Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG) is a procedure that involves suturing the stomach to reduce its size and aid weight loss. A suturing device is inserted through the throat and into the stomach to put sutures. An Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty is suitable for patients who do not qualify for other bariatric procedures. DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery is a leading Center for bariatric procedures with state of the art medical infrastructure and technology. Our experienced team of surgeons and doctors help patients effectively tackle obesity. If you’re looking to get an endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty in Dallas, here are a few requirements to qualify.

1. Medical Parameters

A patient generally needs to have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above to qualify for an Endoscopic Sleeve procedure. Patients are eligible for the procedure only if they have tried and been unsuccessful at conventional weight loss approaches such as diet control and exercise. Endoscopic procedures become an option if patients aren’t eligible for other laparoscopic bariatric procedures due to health complications or prefer a non-surgical option.

2. Rule Out Gastrointestinal Complications

Since an Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty involves stitching the stomach into a small pouch, patients mustn’t have any pre-existing gastrointestinal problems. Patients with hiatal hernia, Gastrointestinal bleeding, gastritis, or ulcers cannot qualify for an Endoscopic Sleeve procedure. Medical experts at DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery conduct a comprehensive medical examination to ascertain a candidate’s qualification for the procedure. Patients must furnish all medical records and share their complete medical history. This ensures accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Reach out to DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery to kick start your weight loss journey through surgical and Non-Surgical Weight Loss procedures in Dallas, TX.

3. Commitment To A Lifestyle Change

Candidates qualify for Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty only if they commit to adopting a healthy lifestyle post the procedure. Most lifestyle changes are introduced before beginning the bariatric treatment. These include starting a physical activity, exercising dietary control, and giving up smoking/alcohol. Nutrition experts chart out a personalized diet plan for patients to meet their weight loss goals. The success of an Endoscopic procedure depends on how well a patient adapts to the new lifestyle. DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery is a reputable Endoscopic procedures center with medical experts that handhold patients through preoperative programs and postoperative care.

Wrap Up

Both surgical and non-surgical weight loss procedures help individuals tackle morbid obesity. Bariatric procedures help patients fight the social stigma and psychological problems associated with being overweight. Choosing a Bariatric procedure in line with your medical history and health profile increases chances of success. At DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery, we conduct comprehensive screening procedures to ascertain the most suitable Bariatric Surgery for patients. Our experienced medical professionals help patients get a new lease of life by following postoperative diet, activity, and lifestyle changes. Reach out to us to understand how you can get Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty in Dallas. email us at [email protected] or call 469-620-0222 to know more about bariatric procedures in Dallas, Texas.

The Single Anastomosis Duodenal-ileal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy, also known…..

Sleeve Gastrectomy Vs. Gastric Bypass Surgery - All You Need To Know

For most people, traditional weight loss methods take too long to deliver satisfactory results. Even if results…

4 Positive Impacts of Robotic Bariatric Surgery

Some patients that have undergone bariatric surgeries relapse after a few years. This can be due to many reasons…

Pros and Cons of SADI-S Gastrectomy

Despite rapidly growing awareness about healthcare among the masses and proportionately growing healthcare…

Now DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery, formerly known as Sachin Kukreja, MD.

© DFW Bariatrics and General Surgery, Dallas, TX 2021