More and more surgeons are opting to use minimally invasive surgeries. By 2019, the number of minimally invasive surgeries is expected to double. One of the factors driving the growth of less invasive surgery is technology such as the da Vinci® System in which Georgia SurgiCare professionals are trained extensively in and use often.

The da Vinci® System in Surgery

Using the da Vinci® System rather than more traditional methods offers several benefits. Instead of a large open incision, the size of the robotic device allows for smaller openings, and thus minimal scarring. It offers a 3D view of the area being operated on as well as advanced precision, vision and control in otherwise small or hard to reach areas. Due to the special instruments it also has the ability to bend and rotate at far greater angles than a human hand. Throughout the entire procedure, the surgeon is able to see everything and has 100% control of the machine.


The da Vinci® System has proven effective in treating a number of ailments, including:

  • Gallbladder Disease
  • Stomach Cancer
  • Achalasia
  • Gastric Bypass


Besides minimal scarring, there are other less obvious advantages to opting for a surgery using the da Vinci System. Patients that undergo Vinci® System surgery often have less blood loss, a shorter recovery time and less reliance on post-operative pain medication.

Ask your doctor if you are a suitable candidate for surgery using the da Vinci® System and learn how you can benefit from top notch technology in our talented surgeon’s hands.

For more information about these procedures, or to request an appointment at our weight loss surgery center, call us at 678.466.6760.

Contact us today with any questions!


Let the da Vinci® Robotic Surgery Method Paint You a New Physique

The da Vinci® Method is a weight loss surgery similar to Bariatric surgery, but it uses robotic technology to reduce invasiveness while enhancing your surgeon’s vision, precision and control.

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