What is Hernia Repair Surgery?

Hernia repair surgery is typically recommended to treat a bulge or tear inside the layers of your abdominal wall. If your doctor recommends Hernia Surgery, surgical approaches could include:
  • Open surgery through one large incision
  • Traditional laparoscopic surgery through 3 small incisions
During laparoscopic surgery, your abdomen is inflated to provide your physician with adequate space to look inside your body and perform certain operations using instruments within the abdomen.

Hernia Repair Surgery with Low Impact Laparoscopy

Different than traditional laparoscopy, with Low Impact Laparoscopy, your physician gently inflates your abdomen using less pressure and operates with much smaller instruments through ultra-small openings.




  • Gently inflates your abdomen to create the space needed to perform your procedure


  • Up to 4x smaller than standard laparoscopy1
  • Reduces appearance of scars associated with conventional laparoscopy incisions

What to Expect During a Low Impact Laparoscopy Hernia Repair Procedure

During a typical Low Impact procedure, your physician will make a standard incision in or near your belly button and two ultra-small incisions to repair your hernia. The procedure usually takes approximately 30-60 minutes. With Low Impact Laparoscopy, your physician may recommend your procedure be scheduled on an outpatient basis.

Talk to Your Doctor About treating your hernia with Low Impact Laparoscopy

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