If your doctor recommends surgery, you may feel nervous and uncertain, but having a skilled surgeon you trust helps you feel comfortable and achieve the best outcome possible. The qualified team of surgeons at East Valley Urology Center in Mesa, Arizona, offers a variety of surgical procedures to improve your urologic health, including robotic surgery using the da Vinci® Surgery system. To learn more about robotic surgery, schedule a consultation online or by phone today.
Robotic surgery increases doctors’ precision and control, enabling them to perform complex operations and minimally invasive procedures that require small incisions. Open surgical procedures may also benefit from robotic surgical assistance.
The highly trained doctors at the East Valley Urology (EVU) Center are experts at utilizing minimally invasive and robotic surgery techniques. They ensure you are comfortable during and after the procedure.
At your initial office visit, expect to discuss your diagnosis and, when necessary, surgical options. The team at the EVU Center treats a variety of urologic problems, including cancer of the kidneys and bladder.
The FDA approved the da Vinci system in 2000 as an effective surgical technique. Your doctor may recommend it as part of surgical treatment for a variety of urologic conditions.
The system includes tools like mechanical arms with attached surgical instruments and a camera. A computer console near the operating table is the control center for the arms.
Before the surgery, your doctor inserts a thin tube with a camera attached. The camera provides a high-definition 3D image that’s magnified for optimal viewing.
When robotic surgery equipment is part of your surgery, the doctor has increased control and technical precision. The equipment improves the view of the surgical area during complex or difficult procedures.
Other benefits of the da Vinci system include:
The skilled team of doctors at EVU Center uses the da Vinci robotic surgery system during several procedures, including:
When you decide on surgery to correct your urologic condition, your doctor reviews your viability for robotic surgery. Most minimally invasive procedures accommodate robotic surgery. The basis for determining whether you are a good candidate include your specific medical needs and diagnosis.
To learn more about robotic surgery, schedule an appointment online or by phone.