Are you looking at Gastric Bypass options in Dallas? Why not call Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery to speak with a specialist about your weight loss? Determining your eligibility for Bariatric Surgery is the first step in meeting your goals.
Morbid obesity is associated with a wide range of adverse health conditions. Many diseases, including diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep apnea and others can be improved and often even resolved by simply losing weight. For many people, however, losing weight is not a simple matter. Weight loss surgery is a viable option for many who are unable to reach a healthy weight on their own.
Bariatrics is a term that covers a number of procedures, all designed to help with weight loss. Among these procedures are included Gastric Sleeve, Adjustable Gastric Banding, and Gastric Bypass. Dallas facility Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery has helped thousands of patients achieve weight loss through minimally-invasive Bariatric Surgery.
You’ll find a wealth of information available from the DrMalladi.com website, including an extensive blog library as well as a comprehensive FAQ page, where many of the most commonly asked questions about Gastric Bypass surgery have already been answered. You can access the FAQ page from Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery’s home page, by hovering your mouse over the ‘Patient Resources’ link and clicking on ‘FAQs – Bariatric Surgery.
It surprises many people to discover that Bariatrics is not simply for cosmetic purposes. Surgery may be an option for those with a BMI of 35 or higher, in cases when the patient’s weight is related to an adverse medical condition. Losing weight can help relieve or minimize many medical conditions, however it is essential to determine whether the patient has a long-term goal to keep the weight off as part of the process of candidate qualification.
Many patients want to know if they will regain the weight after they have reached their goal through Bariatric Surgery. The answer ultimately depends on whether they are able to commit to a change in lifestyle. Weight can be put back on, sometimes rather rapidly, if the three common culprits to weight regain are not addressed:
– High-calorie liquids
A progressive diet is prescribed for patients post-surgery, starting with full liquids, then soft proteins and finally, regular foods around the 8th week. The patient’s diet will always need to be low in fat and sugar. Weight loss is entirely dependent upon the patient’s commitment to following diet and exercise recommendations after surgery.
Gastric Bypass Surgery in the Dallas facility is a powerful tool and can often mean the beginning of a whole new way of life for patients who have struggles with losing weight. Along with the tool of surgery, the patient must commit to a change in diet and exercise for maximum success.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Malladi by calling 214-242-9737 to get started on the road to a healthier you. Find out whether you’re a good candidate for surgery and lose the weight you’ve always wanted to lose through Bariatric Surgery.
Malladi Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery
221 W Colorado Blvd; Suite 829, Dallas, TX 75208