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Dallas residents searching for an obesity surgery to help them reach their ideal weight will find a wealth of information at Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery. If you’re unable to reach a healthy weight, you may need some help; find out if you qualify for Bariatric Surgery by spending some time on the Malaldi Bariatrics website.
Simply hover your mouse over the Bariatric Surgery link on the home page and click on ‘Are You a Good Candidate?’ to learn more. While there are physical qualifiers that determine whether or not you’d be a good candidate for the surgery, there are also underlying factors as well, such as whether you’re able to commit to the lifestyle changes that will come after you’ve reached your ideal weight, and whether or not you have a supporting family to help you, rather than sabotage your efforts.
It surprises many people when they learn that almost 90% of Type II Diabetes cases are due to excess body fat. If you’re currently combatting Diabetes, losing weight is one of the best things you can do for your health. If you’ve already tried to lose weight and have not seen the results you’d like, contact the Malladi Dallas facility to see if you qualify for obesity surgery.
Bariatric Surgery is an umbrella term that covers a range of procedures, all designed to assist patients in losing weight long-term. These surgical procedures have been proven to combat the effects of diabetes; in fact, many patients having undergone Bariatric Surgery see results in as little as a few days, as their blood sugar levels return to normal, often times for the first time in many years. In many cases, all signs of Diabetes are completely gone after a few years of having had the surgery.
If your doctor has recommended Bariatric Surgery to treat your Diabetes, contact Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery to determine which of the following would be right for you:
- Gastric Sleeve Surgery. In this procedure, a portion of the stomach is removed to form a sleeve, which in turn reduces the amount of food that makes the patient feel full. Approximately 60% of patients show no signs of Diabetes following the procedure.
- Adjustable Gastric Band. This procedure reduces the stomach to the size of a small pouch, lessening the amount of food able to be consumed at one time. This procedure is less prone to complications, and has a 45%-60% success rate.
- Gastric Bypass. This procedure limits food intake and reduces the amount of calories absorbed by removing a portion of the stomach and rerouting the intestine. The highest success rate for Diabetes and weight loss are seen through this procedure.
Find out if you quality in the Dallas facility for obesity surgery by calling Malladi Bariatrics at 214-242-9737. If you’ve tried to lose the weight on your own but found it was too difficult to reach a healthy weight, consider Bariatric Surgery to help you attain your goal.
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