Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery in Dadar

Expert SILS in Dadar

Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery in Dadar

Dr. Hemant Jain is a one of the best Surgical Gastroenterologist in Dadar with special focus on Single Incision Laparoscopic surgeries, Gastrointestinal cancer surgeries & Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries.

Dr Hemant Jain has rich surgical experience in Complicated and redo GI surgeries, Laparoscopic surgeries, and GI Cancer surgeries.

Visiting Consultant in Dadar

Clinic Address

Life Care Hospital

1st Floor, Shilpa Apartments, Shankar Ghanekar Rd, M.B Kowli Wadi, Dadar West, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400025


How is SISL done?

Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) is an area of laparoscopic surgery that is now undergoing rapid development. Since the incision is concealed within the umbilicus, SILS has a substantial cosmetic advantage over traditional laparoscopic surgery because the procedure is nearly scarless. There is only one incision necessary, lowering the risk of potential problems such as port site hernias, haemorrhages, and wound infections.

What ways does Single-Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) operate?

During surgical procedures, a laparoscope, a camera of the highest caliber, is used. It features an optical sensor that is connected to a tube and displays the feed on a screen so that surgeons can see it. Via small incisions made at the surgical site, the laparoscope can be introduced. Single Incision Laparoscopic surgery (SILS) is a type of minimally invasive surgery in which the surgeon enters the body through a single skin incision. Patients who need laparoscopic surgery like laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic appendicectomy, etc may undergo SILS (Single Incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy, single incision laparoscopic appendicectomy, etc). SILS uses a single keyhole incision with almost no visible scars in place of the multiple small incisions required by a traditional laparoscopic method

Who is eligible for the SILS?

SILS can be offered to any patient who has been advised a laparoscopic surgery. The indications for surgery or the quantum of surgical work done inside abdomen doesn’t change with SILS approach. Removal of gallbladder, removal of appendix are the most common laparoscopic surgeries done by laparoscopic surgeons worldwide. These can be comfortably & safely done with Single Incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) approach.

Benefits of Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Laparoscopy is far more comfortable and less painful than a traditional open procedure. Because the incisions are very small, healing times are short. Patients can resume normal activities much sooner.
  • Laparoscopic surgery patients stay in the hospital for a shorter amount of time and are often fit enough to be sent home in a day or two after surgery.
  • The image seen on monitor in laparoscopic surgery is quite magnified. The technological innovations used by surgeons, the magnified image, precise movements of the hand instruments, etc all aid in reducing the trauma of surgery. The modern energy sources employed by surgeons help in reducing bleeding. Reduced need for blood transfusions helps the patient.
How is Advanced Laparoscopy Surgery Performed?

Advanced laparoscopic surgeries are routinely done nowadays in high volume centres. A fit patient who has a reasonable indication for undergoing the contemplated surgery is mandatory. For advanced laparoscopic surgery it is important to be in a good hospital with well-equipped operation theatre and a good ICU backup.
Selective advanced laparoscopic surgeries can be done by single incision approach. For the rest, multiple small sub centimetre sized incisions are taken over tummy. Standard laparoscopic hand instruments and a telescope (for image) are used. The recovery is rapid and wound healing good.

How are Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures carried out?

Laparoscopic surgery involves the use of a device called a laparoscope by the surgeon. After the incision is made, the surgeon inserts a long, thin instrument called a laparoscope into the abdomen. A surgeon can view the abdomen and its organs on a television screen thanks to a tiny high definition camera that is attached to the laparoscope. Other hand instruments are used and the planned surgery is done.

A single incision laparoscopic surgery, which is performed through a single incision made on skin, allows up to three instruments to be introduced inside the tummy. Surgeons with advanced laparoscopic surgical skills are able to accomplish some commonly performed surgical procedures using only three instruments introduced through this single skin incision.

Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Benefits

Advanced laparoscopic surgeries are required in patients with major ailments. The corresponding open surgical procedures need significantly large skin incisions. For some complex surgeries, laparoscopy has been a boon for surgeons.

The high definition magnified view of the modern cameras makes the surgery much easier and safer. Some narrow spaces inside the tummy are difficult to approach with open surgical approaches. Laparoscopy gives much better access to these areas