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Gastric Sleeve Surgery (Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy) has become the most popular option in the bariatric surgeon community due to its high levels of long term success and its quick post-surgical recovery.


Gastric Sleeve is a surgical procedure performed laparoscopically in which the size of the stomach is reduced by up to 80%. The success of this surgery is not only tied to its restrictive nature but also because of the decrease of Ghrelin, the hormone that regulates appetite. Are you a candidate for gastric sleeve surgery? Find out by filling out our online Medical Questionnaire.



Gastric Bypass surgery makes the stomach much smaller. The new stomach (pouch) has a capacity of about two ounces.


This surgery also allows food to bypass part of the small intestine. Want to know more about this surgery? Contact us!



Mini Gastric Bypass is a combined surgical procedure as it combines two mechanisms: Restriction (by creating a small and thinner stomach) and malabsorbtion (by creating a “bridge) between the stomach and the intestine).

How does it work?


By creating a small and thin stomach (approximately 100 ml) and since there is a feeling of fullness, the patient only consumes a small amount of food. Thanks to the “bridge” food is not absorbed completely resulting in weight loss. Want to know more about this surgery? Contact us!