Drs. Miklos and Moore Featured on DRs TV Show as Leaders in Mesh Removal Surgery.
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.
• 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
If I could, I would hug Dr. Miklos. My body is at peace again. The sensation and pain from the mesh is gone. I want to personally Thank Dr. Miklos for his patience and hard work and for taking his time to fix me.
Dr. Moore, I wanted you to know that you saved my life, I feel so much better now after surgery. I can already see the difference 3 weeks post-operative. Thank you!
Dr. Miklos and Dr. Moore have developed surgical techniques that allow them to successfully remove full pieces of vaginal mesh in patients that have been told by other surgeons, “it cannot be done”.
Drs. Miklos and Moore won the internationally coveted 2014 Golden Laparoscope Award with their amazing video of a vaginal and laparoscopic TVT retropubic sling removal, which entrapped the obturator nerve.
They are internationally recognized leaders in mesh removal and have been invited to teach their technique by societies such as: International Urogynecology Association (IUGA), American Urogynecology Association (AUGS) and the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL). Patients fly from all over the US and Internationally to have their mesh removal surgery with Drs. Miklos and Moore.