Hernia Surgery Dubai
Hearnia surgery in Dubai is a straight forward and well understood procedure that is available at Noor Al Wasl Clinic.
Hernias are the abnormal exit of tissue or an organ through a cavity wall within the body. The most common type of hernias are located in the abdomen but they can also appear in the groin area and also other parts of the body.
High-risk factors for hernias include smoking, pregnancy, obesity, heavy lifting (possible cause for groin based hernias) and hereditary factors.
Fortunately most hernias can be treated surgically and as usual the sooner that it is done, the better.
Types Of Hernia Surgery Dubai
There is two main types of hernia surgery which are described below:
Open surgery: You will receive general anaesthesia before having open surgery. The surgeon makes a cut (incision) to open your skin. He’ll gently push the hernia back into place, tie it off, or remove it. Then he’ll close the weak area of the muscle — where the hernia pushed through — with stitches. For larger hernias, your surgeon may add a piece of flexible mesh for extra support. It’ll help keep the hernia from coming back.
Laparoscopic surgery: In this surgery, your abdomen is inflated with a harmless gas. This gives the surgeon a better look of your organs. He’ll make a few small incisions (cuts) near the hernia. He’ll insert a thin tube with a tiny camera on the end (laparoscope). The surgeon uses images from the laparoscope as a guide to repairing the hernia with mesh. For laparoscopic surgery, you’ll receive general anaesthesia.
Recovery is usually faster with laparoscopic surgery: On average, patients are back to their normal routine a week sooner than with open surgery.
The short video below explains what typically happens in hernia surgery.
An operation to treat your hernia will be covered by your insurance. Please check with us when you call us.
Having hernia surgery in Dubai is an easy and straight forward process;
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