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Which is right for you?

While the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports obesity affects more than one-third of all U.S. adults, it really hits home when it affects you. If you’re struggling, especially when your weight makes it difficult to exercise and diet, it may be time for another approach.

Bariatric surgery, also known as weight-loss surgery, can give you a fresh start. It can help you reach a physical state where diet and exercise makes a real impact in less time. A continual dedication to goals helps you keep the weight off.

The options below vary on a case-by-case basis. Your surgeon will discuss if you qualify and determine the surgery that is best for you.

A minimally invasive procedure, your surgeon removes part of your stomach, creating a long and slender sleeve shape. This reduces intake but allows you to absorb all the nutrients from the foods you eat.

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The least invasive bariatric procedure, it attaches an adjustable band around the top part of the stomach to help limit the amount of food the stomach holds and slow the digestive process.

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Creates a small pouch from the top segment of your stomach and connects it to the small intestine. This bypasses the majority of the stomach, making you feel full after eating significantly less.

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