Obesity Surgery

Laparoscopic Tube (Gastric Sleeve) Stomach Surgery

Laparoscopic (closed) tube gastrectomy surgery is a very popular, successful and safe…

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Diabetes Surgery

This procedure, which is applied for the control of type 2 diabetes and obesity, is a…

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Gastric Bypass Surgery

Gastric bypass is one of the second most popular bariatric surgery methods after gast…

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Swallowable Gastric Balloon

The swallowable gastric balloon procedure is a temporary weight loss method that does…

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Stomach Botox

Gastric Botox, which is applied as one of the weight loss methods, is the injection o…

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Adjustable Stomach Band

Adjustable gastric band is also known as gastric clamp among the people. …

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What is Obesity Surgery?

  • Obesity is one of the biggest health problems of our age, which significantly reduces the quality of life of individuals. It is a chronic and progressive disease with multifactorial etiology such as genetic, physiological, metabolic, lifestyle, inactivity, behavioral and environmental conditions.

  • Today, some surgical operations are performed to help people lose weight. All of the surgeries performed for obesity are called “BARIATRIC SURGERY”, which is one of the most important steps in the medical journey for obesity patients.

Why Obesity Surgery Is Necessary?

  • Many people die all over the world due to the complications of obesity. For this reason, the number of patients who want to have bariatric surgery is increasing day by day.

What are the Types of Obesity Surgery?

  • Gastric tube (gastric sleeve) surgery

  • Swallowable gastric balloon

  • Gastric band (clamp)

  • Gastric bypass

  • Gastric botox

  • Diabetes surgery

Is Obesity Surgery Risky?

Although the risks of bariatric surgery are quite low, there are some minimal risks in these surgeries, as in any surgery. However, it can be said that these procedures have a much less risk than the diseases brought by obesity.

Cost of Obesity Surgery?

Cost varies depending on the scope of bariatric surgery and the condition of the patient.