Many times after weight loss surgery, there are complications that occur in the body, making revised weight loss surgery necessary to resolve these complications. These issues can be due to several things such as an anatomy change after the surgery, medical complications resulting from the surgery, and unresolved conditions and diseases. These issues can affect your ability to lose weight, and sometimes make you gain back the weight you lost over time.
Our Doctors are specially trained to identify these issues, and will revise your surgery to help you lose weight and resolve any failed procedures. We’ve fixed countless weight loss surgeries, and have the experience to make your procedures work.
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The Adjustable Gastric Band – often called the band – involves an inflatable band that is placed around the upper portion of the stomach, creating a small stomach pouch above the band, and the rest of the stomach below the band.Read More
Vertical Banded Gastroplasty – often called stomach stapling – involves using a band and staples to create a small stomach pouch. In the bottom of the pouch is a hole through which the remainder of the stomach before the gastrointestinal tract.Read More
The Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy – often called the sleeve – is performed by permanently removing approximately 80 percent of the stomach. The remaining stomach is a tubular pouch that resembles a banana.Read More
The Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass – often called gastric bypass – is a procedure with two components. First, the surgeon staples your stomach, creating a small pouch in the upper section. Next, the surgeon cuts your small intestine and attaches the lower part of it directly to the small stomach pouch. The surgeon connects the bypassed section farther down to the lower part of the small intestine.Read More
The Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch is a procedure with two components. First, a smaller, tubular stomach pouch is created by removing a portion of the stomach, very similar to the sleeve gastrectomy. Next, a large portion of the small intestine is bypassed, redirecting food to bypass most of your small intestine. The bypassed section is then reattached to the last part of the small intestine.Read More
We have extensive experience with bariatric surgery revisions in the Dallas, Fort Worth area, our doctors use the best and most up to date techniques available.
Our patients love what we do, our revisions have left them feeling and looking better than their previous procedure.
There are many complications that arise from bariatric surgery. Often times, patients are seen gaining weight after a weight loss procedure. Revised bariatric surgery is becoming more common, and is a way to make sure weight loss procedures go according to plan.
Health has never before been so important than after receiving a weight loss procedure. It is essential to follow your doctor’s guidelines to avoid re-gaining the weight you lost. There are many ways to keep your health in check after bariatric surgery.
Weight loss surgery can be complicated to make successful, and weight loss revision surgery is becoming more and more common. Recently, the success rates of revised bariatric surgery has increased to new state of the art technology in the industry.
Nowadays losing weight is becoming easier as innovation continues. Many people look to bariatric and revised bariatric surgery to help them continue losing weight. However, there is more people can do to lose weight. New techniques doctors are recommending patients to use after weight loss surgery has proved effective in getting results.