Weight Loss Procedures

Sleeve Gastrectomy

Sleeve Gastrectomy has also been called Partial Gastrectomy, Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy, and Gastric Sleeve. It is a surgery performed solely on the stomach. There is no rerouting of the intestines. Continue Reading...


Single Anastomosis Duodenal Switch

The Single Anastomosis DS works by creating a sleeve gastrectomy for restriction and hunger control. Continue Reading...


Duodenal Switch

The duodenal switch has the greatest weight loss potential of all our surgeries. It works by creating a sleeve gastrectomy for restriction and hunger control followed by rerouting the intestines similar to a gastric bypass. Continue Reading...


Gastric Bypass

The Gastric Bypass (also known as the Roux-en-Y) can be regarded as a restrictive and malabsorptive procedure that both reduces the usable area of the stomach and bypasses part of the small intestine. Continue Reading...


Orbera Intragastric Balloon

OrberaTM combines a non-surgical 6 months weight loss aid (gastric balloon) with an effective year-long weight loss program to maintain your success. The gastric balloon is backed by 20 years of data and hundreds of clinical trials. Continue Reading...


Obalon Intragastric Balloons

Obalon is the first and only swallowable, FDA-approved balloon system for weight loss. The Obalon Balloon System helps facilitate weight loss by taking up space in the stomach. As a non-surgical option, three balloons are placed in the stomach over a six-month period to help patients feel full after eating a properly portioned meal.Continue Reading...


Gastric Band

Gastric banding involves placing an adjustable band around the upper part of the stomach. These anatomical changes function to provide a sensation of fullness after a very small meal and reduce hunger between meals. Continue Reading...

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