Surgical instruments are inserted through microscopic incisions during a robotic-assisted operation. Our doctors have cameras attached to the equipment, which provide a thorough and magnified image of the operative site.

The physicians move surgical tools utilizing master controls, using the camera’s views as a reference. Our surgeons have complete control over the process because the tools respond to their commands, moving with accuracy and precision. Colorectal diseases can also be addressed without damaging adjacent tissues thanks to the compact and flexible robotic tools.

Reduced Blood Loss

 The physicians use robotic surgical equipment to make a single small incision or a succession of small incisions. This eliminates the need for one or more big incisions. Patients benefit from smaller incisions because they reduce blood loss during surgery and the risk of post-surgical blood loss and infection. Improved surgical precision also aids in the reduction of blood loss. During robotic-assisted surgery, only vital tissues are manipulated, so patients don’t have to worry about blood loss from adjacent tissues or organs.

Minimal Scars

 Patients recuperate with smaller and less apparent surgical scars as a result of smaller surgical incisions. Scar tissue fades so well for many individuals that it almost merges in with the surrounding skin. The surgical scars are so small that they can easily be hidden beneath clothing, even if the patient is only wearing a bathing suit or underwear. For more info on colorectal surgeons in Singapore, contact Advanced Colorectal and General Surgery today.

For more info on colorectal surgeons in Singapore, contact Advanced Colorectal and General Surgery today.

Less Post-Surgical Pain

The use of robotic surgery provides for a less intrusive surgical approach. This not only necessitates the use of smaller incisions. Treatment is more targeted as a result of the increased precision. The use of robotic surgical tools allows for essential repairs to be made without upsetting or harming the surrounding tissues. All of this helps our patients by minimizing post-operative discomfort, resulting in a more pleasant surgical recovery.

 Shorter Recovery

 Patients benefit from smaller incisions and more precise surgical manipulation, which results in a speedier and more comfortable recovery. Patients also require a shorter stay in the hospital since they recuperate quickly and there is less chance of infection or other post-surgical problems.

Patients are often able to return home the same day as their surgery. Patients are usually able to resume many of their normal daily activities within a few days of returning home, and they can usually return to work approximately a week after treatment.