Dr. Joseph F. Zabilski: Makoplasty is a ground-breaking technology that allows us to do partial knee replacements in a very accurate and precise way. It uses robotics instead of just hand held guides to guide us where we make our cuts or remove bone so that we can put the prosthesis in, in the perfect position. In the past, we would rely on external guides or other techniques to try to position the prosthesis correctly. This could sometimes lead to some errors in positioning prostheses. But with the Makoplasty, we actually get a CAT scan of the knee beforehand, this allows us to actually virtually perform the surgery before you even get into the OR. We can position the components of the prosthesis much more accurately. And then when we bring the patient into the operating room, we basically execute that plan. It does it in a much more accurate and precise way which will lead to a better long term result.