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Surgical Procedures

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The da Vinci® Surgical System offers a minimally invasive and highly efficient alternative for complex surgical procedures. With this advanced technology, surgeons can perform surgeries through a few small incisions, aided by a 3D vision system and tiny wristed instruments that surpass the human wrist’s bending and rotating abilities. Patients undergoing da Vinci surgery typically experience smaller incisions, less pain, shorter hospital stays, quicker return to daily activities, and a higher likelihood of positive clinical outcomes.

Colorectal Procedures

The colorectal region, consisting of the colon and rectum, are susceptible to numerous health conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, blockages, ruptures, diverticulitis, and cancer. These conditions can vary in severity, from mild to life-threatening, and can have a significant impact on your overall well being. With the da Vinci system, patients can undergo minimally invasive surgery that reduces pain and accelerates recovery time. Our goal is to help you feel like yourself sooner, so you can get back to doing what you love.

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Gallbladder Procedures

When the gallbladder becomes inflamed (known as cholecystitis) the ducts can become obstructed, typically due to the formation of small, solid masses called gallstones. Gallbladder removal, known as a cholecystectomy, is the most common method for treating gallstones. This condition may result in symptoms ranging from mild discomfort to severe pain. The da Vinci system leaves patients virtually scarless, with less pain than traditional surgery and the ability to get back to life quicker.


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Hernia Procedures

Hernias can be painful and uncomfortable and it’s important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have one. The da Vinci system is effective in repairing hernias, helps minimize pain and causes fewer complications compared to traditional open surgery. The technology is highly detailed, allowing the doctor to have clear, magnified images of the area which leads to better results. Greater precision means less muscle and connective tissue is damaged during the surgery.


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Hysterectomy  •  Salpingo-oophorectomy  •  Culpopexy  •  Bariatric •  Lung Biopsy/Resections