What do they use to close up after gallbladder removal with stones liproscpoically. And is it dangerous or should it be removed need information help?

Gallbladder surgery. The gallbladder is usually removed laparoscopically if possible. The small incisons or "port sites" are closed with sutures as necessary. Just removing the stones is ineffective because the gallbladder will form new ones.
Staples and stitches. No symptoms, no surgery. Symptomatic gb disease: surgery to prevent complications, e.g. Infection, pancreatitis. As with any surgical procedure, internal layers closed w/ absorbable sutures; skin closed w/ combination of sutures, staples and glue. All surgery carries inherent risks. If your doc is recommending this, you should follow their advice. Lap surg: smaller scars, shorter recovery vs trad.