Weight Loss Surgery Options

Our surgical team will help in assessing the appropriate procedure to suit your needs and personal weight loss journey.

Gastric Sleeve with arrows

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy involves removing 3/4 of the stomach, restricting food intake, reducing hunger and alters the neurohormonal pathways and improves metabolism.

Roux en Y Gastric Bypass with arrows

Laparoscopic Roux
en Y Gastric Bypass

This surgery reduces the size of your upper stomach to a small pouch about the size of an egg. The surgeon does this by stapling off the upper section of the stomach. This reduces the amount of food you can eat.

Omega Loop with arrows

Single Anastomosis Gastric Bypass

The Omega Loop mini gastric bypass (MGBP) works by removing a larger portion of the stomach and bypassing approximately 1.5-2 metres of small bowel. This restricts food intake, reduces hungers and reduces absorption of food.

Gastric Band with arrows

Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band

The LAP-BAND® System involves placing a band at around the proximal part of the stomach to reduce food intake.

Normal anatomy with Balloon

Intragastric Balloon – ORBERA

The ORBERA® is a weight loss program that involves the placement of a balloon into the stomach via endoscopy under light sedation. The balloon limits food intake. The balloon is removed after 6 months. This is a reversible weight loss procedure.

Would weight loss surgery benefit you?

BMI is one of the leading ways of measuring obesity, find out if you’re a candidate for surgery. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a person’s weight in kilograms divided by their height in meters squared. The Nation Institute of Health defines normal weight, overweight and obesity according to BMI.


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If you do not meet the BMI or weight criteria, you still may be considered for surgery if your BMI is over 30 and you are suffering serious health problems related to obesity.

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Readiness to begin your wieghtloss journey is important.

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If you choose we can share information about your health, medical history and lifestyle with our team who will determine whether you are a candidate for weightloss surgery.

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