Regardless of the surgical procedure you choose, weight loss surgery is a tool to lose weight as it is not a quick fix to obesity. Behavior modification, nutrition, and exercise are all requirements for success following a weight loss surgery.
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Mexico Bariatric Surgery offers several surgery options, but we thrive on performing gastric sleeve surgery. Other surgeries we can offer include Gastric Bypass, Duodenal Switch, Gastric Sleeve and Gastric Plication (Sleeve Plication). We also offer different variations, including revisional surgery and single-incision bariatric surgery (SILS).Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Gastric Sleeve Surgery is a restrictive weight loss surgery. During this bariatric surgery, the stomach is made smaller which helps patients lose weight faster. Because of this smaller stomach, patient feel full quicker, consume less food and adjust to eating better portion sizes. This leads to an overall better health outlook. Read More - Gastric Sleeve in MexicoGastric Bypass Surgery
Gastric Bypass Surgery is a common weight loss surgery method for extreme weight loss. During this surgical procedure, the stomach is divided into an upper and lower pouch. After this division is made by a surgeon, the small intestine is then rearranged so that it connects both of these new pouches. This helps to restrict the amount of food that a patient can consume. This is the leading cause of increased weight loss in gastric bypass patients. Typically, the surgery is done with several small incisions or through a port laparoscopically. This offers patients a shorter recovery time.Read More - Gastric Bypass in MexicoDuodenal Switch Surgery
Also known as biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch, duodenal switch is a bariatric surgery procedure that uses both a malabsorptive and restrictive aspect. The restrictive portion removes about 70% of the stomach while the malabsorptive reroutes the entire small intestine creating two separate pathways leading into one common channel.Read More - Duodenal Switch in Mexico