This is a laparoscopic procedure that restricts the amount of food a patient can eat. Approximately 60% to 70% of the patient’s stomach is removed with sophisticated state of the art staples.
This is a laparoscopic procedure in which the key to weight loss is its restrictive nature. The reduction of the stomach is approximately 60% to 70% of the normal stomach size.
This is a malabsorptive procedure in which the stomach size is reduced to 90% or more, of its normal size. A small pouch is made in the top portion of the stomach by making an incision.
This laparoscopic procedure is minimally invasive, adjustable and reversible. It does not require internal organ amputation and rerouting in which hundreds of staples are left in the body