Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

Best Laparoscopic surgeon& GI surgeon

Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

Dr. Hemant Jain is a Senior Consultant Laparoscopic surgeon (Gastro surgeon) practicing in Mumbai with a special focus on Single-Incision Laparoscopic Surgeries (SILS), Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries, and GI Cancer Surgeries.

Visiting Consultant in Mumbai

Clinic Address

Navkaar Hospitals

Mulund, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, next to Varanda banquets, Bhandup, Bhandup West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400078


What is Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery?

Do you wish to know the advantages of laparoscopic surgery over open surgery? Laparoscopy represents a revolutionary step forward in medical technology. Our conception of surgical procedures has been radically altered as a result. No longer is it necessary to perform surgery by making long big incisions on in the patient’s body. Achieving this requires only holes 5 to 12 mm in diameter. Minimally invasive surgery is the term used to describe the most recent iteration of laparoscopic procedures. The Whole operation can be performed without damaging the skin or leaving no scars.
Firstly, a surgeon will use a laparoscope to examine the affected area, and then they will proceed with treatment. A laparoscope appears to be a long, thin tube with a camera at its tip. After making a tiny cut in the belly, it is inserted there. The camera can capture an image of the affected area for the surgeon to examine. With a screen showing the interior of his abdomen, he can operate with confidence.

Advantages of laparoscopic procedures
  • Lessen the suffering
  • Recovery time reduced
  • Minimal risk of infection
  • Fewer skin and tissue incisions
  • Diminishes scarring
  • Reduces the Hospital Stay.
  • Reduced follow-up care for patients who have recovered.
Benefit of Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Over Open Surgery.
  • Open surgery typically requires one week or more of hospitalization after the procedure is completed. Besides that, you could probably have spent anywhere from 7-8 weeks resting and recovering. When laparoscopic surgery is performed, patients typically spend only two to three days in the hospital before going home ( all depends upon the severity of the disease). Your hospital stay may be significantly shorter than that. Some estimates put your time to recover at between two and three weeks. A relatively short stay in the hospital helps save both time and money.
  • Open abdominal surgery requires a long an incision to be made so that the surgeon can access the abdominal cavity. The actual surgical procedure and its subsequent completion both consume a considerable amount of time. Unlike minimally invasive procedures like laparoscopic surgery, open surgery requires a lengthy incision (cut) through both muscle and skin, which can be quite painful. Greater loss of blood is also an issue when compared to laparoscopic surgery. The patient is also left more open to infectious diseases. This abdominal cut is much larger than the typical one-inch, so the recovery time is much longer. Less time is spent in pain and infection is reduced when laparoscopy is used. A large incision is left in the abdominal area after open surgery.
  • It’s evident that laparoscopic procedures are the future of surgical care. They cause barely any damage to the skin and heal quickly. The widespread adoption of the procedure is evidence of its success. Now is the time for you to start doing your part. Consult Dr. Hemant Jain if you need laparoscopic surgery. Using state of the art cutting-edge technology, highly skilled surgeons have a successful track record.