Suture Sculpt Is the New Approach to Sustained Non-Surgical Weight Loss

Suture Sculpt is a revolutionary non-surgical endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty procedure that reduces the stomach size by 60-75% and aids patients in significant weight loss. This non-surgical procedure encourages a reduction in food intake, thereby reducing caloric intake and bolstering weight loss efforts.

During the Suture Sculpt procedure, a sleeve is created by folding the stomach with sutures, effectively reducing its volume. Suture Sculpt leaves no scars since it’s a non-invasive procedure, and patients can return to their normal routine within days.

How Suture Sculpt Works

After the suture sculpt procedure, the patient’s stomach is much smaller so they can no longer eat as much at one meal and experience a sense of being full after eating smaller portions of food. Portion control and the feeling of satiety lead to sustained, significant weight loss.

Suture Sculpt is done on an outpatient basis and does not require a hospital stay. The patient can return to the comfort of their own home the same day as the procedure. This non-surgical procedure offers a very short recovery time and involves no physical activity restrictions.

Suture sculpt endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty offers patients an excellent alternative to bariatric surgery which requires a three to four day hospital stay and four to six week of recovery time.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Suture Sculpt?

Ideal candidates for the Suture Sculpt procedure are significantly overweight or have a BMI of 30 or greater. A solid commitment to a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, and a low-calorie healthy diet is required for long-term success. Batash offers additional support post-procedure, such as progress monitoring for up to a year and lifetime nutritional counseling.

If you’ve tried unsuccessfully to lose weight and keep it off with other weight loss methods, including diet and exercise, the suture sculpt procedure may be suitable for you.

What to Expect After the Procedure

Since Suture Sculpt is non-invasive, most patients can quickly return to their everyday lives and work routines within 3 – 5 days. Once the procedure is finished, patients can go home within a few hours.

With the sleeve in place, patients will feel full longer, reducing their stomach size, making them eat smaller meals, and training them in portion control. The patient will be given guidelines on portions and what they should eat while their stomach is becoming used to its new smaller size.

During the first 12 months after the Suture Sculpt endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty procedure, the average patient loses approximately 20% of their total body weight. Weight loss usually continues for another 12 months. Results will vary based on how successful the patient is at maintaining a healthy lifestyle after treatment.

endoscopic sleeve before and after - side view
1 month post-Suture Sculpt results

Consider Suture Sculpt Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty

Achieving significant weight loss results with diet and exercise alone can be extremely difficult and most patients find this weight loss method very difficult to maintain over the long term.

Suture Sculpt is a safe and effective FDA-approved procedure that reduces the stomach’s functional volume by approximately 70% leading patients to feel fuller faster.

When combined with healthy lifestyle habits such as reduced portion sizes, healthy eating habits, and exercise, Suture Sculpt can help patients achieve significant and sustained weight loss.

Contact Batash Endoscopic Weight Loss Center to set up a consultation and learn more about the suture sculpt procedure and how it can help you safely and effectively lose weight.

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