Pathway to surgery


Weight loss surgery may be the next step for people who remain severely obese after trying non-surgical approaches, or for people who have an obesity-related disease. Surgery to produce weight loss is a serious undertaking. Anyone thinking about undergoing this type of operation should understand what it involves. Weight loss surgery is not right for everyone. You should take into consideration of all the hard work, lifestyle change and motivation it will take after surgery.

The pathway for weight loss through surgery is not an easy way. However, the results are usually marvelous with a great patient satisfaction. This pathway starts from my Slim and Beautiful Obesity Surgery Clinic and ends with a great modification of your lifestyle to start a new life.

Adjustable Gastric Banding


Gastric banding is an adjustable gastric band that alters the anatomy of the stomach to help you reduce your food intake.

It is performed laparoscopically, meaning that the surgeon makes small incisions as opposed to one large incision.

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Sleeve Gastrectomy?


Sleeve gastrectomy, or vertical sleeve gastrectomy, is one of the relatively newer types of weight loss surgery.

This surgery can also be referred to medically as gastric sleeve resection, gastric sleeve surgery or tube gastrectomy.

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Gastric Bypass


Gastric bypass (Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass) is regarded internationally as the “gold standard” of weight loss surgery designed to reduce your food intake if you have tried and failed to lose weight through diet and exercise. Follow up to 15 years after surgery has shown patients maintain weight loss after gastric bypass surgery.

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