We want to make sure our procedures heal conditions causing weight gain. At Fix My Bariatric, we make sure our procedures make your body heal the fastest possible so that you can get back to your lifestyle fast. Our doctors strive to provide only the best service. We are professionals with many years of experience allowing us to offer you the best treatment available.
Many times after weight loss surgery, there are complications that occur in the body, making revised weight loss surgery necessary to resolve these complications. These issues can be due to several things such as an anatomy change after the surgery, medical complications resulting from the surgery, and unresolved conditions and diseases. These issues can affect your ability to lose weight, and sometimes make you gain back the weight you lost over time.
Our Doctors are specially trained to identify these issues and will revise your surgery to help you lose weight and resolve any failed procedures. We’ve fixed countless weight-loss surgeries, and have the experience to make your procedures work.
We are experts in Laparoscopic Gastric Banding, Laparoscopic Vertical Banded Gastroplasty Surgery, Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Weight-Loss Surgery, and BPD/DS Weight-Loss Surgery. Contact us today to get started!
Our patient from Sunnyvale, Texas is considering Vertical Banded Gastroplasty, where the surgeon places a ring around the top of your stomach to create a small pouch.
Our client from Bedford, Texas, Is struggling to loose weight for years. He finally decided to visit us so we can preform the Adjustable Gastric Band that delivers the best weight loss results!
Post-bariatric surgery is a very important part of rehabilitation and success. Follow up surgeries are typically performed about 12 to 18 months after surgery, when the patient has adapted to lifestyle changes, and weight loss has slowed down or even begin to reverse.
Of the individuals that are overweight by 50 pounds or more, 90% fail to control weight through exercise and diet. This is not due to laziness or a lack of willpower, but to an increased metabolism that processes nutrients and minerals at a faster rate. These individuals will gain more calories than before when eating the same meals. When a change in lifestyle is insufficient, weight loss surgery becomes the most viable solution. However, a successful operation often requires an additional surgery to finalize improvements to health and weight.
In adjustable gastric band surgery, the surgeon places a ring with an inner inflatable band around the top of your stomach. This creates a smaller stomach pouch by which eating a small amount of food will satisfy hunger, limiting the amount of calories consumed. The band’s inner balloon is filled with a sterile saline solution. The surgeon can adjust the size of the opening from the pouch to the rest of your stomach by injecting or removing the solution through a small device, called a port, placed under your skin. Adjusting the size of the band opening requires several follow-up visits and is done gradually over time with repeated adjustments or “fills”.
Our client is on 2 different blood pressure medications, has a fatty liver and their sugar was borderline diabetic. They tried numerous things to lose weight but they finally came to us to give them a proper and final solution.
Reaching the point where our patient from Colleyville, TX was contemplating bariatric surgery was not where he ever thought he would be. When weight loss is not as simple as ‘calories in versus calories out’, we are more than happy to help.
Our patient has been overweight since 18. It started off as just a few pounds here and there, but by age 30, our patient is nearly 230 pounds. She chose us as the best option to change her life! Discussing Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy procedure.
Our patient from Wylie Diabetes, is struggling with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, she had double knee replacements and her hips were probably next. We are discussing Vertical Banded Gastroplasty procedure.
Roux en-y Gastric Bypass - a pouch is created out of a small section of the stomach and attached directly to the small intestine - also leads to feelings of fullness after intake of small amounts of food. Also associated with excellent weight loss - generally irreversible.
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