Robotic Surgery

Stephen G. Pereira, M. D. and Associates offers Robotic Surgery in New Jersey for various abdominal and gastrointestinal conditions.

Trobotic surgeryhere are a wide range of conditions affecting abdominal organs and tissues that general surgeons treat using robotic surgery. Among these are: colon and rectal cancer, morbid obesity, stomach cancer, pancreatic disease and achalasia (swallowing disorder). Collectively, these conditions impact millions of people around the world.

  • Colorectal cancer is the 3rd most deadly and 4th most common cancer globally
  • Stomach cancer is the second most deadly cancer worldwide
  • Smokers are 2 to 3 times more likely to get pancreatic cancer
  • An estimated 300 million people around the world are obese; in the U.S. alone, 72 million people are obese

New Jersey Robotic Surgery

New Jersey Robotic Surgery systemMinimally invasive robotic surgery enables surgeons to operate through a few tiny incisions instead of a long incision used for traditional open surgery. Using the state-of-the-art da Vinci Surgery System provides your doctor with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control, while offering patients many potential benefits as compared to traditional surgery, such as:

  • Excellent outcomes for cancer control
  • Quick return of bowel function
  • Fast return to oral nutrition
  • Low blood loss
  • Minimal surgical trauma
  • Low risk of complications
  • Short hospital stay
  • Fast recovery

single incision robotic surgerySingle Incision Robotic Surgery

Stephen G. Pereira, M.D. and Associates performs Single Incision Robotic Gallbladder Surgery. Dr. Pereira performs single incision robotic cholecystectomy at Hackensack UMC in Hackensack, New Jersey and at Hackensack UMC at Pascack Valley in Westwood, New Jersey.

Single Incision Robotic Surgery provides enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control, while offering patients many potential benefits as compared to traditional surgery.


How Robotic Single Incision Surgery WorksHow Robotic Single Incision Surgery Works

During the procedure, Dr. Pereira sits at a console viewing 3-D, high-definition video and images while using controls below the display to move robotic arms with attached surgical instruments.

Unlike traditional robotic surgeries, Single Incision Robotic Cholecystectomy allows for a single incision at the belly button where the diseased gallbladder is removed laparoscopically.


Benefits of Single Incision Robotic SurgeryBenefits of Single Incision Robotic Surgery

Benefits of the single-incision surgery can include minimal scarring, less pain, less bleeding, faster recovery and a shorter hospital stay, enhancing quality and safety and improving patient satisfaction.

To learn more about Robotic Gallbladder Surgery in Hackensack NJ, call (201) 343-3433 or request an appointment online.


To learn more about our robotic surgical procedures, call (201) 343-3433 or request an appointment online.