There are two types of minimally invasive surgery (also known as key hole surgery), Laparoscopic and Robotic. Laparoscopic surgery is the most common, however, the surgeon only has a 2-Dimensional view and the instruments have a primitive range of movement, offering no more than a pincer action. Therefore laparoscopic surgery has obvious limitations. Although Robotic Surgery is newer and offered by only a few surgeons, the technique has many advantages. The surgeon has a 3-dimensional view with much better definition and the instruments used with the robot offer more dexterity with a greater range of movement than the human hand. The result is the surgeon is able to offer much better precision in the surgery performed. There is no doubt that this is the future of surgery.