Gynecological Surgery in Arlington, TX
What Is Gynecological Surgery?
Gynecology specialists provide care for benign and malignant gynecological conditions. When health concerns impact a woman’s reproductive system, surgical procedures may be necessary to treat and manage such issues. Gynecologists practicing at our facility work closely with each patient to thoroughly review their treatment options and provide the personalized services needed for improved reproductive and overall health. To learn more about the gynecological surgeries performed at USMD Hospital in Arlington, contact us today.
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I've had surgery here and visit my primary care and OBGYN here. The facility is always clean and safe! Everyone we encountered during my surgery and recovery were fantastic, friendly, and reassuring. Parking is plentiful but be aware that in the early morning, the only door that is open is the emergency entrance.
When Is Gynecological Surgery Needed?
Patients throughout North Texas may require advanced surgical care to treat a wide variety of gynecological health conditions. Some of the most common issues affecting the female reproductive system include:
- Uterine fibroids
- Pelvic floor prolapse
- Abnormal Pap smears
- Ovarian cysts
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Cervical cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Uterine/endometrial cancer
- Fertility concerns
- Abnormal cervical or vaginal lesions
Our gynecology specialists provide treatment for women’s health conditions that range from minor to advanced. The location and severity of such a concern help determine the type of procedure recommended.
What Types of Gynecological Procedures Are Performed?
USMD Hospital at Arlington has received the Healthgrades Gynecologic Surgery Excellence Award and is dedicated to providing world-class medical care for women. Gynecological procedures and surgeries performed at our facility may be conducted to diagnose or treat women’s health issues. These procedures include but are not limited to:
- Dilation and curettage (D&C)
- Full and partial hysterectomy
- Diagnostic hysterectomy
- Endometriosis treatment
- Cervical cone biopsy
- Loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
- Laser gynecological surgery
- Endometrial ablation
- Anterior/posterior pelvic prolapse repair
- Sacral colpopexy and mesh placement
- Sling placement for urinary incontinence
What Advanced Techniques Are Used in Gynecological Surgery?
Our USMD Hospital at Arlington team is highly trained to address gynecological conditions with the latest in advanced surgical techniques. While these gynecologists are skilled at providing traditional abdominal surgery, they also have experience in performing laparoscopic and robot-assisted surgery and take a minimally invasive approach to gynecological care whenever possible. The physicians providing care at our Arlington, TX hospital have advanced training and expertise in the da Vinci® Robotic Surgical System and utilize this technology to perform a number of gynecological procedures.
Gynecological Surgery FAQ
What Are the Risks Associated with Gynecological Surgery?
The risks of GYN surgery can include things like:
- Major bleeding
- Urinary tract infections
- Blood clots
- Stomach pain and pressure
- Uterine perforation or damage to the uterus wall
To learn more about the risks associated with this surgery, schedule a consultation with a gynecological surgeon.
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Expert Surgical Care for Women’s Health
Our physician-led model helps ensure the gynecological surgeries offered at USMD Hospital at Arlington are conducted using the most effective approach and with the highest standard of care. To learn more about surgical treatment for women’s health or to connect with a DFW gynecologist, please contact our hospital or visit our physician finder tool.