Weight Loss Surgery ​​

Weight loss surgery saves lives! We all know the health risks of obesity, we know the mental anguish of those that live trapped in an obese body. Medical science has advanced to save lives and give us life spans longer than ever before and weight loss surgery is taking it's place as the cornerstone of the success of many of these advances. To achieve a long and healthy life we MUST achieve and maintain a healthy weight and unless we do so we cannot take advantage of so many of the medical advancents of our time. 

So the question becomes - 
Are YOU ready to

 Our Weight Loss Surgery Options

The Gastric Sleeve is the most popular weight loss surgery, a "sleeve" is highly successful, removes 85% of the stomach, faster recovery while complications are rare.

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Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB)
​​The Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB) is a short, simple, successful and inexpensive laparoscopic gastric bypass weight loss procedure, usually performed in only 30 minutes. The Mini Gastric Bypass is low risk, has excellent long term weight loss, minimal pain and can be easily reversed or revised. More people from all across America and around the world are choosing the MGB as the best in Bariatric Surgery.​​
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Gastric Bypass /
Roux-En-Y
Gastric Bypass Surgery
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Roux-en- Y gastric bypass surgery laparoscopically, through  a series of very small incisions through which he passes the laparoscope, or optical telescope, separating a small stomach pouch directly below the esophagus. The Roux-en- Y gastric bypass procedure, the surgeon cuts the small intestine 20 inches after its origin, then attaches the end still connected to the lower intestinal tract directly to the new stomach pouch. The end still attached to the now-detached stomach is connected to the small intestine about 40 to 60 inches down the intestinal tract. Afterward, ingested food passes only through the limb of intestine attached to the small stomach pouch, also known as the Roux limb. Food does not pass through the bypassed limb of intestine.
Single Anastomosis
Duodeno-lleal - SADI

The SADI procedure is a relatively simple surgical procedure to perform; it involves removing 85% of the stomach by creating a sleeve gastrectomy. SADI is a restrictive surgery and malabsorptive surgery to help improve the patient’s life. It is a restrictive surgery as the stomach's curvature is restricted and a malabsorptive surgery due to the fact that it reduces the amount nutrients that the body absorbs. This combination has been given the name of SADI procedure and has revolutionized the medical industry.

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Duodenal Switch
with Gastric Sleeve
The Duodenal Switch is a mixed procedure because it has a double content absorptive and restrictive action. The restrictive part is the Gastric Sleeve (Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy, Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy) is the first step and consists in performing a resection of 86% of the stomach providing it in a cylindrical form and with an inside diameter in a straw-size and eliminating from the body the receptors from the hunger hormone giving a different capacity of 98 to 148 millimeters.  This surgery requires a higher level of specialty, our surgical team is well qualifed and well experienced in this procedure
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REVISION
SURGERY
Following bariatric surgery, you may not have achieved the dramatic weight loss you expected. Like many patients, you may have seen satisfactory results at first, but after some time, your weight began to plateau. Depending on your needs, your doctor can convert the results from your previous LAP-BAND®, gastric sleeve, or gastric bypass surgery to improve your weight loss. Revision surgery can also improve complications from a past procedure. 
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