Stomach Reduction Surgery

3 March 2021 by monoobesit0
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Stomach Reduction Surgery

Physical appearance is one of the essential traits for many people. While most people are trying to lose weight to look good or self-confident, being healthy is also a crucial feature. In order to have a healthy life, people need to take care of our bodies and health. However, sometimes losing weight becomes more challenging or maybe even impossible for some people. Stomach reduction surgery or surgeries are the most effective ways to lose weight in other ways. While there are multiple types of stomach reduction surgeries, not all of them are suitable to everyone.

Types of Stomach Reduction Surgery

Just like every other surgery, stomach reduction surgery also has some different types as well. There are three most common surgeries. These operations’ names are sleeve gastrectomy, adjustable gastric banding, and gastric bypass.

Sleeve Gastrectomy

This stomach reduction surgery type had FDA approvals for a while now. The operation aims to make the patients able to be full with less food. The surgeon removes a big part of the stomach and then unites the stomach’s remaining pieces together. This way, the patient’s stomach will be smaller, and the patient will feel full after consuming less food than before.

Adjustable Gastric Banding

This surgery type is used for more than ten years now, and it is the best way to change the amount of food the client can consume. The surgeon places an adjustable band in the client’s stomach, preventing clients from using their stomach to its full capacity. This way, the client will be able to consume less food. Another good part of this surgery is the patient can adjust the band’s tightness that is placed in their stomach by visiting their doctor. This way, the patient and the doctor can keep the process in control.

Gastric Bypass

This procedure has the most prolonged past compared to other types. The surgeon creates a pouch in the patient’s stomach and connects it to the jejunum part. This way, the client’s stomach prevents themselves from consuming more food than enough.

 

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