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Studies show that outcomes of transoral robotic surgery result in swallowing and speech functions that are often better than other surgical methods, but without invasive scars.
Transoral robotic surgery is also less likely to adversely affect breathing and sense of taste than traditional surgery. Most patients are able to resume eating solid foods quickly after surgery, and hospital stays are significantly reduced.