I have to agree with the other posters that the more experienced everyone on the team is the better. With more experience they can develop more skills in handling out of the ordinary things happening in the operating room. Even though everyone has the same basic "parts" in their anatomy, there is variability between individuals. And a more experienced surgeon should be quicker to pick up any anomolies in your particular anatomy. By that I mean that even though a nerve is supposed to run above some other structure, in some rare instances the nerve may run underneath that other structure. You want your surgeons to have seen every possibility before your surgery, and to have previously dealt with every possible complication.