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Types of Weight Loss Surgery

Feb 17, 2020

By: Dr. Werner Andrade is the Medical Director of the Bariatric Program at Hialeah Hospital

Weight loss surgery is a personal decision that only you — with the help of your family and your doctors — can make. Chances are if you’re considering weight loss surgery, you’ve tried every diet and exercise routine you know. Over time, the results of weight loss surgery are often life changing, but there are many considerations with any surgery. Like anything, bariatric surgeries have evolved and there are several types and techniques to fit your health needs, aesthetic hopes and lifestyle.

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