Dallas Bariatric Center: Weight Loss Surgeon in Dallas
If you’re concerned about being overweight or obese and are wondering which different weight loss procedures available, you’re in the right place.
Dr. Jay and the team at Dallas Bariatric Center are passionate about helping you lose weight and keep it off for good. When you work with us, you’ll receive supportive, individualized care that’s tailored to your unique needs.
Procedures Offered at Dallas Bariatric Center
Dallas Bariatric Center offers a variety of services, including surgical and non-surgical options.
This is a simple, non-surgical outpatient procedure. We offer the Obalon Balloon System, as well as ORBERA™ Intra-Gastric Balloon. Find out more detailed information here.
A type of restrictive laparoscopic bariatric surgery, sleeve gastrectomy is typically only considered for patients with a BMI of 38 or more, or if the patient has had a failed previous LAP-BAND surgery. Get additional information and watch a video here.
This weight loss option is either done through open surgery or laparoscopically. It alters the way your stomach and small intestine digest the food you eat. Read more here.
The LAP-BAND (Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band) System is a surgical bariatric procedure that’s used for obese patients with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of at least 35. Find out more and watch a video here.
Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS™ procedure) is a minimally invasive technique developed by Covidien. At Dallas Bariatric Center, this technique can be used to perform a sleeve gastrectomy or to insert a laparoscopic band. With SILS™ procedure, only one surgical incision is made (in the left abdomen) and there is little to no visible scarring. Pain and healing time are also greatly reduced. Learn more here.
Additional Procedures Available
This less invasive procedure, also known as IBand or Reversible Sleeve, is a relatively new procedure that is performed by folding and stitching a large portion of the stomach into a narrow tube. Watch a video to learn more here.
Revisional (reoperative) bariatric surgery may be performed for problems and complications resulting from a previous bariatric procedure or for unsatisfactory weight loss. While this type of surgery is uncommon, it is an effective option that can be performed if deemed necessary. Get more information here.
To find out more about weight loss surgery in Dallas and how Dr. Jay and the Dallas Bariatric Center team can help you, sign up for a free informational consultation today. We’ll work with you to determine which weight loss option is best for you.