Suture Sculpt Endoscopic Sleeve
Suture Sculpt endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is a non-surgical outpatient procedure that reduces the functional volume of the stomach by up to 70%-80%. This reduction in stomach volume causes a sense of fullness in the patient when they eat smaller portions, leading to significant and sustained weight loss. Suture Sculpt has no physical activity restrictions, and most patients report little to no pain following the procedure. Recovery is easier and shorter than that of bariatric surgery, and most patients are able to return to work and their normal lives within a matter of days. To better help patients achieve their weight loss goals, we provide monitoring for a year along with a lifetime of nutritional counseling. As with other weight loss procedures, Suture Sculpt works best when combined with a longstanding commitment to a healthy diet and regular exercise.
You can have this treatment at Batash Endoscopic Weight Loss Center to help achieve your weight goals.
- Average Weight Loss
20% of total body weight in the first 12 months following the procedure, with continued weight loss for the next 12 months. Individual results may vary.
A suturing device is inserted endoscopically to reduce the size of your stomach by up to 70%-80% while retaining its natural blood & nerve supply and intestinal continuity.
- How It Works
Decreases stomach size so you eat smaller meals, learn portion control, and feel full longer.
- Recovery Time
Patients are discharged within a few hours of the procedure, and can return to work within one to two days. Individual recovery times may vary.