Bariatric surgery is a medical field specialising in the treatment of severe or morbid obesity. The main aim of these surgical procedures is to reduce body weight and alleviate the complications associated with obesity.
Obesity is a pathological condition characterised by an excessive accumulation of body fat, which can have a significant negative impact on a person’s health. It is considered to be a growing global health problem and can be associated with a variety of complications and chronic conditions.
Welcome to the world where change is possible! Bariatric surgery is the modern solution for people who struggle with obesity and want to regain their health and self-confidence. Choose to be part of the movement toward a brighter and healthier future!
Bariatric surgery is surgery for people with severe or morbid obesity who have failed to lose weight through conventional methods such as diet and exercise. This revolutionary procedure changes the digestive system, facilitating weight loss and improving overall health.
1- Significant weight loss
Bariatric surgery helps you lose weight in an effective and healthy way, making it easier to achieve your weight loss goals and maintain long-term results.
2- Improvement in Obesity
Many patients experience significant improvement or even elimination of conditions such as type 2 diabetes, sleep apnoea, high blood pressure and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease.
3- Improved Quality of Life
After losing weight and getting rid of the diseases associated with obesity, you will experience a significant increase in energy, mobility and self-esteem.
4- Preparation for a healthy lifestyle
Bariatric surgery is just the beginning of the journey towards a healthy lifestyle. You will receive support from a dedicated medical team, including nutritionists and psychologists, to help you make healthy choices and maintain long-term results.
There are several types of bariatric surgery available and our team of specialists will evaluate your case and recommend the most appropriate procedure. Some of the most common types of surgery include:
1- Gastric Bypass:
Redirects the path of food in the stomach, resulting in significant weight loss.
Removes part of the stomach, reducing the ability to consume large amounts of food.
A balloon is placed in the stomach to create a feeling of fullness.
Aims to reduce appetite and facilitate weight loss.
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Bariatric surgery is a weight-loss procedure that helps individuals with obesity achieve significant and sustainable weight loss.
Candidates typically have a body mass index (BMI) above 40 or a BMI above 35 with obesity-related health conditions.
Bariatric surgery works by reducing the size of the stomach or changing the digestive process to promote weight loss.
Common types include gastric bypass, gastric sleeve, and adjustable gastric banding (commonly known as Lap-Band).
Some procedures, like gastric banding, can be reversed, while others are generally considered irreversible.
Risks include infection, bleeding, blood clots, and complications related to the surgical procedure or changes in digestion.
Weight loss varies, but many individuals lose a significant amount of weight in the first year following surgery.
Bariatric surgery often leads to improvement or resolution of conditions like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea.
The duration of the surgery depends on the type of procedure but typically ranges from one to four hours.
Yes, a post-surgery diet plan is crucial for success. You’ll gradually transition from liquid to solid foods and make long-term dietary changes.
Recovery times vary, but most people can resume normal activities within a few weeks after surgery.
Yes, vitamin and mineral supplements are commonly recommended to prevent nutrient deficiencies.
Pregnancy is generally safe after bariatric surgery, but it’s important to discuss family planning with your healthcare provider.
Loose skin is a possibility, especially with substantial weight loss. Additional procedures may be considered to address excess skin.
Some insurance plans cover bariatric surgery, but coverage varies. Check with your insurance provider for specific details.
Psychological evaluation is often required to assess your readiness for surgery and to provide support during the weight-loss journey.
Weight loss typically begins soon after surgery, and significant results can be seen within the first few months.
While weight regain is possible, long-term success depends on adopting healthy lifestyle habits and following post-surgery guidelines.
Post-surgery follow-up is crucial. You’ll have regular check-ups with your healthcare team to monitor progress and address any concerns.
Bariatric surgery is a powerful tool for weight loss, but long-term success relies on making lasting lifestyle changes and maintaining them.