Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery in El Paso TX

Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is the right treatment for individuals who need to get rid of gallstones. Also known as cholecystectomy, this is one of the advanced procedures used by Dr Benjamin Clapp to take care of patients and achieve the results they desire.

Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery in El Paso is an effective and safe way to remove gallstones. The procedure can be effectively used to remove stones that are located in the common bile duct. 

What Is So Special About Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery In El Paso? 

The first important thing to understand is that Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is a minimal-invasive procedure. It is done through a lot of little incisions in the abdomen. Very tiny instruments are also used for the procedure. 

All Laparoscopic gallbladder procedures in our El Paso office is conducted by Dr Benjamin Clapp, a trained bariatric surgeon who has been in practice for more than 14 years. A board-certified General Surgeon, Dr Benjamin, is an expert in bariatric surgery and also a specialist in laparoscopic surgery in El Paso. 

What to Expect 

A laparoscopic gallbladder surgery normally requires two hour’s general anesthesia. After the required level of anesthesia is met, the surgeon will inflate your stomach with carbon dioxide or air to make the operation sight clearer and easier to work on. 

A scope that is lighted on a video camera is passed into the abdomen through one of the small incision to display the operation site clearly on a monitor. The tiny surgical instruments needed for removing the gallstone will be inserted through the other incisions. 

After the laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, you may be required to stay in the hospital for a day or two. It may take longer, but you can always be sure that you will recover much faster than someone who has an open surgery to remove gallstones. 

Do you need laparoscopic gallbladder surgery in El Paso and surrounding areas? Call us to book an appointment. 

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