Gastric Bypass, Vertical Banding and More

If you want to lose a large amount of weight, safely and effectively, bariatric surgery may be your best bet. However, how do you know what technique best meets your needs? What’s the difference between a gastric bypass, a laparoscopic bypass, Roux-en-Y and vertical banding? Take the time to learn about the variety of bariatric and weight loss procedures and surgeries out there that may best meet your goals, your ability to follow the program and achieve long-term weight loss success.

Roux-en-Y laparoscopic procedures are a form of gastric bypass surgery that have been performed decades.  Roux-en-Y can help you lose up to 70% or more of their excess weight over 12 to 18 months. Roux-en-Y continues to be among the most commonly performed procedures in weight-loss and bariatric surgery clinics, outpatient facilities and hospitals such as the 365’s Bariatric Surgery Center in Seoul, South Korea.

Vertical sleeve gastrectomy and laparoscopic gastric banding procedures are all performed laparoscopically, and are considered effective for those wishing to lose weight without permanently reducing the size of the stomach. Such procedures are done at Bariatric Surgeries/Angels Abroad in Guatemala City, Guatemala. You can also find excellent and world-renowned bariatric and weight loss surgeons at the Antiobesity Center in Cancun, Mexico.

One of the newest forms of bariatric surgery is called gastric plication, offering long-term nutritional and weight loss support. Gastric plication is considered one of the safest and most affected forms of bariatric surgery today. It’s also a reversible procedure that encourages long-term health and wellness in weight loss, long-term weight loss management, and a gradual return to help the dieting and eating habits.



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