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GASTRIC SLEEVE

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy is a procedure that is performed using a laparoscope, or small camera, that is inserted the abdomen. Long surgical instruments used to carry out the surgery are also inserted through a series of small incisions. The LSG procedure is generally less invasive and carries fewer risks than other weight-loss surgeries, which is why it is often used as a first step in surgical weight-loss treatments.
The LSG procedure involves reducing the stomach volume by permanently removing 60-85% of the stomach pouch, leaving the remaining section in a sleeve-like shape, hence the expression “gastric sleeve.” Thus, weight-loss is obtained through gastric reduction, restricting the amount of food needed to feel full.
LSG works with the body’s normal satiety mechanism, causing patients to naturally eat less and feel good about it. Gastric sleeve surgery can also restrict appetite by reducing hunger-related hormone production in the stomach, which further contributes to weight loss As the intestines are not altered in any way, digestion and absorption are not affected, and eating habits do not have to be radically altered. The LSG procedure has been shown to reduce excess body weight by anywhere from 55 to 75% within one year.
On average, the surgery takes less than an hour to complete; patients are discharged 1-2 days post-op, and return to work after 2-4 weeks.

Mini Gastric Bypass

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Mini Gastric Bypass
The Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB) combines gastric reduction and intestinal malabsorption to achieve weight loss. The procedure involves creating a small gastric pouch near the esophageal sphincter. The first part of the intestine is attached to the newly formed gastric pouch about two meters down the intestine.

The MGB is a new type of gastric bypass that is still under investigation in North American after gaining significant popularity in Europe and Asia. The main difference between the GB and the MGB is that there is only one instead of two anastomoses (connections) between the stomach and the intestine. This leads to less operative time and anesthesia. Because of the fewer divisions in the intestines, the MGB results in lower risk of bowel obstruction. The MGB results in similar weight loss and reversion of metabolic diseases as the GB.

Gastric Bypass

STARTING AT $5,500

Gastric Bypass

After making the incisions with the open or laparoscopic technique, the surgeon cuts across the top of your stomach, sealing it off from the rest of your stomach. The resulting pouch is about the size of a walnut and can hold only about an ounce of food. Normally, your stomach can hold about 3 pints of food.
Then, the surgeon cuts the small intestine and sews part of it directly onto the pouch. Food then goes into this small pouch of stomach and then directly into the small intestine sewn to it. Food bypasses most of your stomach and the first section of your small intestine, and instead enters directly into the middle part of your small intestine.

SURGERY TYPES

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WHAT IS THE GASTRIC SLEEVE SURGERY PROCEDURE?

STARTING AT $4,200

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy is a procedure that is performed using a laparoscope, or small camera, that is inserted the abdomen. Long surgical instruments used to carry out the surgery are also inserted through a series of small incisions. The LSG procedure is generally less invasive and carries fewer risks than other weight-loss surgeries, which is why it is often used as a first step in surgical weight-loss treatments.
The LSG procedure involves reducing the stomach volume by permanently removing 60-85% of the stomach pouch, leaving the remaining section in a sleeve-like shape, hence the expression “gastric sleeve.” Thus, weight-loss is obtained through gastric reduction, restricting the amount of food needed to feel full.
LSG works with the body’s normal satiety mechanism, causing patients to naturally eat less and feel good about it. Gastric sleeve surgery can also restrict appetite by reducing hunger-related hormone production in the stomach, which further contributes to weight loss.

As the intestines are not altered in any way, digestion and absorption are not affected, and eating habits do not have to be radically altered. The LSG procedure has been shown to reduce excess body weight by anywhere from 55 to 75% within one year.
On average, the surgery takes less than an hour to complete; patients are discharged 1-2 days post-op, and return to work after 2-4 weeks.

WHAT IS THE MINI BYPASS SURGERY?

STARTING AT $4,200

Mini Gastric Bypass
The Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB) combines gastric reduction and intestinal malabsorption to achieve weight loss. The procedure involves creating a small gastric pouch near the esophageal sphincter. The first part of the intestine is attached to the newly formed gastric pouch about two meters down the intestine.

The MGB is a new type of gastric bypass that is still under investigation in North American after gaining significant popularity in Europe and Asia. The main difference between the GB and the MGB is that there is only one instead of two anastomoses (connections) between the stomach and the intestine. This leads to less operative time and anesthesia. Because of the fewer divisions in the intestines, the MGB results in lower risk of bowel obstruction. The MGB results in similar weight loss and reversion of metabolic diseases as the GB.

WHAT IS THE GASTRC BYPASS PASS?

STARTING AT $5,500

Gastric Bypass

After making the incisions with the open or laparoscopic technique, the surgeon cuts across the top of your stomach, sealing it off from the rest of your stomach. The resulting pouch is about the size of a walnut and can hold only about an ounce of food. Normally, your stomach can hold about 3 pints of food.
Then, the surgeon cuts the small intestine and sews part of it directly onto the pouch. Food then goes into this small pouch of stomach and then directly into the small intestine sewn to it. Food bypasses most of your stomach and the first section of your small intestine, and instead enters directly into the middle part of your small intestine.

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