Gastric Revisions


Gastric Sleeve Revision

Endoscopic sleeve revision is a nonsurgical, outpatient procedure. Performed on the same day, the procedure tightened the sleeve to restore the feeling of fullness and satiety. This procedure is best suited for patients who have undergone
a surgical sleeve gastrectomy and have since gained weight again and are able to eat larger portions. With an endoscopic sleeve revision, the sleeve is resized through a short, 15-minute outpatient procedure. The result? Patients will
find that they regain a feeling of fullness, can be satisfied with much smaller portions, and can get their lifestyle and life back on track

Bariatric Bypass Revision

Gastric bypass is a common weight loss surgery that involves the creation of a small “pouch” in the stomach, which is connected directly to the small intestine. Over time, the pouch, and its connection point to the intestine (called the
“outlet”) can get larger. The result is the ability to eat larger portions, leading to weight gain. Most gastric bypass patients will eventually regain 30% of the weight they lost. But more than 1 in 5 patients will regain full weight.