Few things are more discouraging than regaining the weight you lost after a gastric bypass or an endoscopic weight loss procedure. Fortunately, Batash Endoscopic Weight Loss Center offers bariatric revisions for a second chance at long-term weight loss.
After a gastric procedure, the stomach pouch can expand and the stoma can stretch out. More volume means more room for food, which can result in overeating and weight gain.
A revision is a non-surgical procedure that decreases the size of the stomach and stoma. During the procedure, which lasts about an hour, we suture the stomach walls together to reduce stomach volume – just as we do during our popular Suture Sculpt endoscopic sleeve procedure. Less volume means you won’t eat as much, since you’ll feel fuller faster.
If you’ve regained weight after a gastric bypass or endoscopic sleeve procedure, the Batash Endoscopic Weight Loss Center can provide the right non-surgical revision option for you – and give you a second chance at meeting your long-term weight loss goals. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you get back on track.