DA VINCI ROBOTIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES

Da Vinci Robotic Surgery is an option for minimally invasive procedures that provides enhanced visualization and dexterity to the surgeons leading to improved outcomes and recovery.


Some of the procedures that can be performed are:


Da Vinci Robotic Surgery
Robotic Cholecystectomy
Robotic Hernia Repair
Robotic Colectomy
Robotic Appendectomy

The Da Vinci Robotic Surgery is a surgical procedure, where surgeons use robotic aid to perform minimally invasive surgery.


This surgical procedure is recommended for patients who require minimally invasive surgery in order to treat their condition. A vast amount of surgical procedures are possible with this system.


If you or your family doctor notice any abnormalities, you may request a consultation with us today.


If you have a gallbladder attack or severe symptoms, we may may suggest surgery to remove your gallbladder. It’s an organ you can live without. Gallbladder removal is known as a cholecystectomy.


Gallbladder surgery can be done using open surgery (through one large incision) or minimally invasively (through a few small incisions or one belly button incision) using Da Vinci Robotic Surgery.


If you or your family doctor notice any abnormalities, you may request a consultation with us today.


If you have a hernia, we may suggest surgery if need be. This can be done using open surgery or minimally invasive surgery. During hernia surgery, the weak tissue in the wall of the stomach or groin is secured and any holes are closed.


If you or your family doctor notice any abnormalities, you may request a consultation with us today.


Common conditions that may affect your colon include: diverticulitis, colon cancer, or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) which includes ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease. If you have one of these conditions, your doctor may suggest surgery to remove all or part of your colon. This surgery is called a colectomy.


A colectomy may be done with open surgery through one large incision (cut). It can also be done with minimally invasive surgery through a few small incisions using Da Vinci Robotic Surgery.


If you or your family doctor notice any abnormalities, you may request a consultation with us today.


Appendicitis is a very common surgical scenario. One out of every 2,000 people has an appendectomy sometime during their lifetime. A removal procedure of the infected appendix is required. Traditionally, the appendix is removed through an incision in the right lower abdominal wall, but this can also be done through minimally invasive surgery using the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery.


If you or your family doctor notice any abnormalities, you may request a consultation with us today.