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The Future of Surgery Is Here from K and B Surgical Center: Nation’s First Outpatient Robotic Surgery Center
Date:8/26/2013

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

K and B Surgical Center (http://www.kandbsurgicalcenter.com), a state-of-the-art outpatient medical facility with a variety of surgical specialties, announces the addition of the da Vinci Si Surgical System. K and B Surgical Center is one of a few outpatient centers in the world with this robotic system.

Robotic surgery has brought with it a new forefront of technology and innovation that allows surgeons to take minimally invasive techniques one step further. Recent technological advancements in robotic surgery provide unparalleled precision, dexterity and control that enable minimally invasive single incision surgery (surgery performed through one small incision in the belly-button) to occur with many complex surgical procedures.

Robotic procedures currently performed at K and B Surgical Center includes gynecological surgery, urological surgery, pediatric surgery, general surgery, bariatric surgery, and colorectal surgery. Based in Beverly Hills, California, K and B Surgical Center delivers surgical innovation and the highest level of personalized care within state-of-the-art operating rooms, elegant and intimate private recovery rooms, and an ultra-clean, infection-free environment. It is home to some of the most gifted and recognized surgical specialists in the United States.

"The robotics equipment at K and B Surgical Center surpasses that currently possessed by any of the large institutions in Los Angeles. There is literally no better system in the world that a surgeon could have access to. It is amazing to me that I get to combine this level of cutting edge technology with a calm spa-like atmosphere. My patients have universally raved about their experience at K and B Surgical Center," says Dr. Jennifer Lang, Gynecological Surgeon for K and B Surgical Center.

"Outpatient robotic surgery at K and B Surgical Center has all the benefits without the hassle at a traditional hospital," states Matthew H.T. Bui, MD, PhD, a specialist in robotic and minimally invasive urology.

There are many potential benefits to single incision (belly-button) robotic surgery, including a single incision, minimal scarring, shorter surgical stay, less blood loss, less pain, and a faster recovery time.

About K and B Surgical Center

K and B Surgical Center is dedicated to providing top quality medical care to patients from around the globe. Located in beautiful Beverly Hills, California, an area rich in cultural diversity, K and B Surgical coordinates all arrangements of our international patients’ stay with the utmost care and respect. We strive to provide personalized concierge service that meets the needs of all cultures. For more information, please visit http://www.kandbsurgicalcenter.com.

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