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Robotic-assisted Surgery

General Information

We use a robotic-assisted surgical system to perform high-precision, minimally invasive surgeries. This high-definition technique gives surgeons greater visualization, precision and control during surgery.

Talk with your doctor to find out if you are a candidate for robotic-assisted surgery.

How robotic-assisted surgery works

Unlike conventional surgery, robotic technology gives the surgeon a highly magnified view of the patient’s anatomy. Specially designed instruments allow a surgeon to operate through a number of small incisions, instead of one large incision.

Sitting at a master console, the surgeon maneuvers the robotic arms, which securely hold the surgical instruments and a high-resolution endoscopic camera. The surgeon simply moves his or her hands to move the instruments or reposition the camera. The robotic arms allow the surgeon to perform the surgery through a few small “keyhole” entrances, manipulate the tissue with great precision and remove glands while minimizing harm to surrounding tissue. After the procedure, the patient is left with only a few small marks from the incisions and none of the scars normally associated with traditional surgery.

When conducted by an experienced surgeon, robotic-assisted surgery is a much more accurate operation than traditional open surgery. The 3-D view provided by the camera and the dexterity of the robotic hands allow the surgeon to maneuver through and around nerves and vital structures.

Learn more about our minimally invasive surgeries.

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