Are you facing an overweight problem and considering bariatric surgery or any other weight-loss surgery procedure? It’s normal to have concerns about safety with your surgeons.
Here we have mentioned the examined benefits & risks of weight loss surgery. It will help you decide whether bariatric surgery is right for you.
Know some facts about the benefits of bariatric surgery:
Bariatric Surgery within the Safest Surgical Procedures
While any other surgical process has risks, bariatric surgery has been found the safest surgeries to undergo. Bariatric surgery is considered safe or safer when we compare it to the other elective surgeries.
Vertical sleeve gastrectomy and roux-en-y gastric bypass process use a laparoscopic approach to reduce the surgery’s risks & complications.
In this Laparoscopic surgery, surgeons use a thin tube called a laparoscope, which is inserted into your abdomen through the smallest incision. This minimally invasive procedure requires small cameras and delicate tools. The approach has been shown to cut down on your recovery time, lower your hospital stay, limit scarring, and decrease your post-operative pain.
Bariatric surgeons are also performing the highest volume of weight-loss surgeries all over the world. And volume matters. We have experienced surgeons associated with improved outcomes and have the ability to reduce the likelihood of surgical complications.
Risks of Bariatric Surgery
Bariatric Surgery risks for patients with obesity include complications related to diabetes, sleep apnea, hypertension, and the decreased likelihood of premature death risk after bariatric surgery.
But some of the potential risks of this surgery are dumping syndrome, developing kidney stones, also not losing the desired amount of weight, or post-surgery weight regain.
Despite that, most of the patients who undergo bariatric surgery commit to sustained weight loss see significant improvement in their overall health after this procedure. A healthier weight can help you eliminate sleep apnea, reverse type 2 diabetes, and improve your body’s high BP, leading to a longer and healthier life.
Talk with the Bariatrics Team
It is always vital to discuss any concerns with the bariatric surgeon before deciding whether bariatric surgery is right or not for you.
Our team is always available every step of the way to support and guide you along your lose weight journey. You can contact us any time on 361-500-2898. We are always here for you, including office visits, ongoing support groups, and online consultations. We are always ready to answer any questions.
Take the first step toward a healthier life. Learn more and more about medical and bariatric surgery before considering any surgery.