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Drs. Miklos and Moore Featured on DRs TV Show as Leaders in Mesh Removal Surgery.

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Mesh is a commonly used material in pelvic floor surgery for both urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. The use of mesh, according to the FDA, is still considered standard of care in certain procedures (Sling, Sacrocolpopexy and Hysteropexy) but transvaginal meshes for prolapse have come under scrutiny. Complications can occur with any incontinence or prolapse surgery, however, prolapse and incontinence procedures using mesh can have more severe complications and be much more difficult to manage.

Mesh complications include

  • Mesh Extrusion through vagina
  • Vaginal Pain
  • Pain with intercourse
  • Difficulty emptying bladder
  • Pain with defecation
  • Mesh Erosion (bladder or bowl)
  • Rectal pain
  • Groin and/or Buttocks Pain
  • Lower Abdominal Pain
  • Shortened Vagina

Mesh Sling Complications
The use of mesh has been considered the standard of care in urinary incontinence surgery for women.

Complications of Transvaginal Mesh
Transvaginal mesh implants have been used for prolapse repair (vaginal vault prolapse, rectocele and cystocele) for many years.

Sacrocolpopexy Mesh Complications
The abdominal sacrocolpopexy is the gold standard procedure to treat moderate to severe vaginal vault prolapse.

Drs. Miklos and Moore are the most experienced mesh removal surgeons in the world.

• Author of the LARGEST paper in the WORLD on Mesh Removal Read Paper

• Removed over 1000 pieces of mesh in their careers

• COMPLETE removal of mesh in TOT/TVT slings, Sacralcolpopexy

• Author of the FIRST paper on Laparoscopic removal of TVT Slings Read Paper

• Laparoscopic removal of mesh – on an outpatient surgery basis