Bariatric Surgery (Weight-loss Surgery)
An effective weight-loss option
Losing weight can be extremely difficult, and for people who have 100 pounds or more to lose, it can be even more challenging. For some, weight-loss surgery may offer a solution where other methods have failed. Bariatric surgery can be life transforming, offering individuals an opportunity to lead a more active and satisfying life.
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Bariatric surgery options
Dallas Regional Medical Center’s bariatric surgery program provides education and support that begins before surgery and extends through recovery to ensure individuals are set up for success. Our bariatric surgery program includes nutrition and fitness education to provide individuals with the tools they need to maintain long-term weight loss. Dallas Regional Medical Center’s experienced surgeons specialize in bariatric surgery, and offer proven weight-loss techniques such as:
- Lap-Band® Adjustable Gastric Banding – A less-invasive procedure that places a device around the upper part of the stomach to help you feel full sooner and longer. It’s a healthy way to lose a significant amount of weight and enjoy long-term results. Surgeons can easily change the diameter of the band to meet weight-loss needs, and the procedure is also reversible. This technique offers less pain and trauma, and a quicker recovery than traditional weight-loss surgery methods.
- Gastric bypass – There are several types of procedures that are used, but all of them bypass part of the small intestine that absorbs nutrients. Bypass techniques involve stapling off an area of the stomach to create a smaller pouch or surgically removing part of the stomach, both of which create a smaller stomach area.
Find out if bariatric surgery is right for you
Talk to your doctor to find out whether bariatric surgery is a good option for you. For more information, call (855) 5W8-LOSS (855-598-5677).
*Weight loss surgery: Patient results may vary. Consult your physician about the benefits and risks of weight loss surgery.