Tube Stomach Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy)

Tube Stomach Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy) Laparoscopic Tube Stomach surgery is one of the primary methods preferred in obesity surgeries in the surgical treatment of obesity. The surgery is performed laparoscopically. The aim of this operation is to reduce the stomach volume. A small incision is made and a part of the stomach is removed in the laparoscopic surgery.

ROUX-EN-Y Gastric Bypass

It is a proven method. Thanks to this method, the patient includes reducing the size of the stomach with the aim of reducing calorie intake, avoiding the small intestines while the food is moving through the digestive tract, and partially skipping the small intestines.

Endoscopic Intragastric Balloon

The endoscopic balloon method limits food intake as the balloon partially fills the stomach. Patients report that their feeling of fullness is long-lasting. The most important feature of this procedure is that it does not require any surgery and is performed under the conditions of day surgery.

Gastric Band Surgery

A laparoscopically adjustable silicone band is placed around the upper part of the stomach using the laparoscopy method. Thus, the amount of food that the patient can take is kept within a certain limit, the patient’s feeling of hunger decreases and this causes weight loss.

Unlike other obesity-related surgeries, gastric band surgery does not require cutting or removal of any part of the digestive system, and this surgery is not irreversible.

Duodenal Switch Surgery

Duedonal Switch, also known as biliopancreatic diversion surgery; It plays a role in preventing weight gain by reducing the absorption rate of food entering the body.

Duedonal Switch surgery is a surgery performed in patients with a body mass index above 50, defined as super obese, and in patients who have previously had sleeve gastrectomy surgery and who have failed to regain their old weight. It is also a good method for patients with uncontrolled diabetes.

Stomach Botox

The purpose of this application is to slow down the contraction of the stomach muscles, to allow the stomach to be emptied later, and to suppress the appetite by affecting the hunger-fullness state in the stomach. This application, just like other botox applications, continues to be effective for up to 6 months. The follow-up of this process with a dietitian plays an important role in increasing the success rate.