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Dennis Eisenberg, MD, Obstetrician/Gynecologist, Brings da Vinci Single-Site® Robotic Surgery with Nearly Scarless Results and Faster Recovery Time to North Texas

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

North Texas OBGYN Dennis Eisenberg, MD is one of few women’s heath specialists in the region trained to perform the advanced Single-Site da Vinci Robotic Surgery® technique. This procedure is performed through a single incision near the belly button for nearly scarless results. da Vinci® is a state-of-the-art, minimally invasive surgical system used to treat gynecological issues such as fibroid tumors, endometriosis, heavy menstrual bleeding, cancer and pelvic prolapse. In 2007, Dr. Eisenberg obtained his robotic surgery certification, making him an early adopter of the da Vinci technique in North Texas. Since then, he has performed nearly 1,000 da Vinci robotic procedures, making him one of the most experienced OBGYN robotic surgeons serving Plano, Frisco and other North Dallas communities.

For generations, open surgery was the standard surgical approach for treating gynecologic issues. Through technological advancements, women now have more options for less invasive procedures. The da Vinci Surgical System has become a popular alternative to traditional surgeries due to improved precision, dexterity and minimal scarring since it traditionally has been performed through two to four 1-2 cm incisions. With this system, Dr. Eisenberg is able to operate with enhanced vision and control by using a 3-D vision system and small wristed instruments. To date, physicians around the world have successfully performed more than 1.5 million surgical procedures using the da Vinci system.

The latest refinements to the da Vinci system allows specially trained physicians to perform the Single-Site® procedure through one incision in the belly button rather 4-5 incisions required in the past. Currently, Single-Site® is used for gallbladder removal, along with hysterectomy and ovary removal for benign conditions. The benefits of Single-Site® are low blood loss, lower rates of complications and failure, shorter hospital stay, faster recovery time and nearly scarless results.

For surgeons, transitioning from traditional surgery to da Vinci robotic surgery requires exceptional training and experience. For patients seeking optimal results, it is important to find a highly experienced robotic surgeon.

To learn more about traditional and Single-Site da Vinci robotic surgery, please visit Dr. Eisenberg’s website,

About Dennis Eisenberg, MD

Dennis Eisenberg, MD is a board-certified OBGYN in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. With over 17 years of experience, Dr. Eisenberg is dedicated to helping women live a healthy lifestyle. Obtaining his Doctor of Medicine at Texas Tech Medical School, Dr. Eisenberg relocated to Dallas where he completed his OBGYN residency at the St. Paul Medical Center. As a Texas OBGYN Dr. Eisenberg serves Plano, Frisco and other North Dallas communities.

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