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 Minimally invasive surgery means less pain and a quicker recovery.  
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally invasive surgery means smaller incision, less trauma, less pain, and a quicker recovery. Dr. Leong performs bariatric surgery, advanced laparoscopy, single incision laparoscopy, and robotic surgery…

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Weight Loss Surgery
Nearly 100 million Americans have obesity, and 5 to 10 million people in the U.S. are considered “morbidly” obese. Morbid obesity is usually characterized by a person being overweight by 75 to 100 pounds…

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How do I qualify for weight loss surgery?

To qualify for bariatric surgery, you will need a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 40 without medical problems or a BMI of 35 or greater with an obesity related co-morbidity…

How much weight will I lose with bariatric surgery?

The majority of gastric band patients expect to lose 50 pounds. Patients who have sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass can expect to lose between 60-70% of their excess body weight.

Can I regain my weight after weight loss surgery?

Maybe… While the majority of patients will experience a life changing experience, some patients may not reach their weight loss goal without diet and exercise. Bariatric surgery can be an invaulable component to a successful weight loss program.

 

Do I Qualify For Weight Loss Surgery?

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