Dionysios K. Veronikis, MD, FACOG, FACS
Mesh removal is by far the most complicated and technically demanding procedure(s) a gynecologic surgeon can perform secondary to the scarring/adherence of the mesh on the delicate pelvic organs, the distorted anatomy, previously operated vaginal tissues and the mesh arms that penetrated the pelvic floor muscles.
Therefore, it is imperative that you do your own research and pursue mesh removal surgical treatment with a master vaginal surgeon, with a proven track record of successful and safe mesh removals, who is tenured in the treatment of vaginal prolapse and incontinence; and is able to remove the mesh without tissue destruction utilizing a tissue sparing removal technique by obtaining the needed surgical exposure.
Above all, it is the surgical skill set, experience and judgement of the surgeon that will make the difference for the outcomes of each particular patient and the quality of life.
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