What is da Vinci Surgery?

Robotic-assisted surgery is a form of minimally invasive surgery, performed through a few small incisions.

During robotic-assisted surgery, your surgeon controls the da Vinci surgical system through a special console in the room.

The da Vinci’s vision capabilities give your surgeon a highly magnified, crystal-clear, 3D view while operating, so he or she can see the fine details of your surgery.

With robotic-assisted surgery, patients experience improved outcomes when using da Vinci.

The da Vinci System enables surgeons to perform even the most complex and delicate procedures through very small, precise incisions.

3D High definition camera allows surgeon to see:
A crystal clear and highly magnified view of your anatomy as he/she operates
Anatomy not normally visible to the human eye
The fine details of your surgery

Access anatomical locations that were previously difficult to reach by other approaches
Beyond the limits of the human hand
Access hard-to-reach places

Precise Control
Tremor Control
Precision of small instruments

Benefits for Patients
Length of stay in hospital is shorter
Likeliness to return to the hospital is low (ie: readmission)
Lower post-surgery pain and medication use
Return to normal faster
High patient satisfaction
Low complication rate