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Open surgery is the most traditional variety. It involves the surgeon making a fairly substantial incision in the affected area and entering the body via the incision with regular surgical tools. By contrast, laparoscopic surgery is a newer advance. It entails the surgeon making a smaller incision and then entering the body with special tools guided by a tiny, lighted camera. Laparoscopic surgery tends to heal more quickly and leave less of a scar.
In most hernia surgeries these days, a special mesh is inserted into the affected area and used to fortify the wall of the abdomen. In the past, mesh was only used whereby the hernia was relatively large and hard to repair through the use of traditional stitches alone.
The only major potential drawback to using mesh today is that it can potentially lead to a higher chance of an infection developing in the patient in the days and weeks after surgery. However, overall, it is still highly preferred to the non-mesh surgery method for most types of hernia, large and small.
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