da Vinci Laparoscopic Surgery

At  Women’s Health & Aesthetics, we are experts in Laparoscopic Gynecologic Surgery using the state-of-the-art da Vinci Surgical System. With years of experience, you can trust your physician, Dr. Nathan Bertoldo MD MPH, to expertly administer the procedure leaving minimal scarring and speedy recovery.

What is the da Vinci Surgical System used for?
-Endometriosis
-Heavy Uterine Bleeding
-Uterine Fibroids
-Uterine Prolapse
-Hysterectomy

 

When considering a hysterectomy, consider these points.  Dr Bertoldo is performing da Vinci Robotic surgery at a lower cost, and with better outcomes, than traditional methods. When the new methods have been proven to be superior, why have your surgery using outdated methods? 

da Vinci Hysterectomy offers the following benefits as compared to open surgery:

  • Preserves vaginal length, support, and sexual function

  • Reduced complication rate

  • Reduced length of hospital stay

  • Reduced blood loss and less likelihood for transfusion as compared to traditional laparoscopy

  • Reduced chance of procedure converting to an open abdominal procedure with big scar

 

As a patient, you get the advantages of a less painful procedure, less blood loss, minimal scarring, and a quicker recovery time.

 

Be informed in your choice. Older methods are outdated and increase potential of immediate complications as well as delayed complications like prolapse and incontinence.   

At our clinic, we perform the da Vinci® Surgery—a far less invasive procedure compared to traditional hysterectomy surgical methods.

Why the da Vinci Surgery?

The technically advanced da Vinci Surgical System has treated hundreds of thousands of patients through a laparoscopic procedure. The technology provides the doctor with magnified views cast in 3-D high-definition. Another groundbreaking feature of the system is the equipment’s response to the doctor's movements—their hand movements are transferred into ultra-precise movements in the target areas. Rather than a large open incision, several small incisions are created. This produces less scarring and pain, less blood loss, and a shorter hospital stay and recovery.