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Gynecological Surgery

A focus on precise procedures and less scarring

The experienced surgical staff at Lakewood Regional Medical Center offers you a wide range of gynecologic surgeries with:

  • A focus on minimally invasive procedures
  • State-of-the-art technology to minimize pain and shorten recovery
  • A commitment to compassionate, individualized treatment

Using an advanced robotic surgery system, surgeons can perform minimally invasive gynecologic procedures, such as hysterectomy, fibroid removal, endometriosis surgery, endometrial/cervical cancer surgery and vaginal/uterine prolapse.

Traditional open gynecologic surgery, in which a large incision provides surgical access, is being replaced more often with robotic surgery that allows surgeons to operate with greater precision and control through smaller incisions. Such techniques minimize the pain and risk associated with large incisions, while increasing the likelihood of a fast recovery and excellent clinical outcomes.

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