Sleeve Gastrectomy
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A minimally invasive procedure in which your stomach is reduced to only 20% of its current capacity.

 

Approximately 80% of your stomach is surgically removed through small incisions, usually less than 1 inch.

 

The removed portion of stomach usually produces the appetite hormone, Ghrelin. Less Ghrelin equals Less Hunger.

Food related anxiety lowers in most cases, therefore achieving a homeostatic state where metabolism can flourish. 

The procedure tends to last less than 1 hour and it is done under general anesthesia. 

It is the most trusted and commonly performed weight loss surgery procedure of today, as well as one of the safest.