Robotic Surgery Changes the Game: Improved Outcomes and Faster Recoveries

 

What is Robotic Surgery?

During a typical “open” surgery, a surgeon will utilize one large incision to perform the procedure. Large incisions mean more blood loss and longer recovery periods post-op. Luckily, there is a game-changing technology to remove those complications. The da Vinci Robotic Surgical System.

With robotic surgery, the surgeon will make several smaller incisions, and insert tools to perform the procedure. The benefits of robotic surgery stem straight from the fact that is minimally invasive. With smaller incisions comes less blood loss, less pain, and less noticeable scarring post-recovery. Because the surgery is minimally invasive, recovery takes less time. That means less time in the hospital and less time before you can go back to work.

Robotic Surgeon | Denison | Sherman | McKinney | Durant

Dr. Aaron Cernero is the only surgeon in the Texoma area certified to operate using the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System. The da Vinci Surgical System is the latest and greatest in surgical and robotic technology. Featuring a magnified 3D high-definition vision system and tiny wristed (meaning they move like a hand) instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human wrist, the da Vinci provides Dr. Cernero with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity, and control.

Dr. Cernero uses the da Vinci to perform abdominal surgeries such as a Cholecystectomy (or gallbladder removal surgery), Abdominal Wall Hernia repair, and Colorectal Adrenalectomies. Throughout the surgery, Dr. Cernero is in control of the da Vinci 100% of the time. It translates his hands’ movements into smaller, precise movements of the tiny instruments inside your body during the operation.

For more information on robotic surgery and the da Vinci Surgical System, contact Cernero Surgery & Aesthetics today. To determine if you are a viable candidate, call us at (903) 462-4247 for a free consultation with the Texoma robotic surgeon patients trust, Dr. Aaron Cernero.

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