About the da Vinci system
Our practice is excited to offer the The da Vinci Robotic system as a surgical option for our patients. This is a state-of-the-art surgical system designed to help surgeons perform complicated surgeries once only achievable through large abdominal incisions with small incisions. The potential benefits over an abdominal incision include:
- Significantly less pain
- Less blood loss and need for tranfusions
- Less risk of infection
- Less scarring
- Shorter hospital stay
- Shorter recovery time
- Quicker return to most normal activities
Surgeons have enhanced abilities to perform complicated surgeries because the da Vinci Robot improves visualization of internal organs with a 3-D field of view, increases precision of a surgeon’s movements, and expands a surgeon’s control over all surgical instruments.
"Compassionate quality care. Knowledgeable staff. I had three procedures done with Dr. Bazinski. She is wonderful, she made me feel comfortable. Everything was explained before my procedure. She answered all my questions and was there for continued support."- Anonymous / RateMDs / Mar 18, 2017
"I love dr Juran and she has always been so kind and comforting. She helped me through a procedure that has changed my life for the better. I am so thankful for her"- M. / Wellness / Aug 01, 2017
"Saw Dr. Juran for the first time today and she is literally one of the nicest people I've ever met. I walked in completely uncomfortable and anxious and walked out feeling so much calmer and like my doctor really cared about me!!"- Y. / Wellness / Jun 29, 2017
"I moved her from NJ and found Dr. Juran and I am so glad I did. She is an extremely knowledgeable Doctor who listens to what you have to say and helps you make the best decision for your circumstances. Before and after my surgery, she was attentive and checked up on me periodically. Not only is she a great Doctor, but she is a sweet woman. The staff is great as well. I will continue to be seen by her and look forward to my visits."- K.T. / Wellness / Jun 19, 2017
"I have been seeing Dr. Juran for a year now after being referred to her office by 2 friends at work. I was having some major issues that had gone on for quite some time. I had seen another GYN and was so unhappy with every aspect of my treatment that I was ready to just 'live with it'. After calling Dr. Jurans office and explaining my situation they got me in to the office the very next day. After my exam we discussed options and chose a course of action. Dr. Juran told me not to worry, that she was going to have me better and she was right! She did not need 6 months of 'let's try this' or a half dozen consultations. She knew right away I needed help and she hopped to it! I have never felt better in my life and I have her to thank for it. I truly feel like she saved my life. I highly recommend this kind caring woman to anyone needing a GYN."- J. / Wellness / Jun 19, 2017
Although it is called a “robot,” the da Vinci Surgical System cannot act on its own. Instead, every surgical maneuver is performed only under the precise control of a surgeon. The instruments used with the da Vinci robot usually measure less than an inch in length and approximately 1/4 of an inch in width. Thus, these tiny instruments can be inserted into the abdomen with very small 1/2 inch incisions.
Dr. Basinski and Dr. Juran are excited to offer this technology to their patients. This is a major advancement in the surgical approach to complicated female surgeries like sacrocolpopexy for pelvic prolapse repair, as well as even for . Please visit www.daVinciSurgery.com to view pictures of the robot and watch videos of the robot “in action.”
Uterosacral Ligament Suspension (non-mesh)
A uterosacral ligament suspension is an operation designed to restore support to the uterus (womb) or vaginal vault (top of the vagina in a woman who has had a hysterectomy). The uterosacral ligaments are strong, supportive structures that attach the cervix (neck of the womb) to the sacrum (bottom of the spine). Weakness and stretching of these ligaments can contribute to pelvic organ prolapse. A uterosacral ligament suspension involves stitching the uterosacral ligaments to the apex or top of the vagina, thereby restoring normal support to the top of the vagina. This operation can be done vaginally, abdominally or laparoscopically.
Colpocleisis (vaginal closure)
A colpocleisis is a surgery to correct pelvic organ prolapse for women who do not desire future vaginal intercourse and/or are in poor general health.
The surgery is performed by making an opening in the vagina and the tissue layer under the vaginal skin is reinforced with strong sutures in order to “fix the bulging.” The vaginal opening is also narrowed. The stitches will dissolve over a period of a few months and will not need to be removed.