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Revision Bariatric Surgery

Sometimes patients don’t see the results they expected from weight loss surgery. They may simply lose less weight than planned or they may have significant weight loss and then gain it back again. In these cases, after reevaluating your diet and exercise plans, revision bariatric surgery may be needed to make adjustments or changes to your previous bariatric procedure in order to achieve the weight loss goals you need.

Bariatric Patient Story

I was fed up with my yo-yoing weight and feeling tired all the time.

- Anora Santiago, bariatric patient

Are you a Candidate?

Find out if weight loss surgery is right for you.