Urogynaecology Singapore: Leading Urogynaecology Specialist

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Our specialist utilises the most advanced minimally invasive techniques to enhance healing and reduce recovery time. We are dedicated to delivering personalised care and achieving optimal health outcomes for each patient.

Surgical Expertise

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Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally Invasive (keyhole) Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery
What is Minimally Invasive (keyhole) Surgery?

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) is a surgical approach that uses small incisions on the body. Unlike traditional open surgery where larger incisions are made, MIS employs specialised tools. A miniature camera is inserted through the minor incisions in the body to access the surgical area. The camera provides an enlarged view of the surgical site on a monitor, enabling the surgeon to perform the procedure with exceptional precision and accuracy.


Compared to traditional open surgery, patients recovering from MIS usually experience reduced pain, lower risk of complications such as infection and bleeding, and faster recovery periods. Besides being adopted in gynaecological surgeries, MIS is also used in gastrointestinal, cardiac, orthopedic, and urological surgeries.

Single Incision (single hole) Surgery

Laparoscopic Surgery
What is Single Incision (single hole) Surgery?

This is a specialised surgical technique in which a procedure is performed through a single small incision or access point, resulting in a single, hidden scar. This approach aims to reduce the number and size of incisions required for a surgical procedure.


Single-incision surgery takes the concept of minimally invasive surgery further by using only one small incision, often located in a hidden or inconspicuous area, to access the surgical site. In traditional minimally invasive surgeries, several small incisions are made for the surgeon to access the surgical site.


The single incision surgery will result in an even more faster recovery period, minimal scarring and shorter healing time.

Laparoscopic Surgery
Robotic Surgery

Robotics Surgery
(Da Vinci System)

Robotic Surgery
What is a Da Vinci Surgical System?

The da Vinci Surgical System is a robot system that assists the surgeon in performing procedures. During a procedure, the surgeon sits at the console and operates the robot, which consists of a patient cart that holds the robotic arms and instruments. The robotic arms will mimic the movements of the surgeon’s hands with greater precision. This ensures greater accuracy, smaller incisions and reduced risk of infection.

Laparoscopy (keyhole) Surgery

Laparoscopy Keyhole Surgery
What is a Laparoscopy Surgery?

A laparoscopy, also called keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure where a surgeon uses a laparoscope—a thin tube with a camera—to see inside the abdomen and pelvis. The laparoscope is inserted through small incisions in the abdominal wall, commonly referred to as “keyhole” incisions. This technique allows the surgeon to examine and treat various conditions with smaller scars and faster recovery compared to traditional open surgery.

When is a Laparoscopy Surgery required?

Laparoscopy surgery can be used for both diagnosis and treatment of various conditions in the abdomen and pelvis. It enables surgeons to perform surgeries like organ removal or tissue sampling (biopsy). Laparoscopy surgery can help in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, fibroid tumors, infertility, and ovarian cysts.

Laparoscopy Keyhole Surgery
Vaginal Surgery

Vaginal Surgery (scarless)

Vaginal Surgery
What is Vaginal Surgery?

This involves employing minimally invasive surgical methods in the vaginal region, with the goal of achieving surgical results without leaving visible scars on the external genitalia. These approaches are frequently utilised for both cosmetic and functional purposes, with the intention of reducing scarring and the duration of recovery when compared with conventional open surgeries.

The types of vaginal surgery may include:

  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
    The removal of the uterus through small incisions, often with the assistance of a laparoscope, which is a thin, lighted tube with a camera.

  • Laparoscopic Ovarian Surgery
    The removal of ovarian cysts or tumors using laparoscopic techniques.

  • Laparoscopic Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair 
    The use of minimally invasive techniques to repair pelvic organ prolapse, which occurs when organs like the bladder, uterus, or rectum bulge into the vaginal area.

  • Laparoscopic Endometriosis Surgery
    The surgical treatment using small incisions, of endometriosis, which is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus.