Ventral/Incisional No Mesh Hernia Surgery
Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, FL

Utilize our patented triple layered sutured repair for ventral / incisional hernias 

Over 1500 No Mesh ventral repairs since 2009

Low recurrence rate, less than 4%

Robert Tomas, D.O., FACOS is an expert in No Mesh hernia repairs

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Ventral hernia

 

Ventral hernias are hernias anywhere along the anterior abdominal wall other than the naval area. A hernia that appears at the site of a previous surgery is known as an incisional hernia. These incisional hernias can appear weeks, months, or even years after surgery and can vary in size from small to very large and complex. These type of hernias can be repaired without mesh using a three layered suture technique  “TomasPatent” by Dr. Robert Tomas or with a biologic mesh. This type of repair utilizes non-absorbable suture, but no mesh. If you think you have a ventral hernia or an incisional hernia it’s important to see your doctor because it may widen and become extremely difficult to repair.





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Diagnosis: Ventral Hernia.
56 year old male who complained of a bulge at the level of the umbilicus (navel) and a second bulge above the navel for four years. He wished to have it repaired with no mesh.

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