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The Main Types of Gynecology Surgery

At our Kelowna private hospital, our team of highly experienced and trained plastic surgeons offer a range of gynecology surgeries and can provide customized and holistic care for a variety of women’s health conditions.

At our Kelowna private hospital, we understand just how important it is to look and feel your very best and healthiest, and our team of board-certified surgeons are committed to helping you get well and stay well. We offer state-of-the-art care for a number of women’s health conditions, including infections, bladder care, and even cosmetic breast issues.

When you come to us for your gynecology surgery needs, you will receive: 

  • Convenient and state-of-the-art care at our Kelowna private hospital
  • Solutions tailored to your personal needs to ensure the most effective outcomes
  • Treatment from surgeons who have years of experience and knowledge to deliver the best quality of care possible

Customized Gynecology Surgery and Care at Our Kelowna Private Hospital 

When you visit our Kelowna private hospital for all your gynecology care and surgery needs, you will work with a team of board-certified surgeons who will work closely together with you to find solutions tailored to your personal needs. Together, we will reach effective treatment decisions that will give you the most satisfactory results. 

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What is Gynecology Surgery? 

Gynecology surgery refers to surgery that is conducted on any part of a woman’s reproductive system, including the cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. In addition to this, gynecology surgeons often do procedures on a woman’s urinary tract, including the bladder. 

While some surgeries are simple and can be performed at the surgeon’s office, others will have to be completed in the hospital. Some common gynecology surgeries include: 

  • Removal of ovarian cysts (non-cancerous growths on the ovary)
  • Removal of cysts or fibroids (non-cancerous growths) in the uterus 
  • Removal of growths from the cervix
  • Tubal ligation (tubes tied) 
  • Removal of the uterus (hysterectomy), ovaries, or other parts of a woman’s reproductive system 
  • Surgical treatment of gynecological (uterine, cervical, and ovarian) cancers 
  • Cystoscopy (allows the surgeon to look inside the urinary tract to check for growths, bladder stones, or other problems) 
  • Hysteroscopy (allows your surgeon to look inside the uterus by inserting a thin tube through the vagina and cervix) 

How Are These Surgeries Performed? 

At our Kelowna private hospital, our team of board-certified surgeons use the least invasive methods possible for surgery, and many of our procedures can be performed as laparoscopic surgeries. 

This means that your surgeon can look inside your body and perform surgery using minimally invasive techniques. 

Some of the benefits of this type of surgery include: 

  • Smaller incisions
  • Faster recovery time 
  • Faster treatment time 
  • Smaller risk of infection

Is Laparoscopic Surgery Right for Me?

Each patient is unique and every set of circumstances and medical history are different. During a consultation with your surgeon, you can decide together whether this is an appropriate choice for your specific case.

Contact Our Kelowna Private Hospital 

To find out more about our range of gynecology surgeries, and how our team of board-certified plastic surgeons can help you achieve and maintain optimal wellness, contact our Kelowna private hospital today at 250-868-9799 or fill in our online contact form.

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