma and pain with minimal scarring and faster recovery. In addition to smaller incisions and smaller scars, patients experience minimal disruption to their day to day lives, and there is a wide range of MIS options available when it comes to pelvic health. Our dedicated team of professionals will work with you to find the right form of surgery to address your needs.

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Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which small incisions (3-10 mm wide) are made, typically one in the naval, which is the most common site for the scope (laparoscope) to be inserted. Two or three smaller incisions may be made along the sides of the abdomen, for the passage of highly specialized surgical instruments. Attached to the end of the laparoscope is a light source and a camera  which transmits images from inside the patient’s abdomen to television screens for the surgeon and the surgical team to view in high resolution. Useful links to describe common Laparoscopy conditions and treatments.

Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows the physician to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose or treat uterine problems. This procedure is done using a hysteroscope, a thin, telescopic instrument that is inserted into the uterus through the vagina and cervix. Hysteroscopy is minor surgery performed either in your physician’s office or in a hospital setting. It can be performed with local or general anesthesia. Sometimes no anesthesia is needed. There is little risk involved with this procedure for most women. Useful links to describe common Hysteroscopy conditions and treatments.

Robotics advances surgery techniques into a new era, further minimizing the impact of surgery on patients. Robotic technology introduces precise, versatile instrument movement combined with three-dimensional visualization of the operative site. This system 3D HD vision coupled with Dr. Toussaint’s surgical skill allows patients suffering from rare and complex alternative options for complex surgical procedures. Benefits of robotics : short hospitalization, reduced pain, rapid recovery, smaller recovery, Smaller incision, resume normal activities sooner. Useful links to describe common Robotic Surgery conditions and treatments.

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