Meet Our Physicians That Use Mako Robotic-Assisted Surgery

Mako SmartRobotics™ combines three key components: 3D CT-based planning, AccuStop™ haptic technology, and Insightful Data Analytics, into one platform that has shown better outcomes for your total knee, total hip and partial knee patients.

What Is The Mako Robot?


The advanced features of the Mako Total Knee SmartRobotics™ are specifically designed to improve the precision and effectiveness of Triathlon component placement. During surgery, surgeons can evaluate the flexibility of soft tissues and make adjustments to ensure the implants are positioned optimally. Thanks to the revolutionary AccuStop™ haptic technology, studies have shown that using this system results in cleaner bone resections, less damage to soft tissues, and better preservation of bone compared to the traditional manual cutting blocks.


How Can Mako Help With The Hip?


Our doctors optimize your Mako Total Hip journey with patient-specific planning for precise implant positioning. Surgeons can now effectively assess potential impingement by analyzing changes in pelvic tilt in seated, standing, and supine positions. Utilizing AccuStop™ haptic technology and a patient’s customized CT scan, Mako Total Hip offers the convenience of single stage reaming and guided cup impaction, ensuring exceptional precision during implant placement.

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How Can The Mako Help With The Knee

The Mako Partial Knee allows surgeons to accurately balance soft tissue tension during surgery, resulting in a more natural knee movement. Clinical studies have demonstrated that the Mako Partial Knee consistently achieves precise component placement according to the patient’s preoperative plans. Additionally, this advanced technology reduces damage to surrounding soft tissues and assists surgeons in achieving optimal soft tissue balance.