In the Laparoscopic Hernia Repair, three incisions of 1/2 -1 inch are made in the abdominal wall.  A thin and long camera (known as laparoscope) is inserted into the body through access tube in first incision while, in other incision, surgical instruments are placed. Camera offers a clear internal view of abdominal walls and hernia affected portion that can be displayed on the screen. In this way, hernia can be easily repaired within the body through surgical mesh.

Laparoscopy Repair Approach is associated with quick recovery as compared to conventional “open” method.  Not only this, the modern approach is painless and promotes quick return to normal activities. This method is more effective to treat bilateral hernias as, both sides can be fixed easily without additional incisions or experiencing discomfort. Recurrent hernia is another problem that can be treated with Laparoscopic method because open repair approach offer high risk of complications such as blood vessel injury, re-recurrence and nerve injury. Incisions made in Laparoscopic repair are different from open procedure incisions.

However, every person suffering from this problem cannot undergo Laparoscopic Hernia Repair.  Patients who have medical history of obesity, abdominal surgery or prostrate surgery should not undergo this treatment as visualization may not be fine in such conditions. Sometimes, Laparoscopy surgery cannot be accomplished and must be modified into open procedure for better results. To know whether you are a candidate for this innovative procedure, you must visit best laparoscopic surgeon in India where thorough consultation and physical inspection is done by surgeons to determine the severity level.

The benefits and risks of each Hernia treatment procedure must be determined, and patients suffering from disease should be informed about ideal hernia repairing method for them. Experienced surgeons decide whether the patient should go for an open procedure or Laparoscopic method. The decision to convert Laparoscopic method into surgery procedure relies on the safety of patient.

Dr. Shrish Bhagvat is a reputed Laparoscopic Surgeon in Mumbai who has been practicing for 25 years. He was trained in Laparoscopic Surgery at University of Melbourne (Australia) in 1992 with Dr. David Fletcher and thereafter Dr. Mohan Chellappa in Singapore in 1992, not long after the inception of WorldWide Laparoscopic Surgery in 1987. He is one of the pioneers in Laparoscopic surgeries in Mumbai since 1992 and is an expert in Gastrointestinal Laparoscopy like Gall Bladders, Hiatus Hernia, Appendix, Spleen, Inguinal Hernia, Laparoscopy for Small & Large Intestine.