Computer Assisted Surgery

Continuing to set the pace in our region for providing area residents with the most up-to-date health care technology, Shore Medical Center’s board certified surgeons use the StealthNavigatorTM Program for computer-assisted surgical (CAS) procedures. Computer-assisted surgery has revolutionized traditional surgical techniques by allowing surgeons to navigate through the body using computer-generated three-dimensional  images.

The StealthNavigator enables surgeons to look inside a patient and see everything in precise, 3D detail — a lobe of the brain, the twisting passageway of nasal cavities, the structure of a vertebra. Computer-assisted surgical procedures can be substantially less invasive, target a precise area and avoid healthy tissue, as well as allow for smaller incisions and less tissue dissection, which translates into speedier recoveries and better results for our patients.