Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery

Sleeve Gastrectomy

Sleeve Gastrectomy–Restrictive The stomach is reduced to about 20% of its original size by surgical removal of a larger portion of the stomach and the remaining stomach is a tubular portion that resembles a banana. It combines a satisfying gastric restriction with appetite suppression.


  • Great appetite suppression
  • Lower risk of peptic ulcer
  • Effective in improving type 2 diabetes independent of weight loss

Banded Sleeve Gastrectomy

Banding the proximal pouch of the sleeve operation at the initial operation creates a proximal pouch within the sleeve. This proximal pouch becomes the reservoir that eventually will continue to provide the restrictive satiety effect of the sleeve.