Robotic-Assisted Weight Loss Surgery in Dallas
Surgery no longer requires an extended hospital stay and lengthy recovery. Today’s advanced technology now makes surgical procedures, like weight loss surgery, easier and less invasive, so recovery time is shorter.
White Rock Medical Center now has the latest, minimally invasive surgical technologies that assure you get the quality medical care you need while enjoying a smooth return to your daily life.
The da Vinci surgical system is one way we can offer a minimally invasive weight loss surgery option for patients considering gastric sleeve surgery. The gastric sleeve procedure works by reducing the size of the stomach by converting it into a narrow tube.
Robotic-Assisted Surgery: The Procedure
The da Vinci surgical system features a magnified, 3D high-definition vision system and special instruments that bend and rotate far greater than traditional laparoscopic techniques. It even has a greater range of motion than the human wrist. The da Vinci enables your doctor to operate with enhanced vision, dexterity and control.
Potential benefits of robotic-assisted weight loss surgery may include:
- Less pain
- Lower risk of infections
- Decrease in blood loss
- Less scarring
- Fewer complications
- Shorter recovery time
- Faster return to normal daily activities
What to Expect Before Robotic-Assisted Weight Loss Surgery
The first step in choosing robotic-assisted weight loss surgery at My New Beginning in Dallas is to come in for a free one-on-one consultation. You and a member of our care team will go over your weight loss surgery options and expectations so you can make an informed choice about your surgery.
What to Expect During Robotic -Assisted Weight Loss Surgery
First, you will receive general anesthesia before your weight loss surgery begins. Then, your surgeon will make tiny incisions on your abdomen that allow the minimally invasive tools to reach your stomach. The gastric sleeve will reduce the size of your stomach to approximately one-quarter of its normal size.
Potential Risks & Considerations Related to Bariatric Surgery May Include
- Fluid leak in the gastrointestinal system
- Abdominal pain
- Intestinal blockage
- Nausea with vomiting
In addition to these risks, there are risks related to minimally invasive surgery, including robotic-assisted weight loss surgery, such as hernia (bulging tissue) at the incision site. Some people may not be ideal candidates for robotic-assisted weight loss surgery. Our care experts will help create a custom plan of care for you.
What to Expect After Robotic-Assisted Weight Loss Surgery
It will take some time to recover, so it’s important to rest, monitor your caloric intake and follow your doctor’s orders for diet and medicine. You won’t be able to exercise right away, but gradually it will be crucial to start an exercise program that you can follow.
Start Living a Healthier Life Today
Weight loss surgery may be the long-term weight loss solution you’ve been looking for to improve your quality of health. Talk to our staff about how weight loss surgery at My New Beginning may help you live a healthier life.
Let us help you find the procedure that is right for you.
To learn more about weight loss surgery, including robotic-assisted weight loss surgery, contact My New Beginning at 214-324-6127 or use the link below.
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