Scarless Surgery / Key hole surgery

Want a Scar-free tummy? Scarless Surgery (key hole) or Single Port Laparoscopic Surgery is the way to go!

You may need surgery for a variety of reasons. It could be an inflamed Appendix, Gallbladder with stones; an ovarian cyst, Uterine Fibroid, Tubal Ligation (Family Planning), Uterus removal, etc, and surgeries are always scary for the pain, scar and recovery time.

Scarless Surgery or Single Port Laparoscopic Surgery is the most revolutionary technique through which you could have your surgery done with near to no scar at all. This technique is cosmetically preferable, particularly to younger female patients.

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How is 'Scarless' achieved?

It is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the surgeon operates almost exclusively through a single entry point, the umbilicus or belly button. This is very superior to the traditional laparoscopy where there are 4 to 5 keyholes. For Single Port Surgeries, Surgeons use specialized instruments which are inserted through a single cut made around the umbilicus (belly button).

Why Single Port Laparoscopy or Scarless Surgery?

You may need surgery for a variety of reasons. It could be an inflamed Appendix, Gallbladder with stones; an ovarian cyst, Uterine Fibroid, Tubal Ligation (Family Planning), Uterus removal, etc, and surgeries are always scary for the pain, scar and recovery time.

Scarless Surgery or Single Port Laparoscopic Surgery is the most revolutionary technique through which you could have your surgery done with near to no scar at all. This technique is cosmetically preferable, particularly to younger female patients. Benefits of the surgery include:

  1. Near to no scar
  2. Minimal blood loss
  3. Less duration of hospital stay
  4. Faster healing
  5. Early return to normal life
  6. Less discomfort
  7. Less pain

What are the surgeries done through Single Port Laparoscopy?

Following are some of the procedures that are done in ‘scarless’ way:

  1. Appendix removal (Appendectomy)
  2. Gall bladder removal (Cholecystectomy)
  3. Ovarian Cyst removal (Cystectomy)
  4. Family Planning (Tubal Sterlisation)
  5. Uterus removal (Hysterectomy)

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions on laparoscopic treatment section to know what you should do before, on the day and after laparoscopic procedure.