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You Will Need More Guidance for Successful Weight Loss with Revision

If you’ve had unsuccessful weight loss surgery, you know the frustration and shame you suffer from your inability to lose weight, whether or not you were culpable. In fact, you’re not alone, because many patients who have had lap band surgery end up having their lap band device removed so they can undergo the gastric sleeve procedure and get back on their weight loss track. This revision weight loss surgery, which may involve lap band revision to gastric sleeve, involves a great deal of help from the bariatric surgeon you see, and you can be sure that the board-certified bariatric surgeons at Beverly Hills Physicians can finally put you on the right track to weight loss success once and for all.

Sometimes patients require revision weight loss surgery because they have had complications crop up from the lap band, which can result from a problem with the device being rejected by the body. Although this is rare, it does occur with some patients who have trouble with the foreign implant and require revision surgery, such as sleeve gastrectomy. With sleeve gastrectomy, you will be eating smaller portions not because a device constricts the stomach, but because about 85% of the stomach will be removed with the operation. You will also feel full much more quickly because the stomach is a much smaller size and cannot hold as large of portions as you were used to eating before the surgery.

Call today to set up your FREE consultation with a caring and experienced weight loss cheerleader — your board-certified bariatric surgeon at Beverly Hills Physicians!


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Disclaimer: Results vary, patients may achieve different cosmetic and weight loss results depending on body type, medical history, selected procedure and a variety of other factors. One patient’s success as shown by before and after pictures in no way guarantees similar results for other prospective patients.