Gynecological Surgery in Flint, MI
Our office procedures include Colposcopy, Hysteroscopy, Endometrial Biopsy, Endometrial Ablation, IUD insertion and removal, long term contraceptive implants, wart removal, and other procedures.
We provide state of the art non-surgical treatment of sexual dysfunctions such as painful sex, dryness, and loss of muscle tone following childbirth or aging. We use the FDA approved VOTIVA equipment in the office to promote tissue remodeling and vaginal rejuvenation. In addition, we can help get you a better cosmetic look down there!
Our gynecological surgery in Flint, MI is done in hospital. Complex procedures are better carried out in a hospital where immediate and extended postoperative follow-up care is available.
Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery
The development of minimally invasive surgical techniques has aided patients in several ways. Laparoscopic surgeries are those performed within the pelvic or abdominal cavity. Using the minimally invasive laparoscopic surgical technique means smaller scars and a shorter recovery period. This type of procedure incorporates a telescopic lens, which is attached to a video camera. Using advanced technology, your physician can precisely perform the given procedure viewing the abdomen on a large monitor.
Laparoscopic surgery is used to remove ovarian cysts, treat endometriosis, remove pelvic adhesions and evaluate and treat other causes of pelvic pain.
The advantages of minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery include:
Reduced blood loss
Minimal exposure to external contaminants
Lowered risk of infection
Faster, more comfortable recovery with minimal scarring
Reduced time in the hospital
Lower overall cost
Robotic Hysterectomy Assisted by the da Vinci Surgical System
Dr. Baig is certified in the use of the da Vinci Surgical System. The da Vinci robot provides 10x magnification of the operative field as well as an extremely high level of dexterity. These two characteristics alone make the da Vinci Surgical System ideal for the performance of laparoscopic hysterectomies. Patients whose surgery is performed using this system tend to recover more quickly and experience less discomfort than those who choose open surgery for hysterectomy.