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Our Chandler, AZ location is a warm, inviting place with state-of-the-art amenities and equipment to make your visit truly welcoming and exceptional. Our office offers chic, professionally decorated reception areas and consultation rooms, as well as spacious procedure rooms equipped with the latest, most advanced technology. Arizona Premier Surgery prides itself on providing every patient with excellent service in the most comfortable and accommodating environment from the moment they walk in the door, and it is our mission to improve everyone’s quality of life by giving the best medical experience possible.

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    Arizona Premier Surgery offers an exceptional facility with a team of trusted professionals that are devoted to your health and wellness journey.

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    APS – Chandler, AZ
    575 W Chandler Blvd
    Ste. 120
    Chandler, AZ 85225

    Phone: 480-245-4425
    Fax: 480-245-4426

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    da Vinci Hernia Surgery: What To Expect

    Today’s hernia patients have more treatment options than ever before, and many choose to undergo da Vinci robotic hernia repair. This type of hernia surgery offers great results and faster healing due to the minimally invasive nature of da Vinci hernia surgery– but it...

    Top Minimally Invasive Surgery Centers in Phoenix, AZ

    Discover the best minimally invasive surgery centers in Phoenix, AZ. From spine to cardiac care, these facilities offer advanced procedures with minimal downtime and maximum results. Check out our latest article to learn more about these innovative centers that take Arizona surgical procedures to the next level.

    What To Wear After Inguinal Hernia Surgery for a Faster Recovery

    Recovering from inguinal hernia surgery or caring for a loved one post-surgery? Choosing the right clothing can lead to a speedy and successful recovery.

    Robotic Hernia Surgery Recovery: What To Expect

    If you’re one of the millions of Americans who have a hernia, your doctor may recommend robotic hernia repair surgery. This advanced, minimally invasive technique allows faster recovery times and less pain. Learn more about what to expect during robotic hernia surgery recovery.

    Comparing and Contrasting Pancreas Surgery Technologies

    Getting the news that you need a procedure can be frightening, particularly when it is pancreas surgery. The good news is that we can break it down for you so that you understand your options. Learn more about recovery times, success rates, and what reduces recurrence rates.

    How To Minimize and Reduce Skin Cancer Scars

    While skin cancer is usually treatable if caught early, removing it can leave a scar. Most scars will fade on their own and be scarcely noticeable, and there are things you can do to further minimize their appearance. Medical treatments can also help.

    What Size Hiatal Hernia Needs Surgery? Answers to Your Most Pressing FAQs

    A hiatal hernia can come with many painful symptoms and may eventually lead to serious complications. That doesn’t automatically mean you need an operation, though. What size hiatal hernia needs surgery, and what are the other factors involved in the decision?

    Comparing and Contrasting Hernia Repair Surgery: Traditional, Laparoscopic, and Robotic

    Knowing that there are multiple options for hernia repair surgery may make you feel overwhelmed or anxious. Learn more about traditional, laparoscopic, and robotic hernia surgery at Arizona Premier Surgery to feel more prepared for your appointment.

    What to Expect From Robotic Gallbladder Removal: A Patient’s Guide

    Curious about the specifics of robotic gallbladder removal? Arizona Premier Surgery answers common questions you may have about this minimally invasive procedure such as recovery time, scarring and average pain levels.

    Managing Your Long-Term Diet After a Thyroidectomy

    A thyroidectomy is a common treatment option for people with certain types of cancers and thyroid disorders that do not respond to other medical interventions. Surgeons in the United States perform over 150,000 thyroidectomies every year. Because thyroid function...