Bariatric surgery, or weight loss surgery, is surgery to achieve significant weight loss. There are a number of techniques used to perform bariatric surgery.
In Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, surgeons make your stomach smaller and re-route food to “bypass” part of the small intestine. In sleeve gastrectomy surgery, surgeons make your stomach smaller by removing about 75-80 percent of the stomach.
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Gastric bypass surgery is a type of bariatric, or weight loss, surgery. During gastric bypass surgery, your physician makes changes to your stomach and small intestine to change the way they absorb and digest food.
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We offer the latest procedures designed to revise, or fix, any prior weight loss surgeries you may have had, including endoscopic options. Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure that uses an endoscope, a long, flexible lighted tube with a camera attached to it, to view and treat the areas within your gastrointestinal tract.
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Surgeons perform laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy by removing approximately 75-80 percent of the stomach. The remaining stomach is a tubular pouch that resembles a banana.
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Removing your adjustable band and converting you to a different surgical treatment is more complicated and carries a higher risk of complications than the initial placement of your Lap Band. This is because you are operating on the same areas for a second time or more.
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At COMET, our team includes experts from every medical specialty connected to obesity and weight loss. We all work together to design the safest, most effective individual treatment plan for you.
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*Weight loss results can vary depending on the individual. There is no guarantee of specific results. Read full disclaimer >