Our Procedures

Designated Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery

Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery

Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) is a new way of performing surgical procedures. Surgeons commonly make multiple small cuts on the abdominal wall to pass cameras and instruments for performing a laparoscopic operation. Single incision surgery is exactly what it states, i.e. the surgeon is making one incision through which the camera and instruments are passed to gain access to the abdominal cavity.
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Gastric Bypass Surgery

The Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass is categorized as a combined type of surgical weight loss, in terms of restrictive and malabsorptive. The operation is restrictive where the stomach is cut and divided, thereby making a smaller stomach that limits the amount of food you eat before you feel full. And it is malabsorptive in the fact that the first part of the small intestine is bypassed, so the food you eat does not see this part of the intestine.
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Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

The vertical sleeve gastrectomy, also known as the gastric sleeve. 5 year experience with this procedure in the United States was recently published in 2009. It is categorized as a restrictive operation where the stomach is made smaller, so you eat less food before you feel full. The surgeon removes about 80% of your stomach, and the patient is left with a narrow tube-shaped stomach.
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Revisional Surgery

Some people who have undergone weight loss surgery in the past have either developed complications which require intervention, or have gained back a significant amount of weight, where consideration is made to perform another weight loss procedure.
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General Surgery

Minimally invasive general surgery procedures are offered on a case by case basis. Whether it involves gall bladder removal or hernia repair, general surgery procedures are performed with the intent to provide minimal scarring and quick recovery.
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