Robotic Assisted Gynecologic Surgery with the da Vinci System

The thought of extensive surgery (or really any kind of major hospital procedure) often causes clients to second guess medical services that can provide great benefits. While no one enjoys intensive, time-consuming operations or recovery periods, many popular procedures have suffered from these types of limitations for decades. However, the increasing role of robotic-assisted surgical tools and imaging has helped to reduce the risks and inconveniences of hundreds of different surgeries throughout the medical world. Gynecologic surgery makes up just one part of the long list of fields that now use robotic technology, but it has seen its fair share of improvements and refinement in recent years.

The ObGyn Center is proud to share with you that we have been offering these treatments with the state of the art, minimally-invasive da Vinci System for gynecologic surgery for the past 6 years. This technology allows surgeons to operate through a 3D high-definition visual system and use instruments with greater rotation, precision, and dexterity. Accordingly, many previously difficult or complex procedures can be completed safely and more efficiently than ever before. Benefits from the procedures that use this system include fewer incisions, faster recovery time, and less postoperative pain. Most of the patients have major surgery done as outpatient and able to enjoy considerable cost savings too.

Short list of procedures that can utilize the da Vinci System include:

  • Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
  • Laparoscopic removal of an ovarian cyst/Dermoids
  • Laparoscopic removal of the ovaries
  • Laparoscopic endometriosis surgery
  • Laparoscopic Myomectomy (removal of uterine fibroids)

Call us today at (702) 254-8900 to learn more about surgery with the da Vinci  System consultation.

 

 

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