Weight loss surgery is now more efficient than ever with minimally invasive, robotic-assisted surgery at Your New Self, Detroit Medical Center’s Weight Loss Solutions program. Surgeons at DMC use the daVinci® si HD Surgical System, the first in Southeast Michigan with a dual console configuration.
This advanced state-of-the-art robotic technology allows weight loss surgeons to use robotic arms and 3-D cameras to perform elaborate, high-tech bariatric surgeries. Sitting in an ergonomically designed control console, doctors manipulate surgical tools through robotic arms with hand and foot controls only a short distance from their patient. The robotic arms hold tiny instruments with 360-degree movement capabilities which allow for greater precision.
Robotic-assisted surgeries typically last no longer than three hours and call for general anesthesia. Post-op recovery commonly requires one night in the hospital and patients experience considerably less pain and discomfort than with traditional surgeries.
Small incision sites (usually 1-2 cm) and shorter recovery times aren’t the only advantages of robotic-assisted surgery. Patients also benefit from the following:
DMC specializes in robotic-assisted surgeries such as Gastric Sleeve and Gastric Bypass.
To learn more about robotic assisted surgery at Your New Self, Detroit Medical Center’s weight loss solutions please fill out our contact us form or call us at 1-877-DMC-W8W8 for additional information.
Detroit Medical Center is the premier provider of weight loss surgery in Michigan and the Great Lakes Region. DMC operates offices in the Madison Heights and Southfield areas of Detroit, Michigan, and serves other areas including Ypsilanti, Saginaw, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Livonia, Monroe, Lansing, Dearborn, Novi and Troy. Your New Self also serves Canadian bariatric patients as a preferred provider for the Ontario Ministry of Health.
Your New Self at Detroit Medical Center boasts four expert bariatric surgeons who specialize in LAP-BAND®, REALIZE® Band, Sleeve Gastrectomy, and Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass bariatric surgeries.
Patients interested in weight loss surgery should sign up for a free informational seminar to learn more about their surgical options and get started today.