Bariatric surgery, also known as weight loss surgery, is a surgical procedure designed to help individuals with obesity achieve a healthy weight. It involves one of three main types of operations: gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and intra gastric balloon. The procedure reduces hunger, controls portion size, and decreases calorie absorption, leading to effective weight loss and improved health outcomes. However, it requires long-term commitment to lifestyle changes for successful results.
Our team includes experienced Laparoscopic Surgeons, Bariatric Nutritionists, Psychologists, Bariatric Coordinator, Physicians, and Anesthetists.Personalized Care –
We conduct individual assessments to understand each patient's specific needs and prepare them for the transformed life post-surgery.Robust Support Program –
Our dietitian will structure a pre-surgery diet plan and guide you post-surgery. We also arrange quarterly support group meetings to assist patients throughout their weight loss journey.
Bariatric surgery may be an option if:
Bariatric surgery is done to help you lose excess weight and reduce your risk of potentially life-threatening weight-related health problems, including:
Reduces stomach size, limiting food consumption and restricting unhealthy foods.Gastric Bypass –
Promotes weight loss by reducing hunger and calorie absorption by connecting the stomach to part of the small intestine.Endoscopy Gastric Balloon –
A non-surgical procedure involving the insertion of a balloon into the stomach, reducing stomach volume and leading to weight loss.Mini Gastric Bypass –
Combines restrictive and malabsorptive techniques for effective weight loss.
Establish a disciplined lifestyle with healthy habits, regular exercise, balanced meals, consistent sleep, and stress management.Short-Term Preparation –
Follow your doctor's recommendations, manage underlying health conditions, and quit tobacco and alcohol consumption.
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