Welcome to HW. Sorry you have to be here but I think you will find it is a great place for support and advice.
First of all, I think you are wise to look for a more experienced doctor. There is statistical evidence that shows that cure rates improve with experience - leveling off at about 250 procedures. Some believe that even more is necessary for proficiency with the robot.
Now, I hope you will permit some unsolicited advice. If you are going to stick around, may I suggest that you post your detailed statistics so that people on this site can better respond to your posts. Things like your age, Gleason score, number of positive cores and % cancerous, PSA, etc. Look at the "signatures" and you will see what I mean. Also, I don't know how much education you have on the subject of prostate cancer. It is a complex disease and your best approach is to get yourself well educated so that you can be your own advocate. I think Walsh's "Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer", Stum's "Primer..." and Scholz "Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers" can provide you with some appropriate info and balance.
Finally, I hope you will consider all of the treatment options and not just lock in on surgery from the get-go. If you really have very early stage cancer, perhaps you should be considering Active Surveillance wherein you carefully monitor the cancer without further treatment. Or, you may be a candidate for brachytherapy (seeds) which cures prostate cancer as well as surgery but with less onerous side effects.
Good luck and please come back with your questions.