What is Revision Bariatric Surgery?
If you’ve had bariatric surgery, but were unsatisfied with your results, a revision bariatric surgery may be the answer. While we commonly convert gastric bands to sleeve gastrectomies, other surgeries are possible as well.
Our team can guide you if you’re unsure of what you want your previous bariatric surgery to be converted to. Please contact us with any questions.
- Must be 18 or older
- BMI of 40+ or BMI of 35 with serious weight-related illness
- Benefits depend on which bariatric surgery the original surgery is converted to
The four types of Revision Lap-Band Surgery are:
- Lap Band Revision Surgery to Gastric Sleeve
- Lap Band Revision Surgery to to Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass
- Lap Band Revision Surgery to Duodenal Switch (DS)
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need a gastric bypass revision?
How do I know if I am a candidate for revision bariatric surgery?
Does insurance cover bariatric revision?
What should I expect after revision surgery?
How should I prepare for revisional surgery?
What is bariatric revision?
Can you get bariatric surgery twice?
Could I potentially need two revision surgeries?
How much weight do you lose after gastric bypass revision?
What risks do I face with revision surgery?
What should I prepare for my recovery?
How do you get approved for gastric bypass revision?
How much weight can you lose after revision surgery?
How long does a gastric bypass revision take?
Can your stomach go back to normal after gastric sleeve?
What is the best revision surgery for gastric bypass?