Surgical Institute has maintained a long-standing reputation for quality surgical care throughout the Dallas and Plano communities. Our surgeons are known for consistently offering patients comprehensive care in a comfortable and caring environment.
In an effort to offer our patients the best outcomes possible, we take an individualized approach to developing treatment plans that include minimally invasive surgical techniques where appropriate. Some of our procedures include:
Laparoscopy is a technique for doing surgery using a thin, lighted tube with a camera called a laparoscope. The scope is put through one small skin incision, and surgical tools are put through other small incisions. Many surgeries are done using this technique. Some of the more common general surgeries we perform using this method are Gallbladder, Hernia, and Abdominal Surgery.
Click the link below for a compiled list from a variety of online resources on Liver, Biliary and Pancreatic disorders and treatments. The content provided is for informational purposes only. Learn more.
Our surgeons perform head and neck surgeries including thyroid, parathyroid, and parotid. Surgery can be an effective treatment for hyperthyroidism, malignant nodules or those that grow or cause symptoms. Learn more.
The appendix is a hollow structure about the size of your little finger and opens off the colon (large bowel). The purpose of the appendix is unclear, but if it is blocked, it may become infected. Your side may hurt so much that you called your doctor or when straight to the emergency room. If the symptoms came on quickly, you may have appendicitis. Learn more.
Having breast cancer means that some cells in your breast are growing abnormally. Learning about the different types and stages of breast cancer can help you take an active role in your treatment. Learn more.
Cancer occurs when cells in the body begin changing and multiplying out of control. These cells can form lumps of tissue called tumors. Cancer that forms in the colon is called colon cancer. Learn more.
Also referred to as cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gallbladder wall and nearby abdominal lining. Cholecystitis is usually caused by a gallstone in the cystic duct which connects the gallbladder to the hepatic duct. Learn more.
A hernia (or rupture) is a weakness or defect in the wall of the abdomen. This weakness may be present at birth or it can be caused by the wear and tear of daily living. If left untreated, a hernia can get worse with time and physical distress. Learn more.
Many disorders of the pancreas require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Some of the more common disorders include Pancreatitis, Pancreatic Cancer, and Cystic Fibrosis. Learn more.
Many disorders of the thyroid require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Click the link below to find a directory of some of the more common conditions. Learn more.