July 8, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Some weight loss surgery patients are extremely disappointed this summer, having expected far more dramatic results from their surgery. After all, this summer was supposed to be
summer that they could live life to the fullest, enjoy the outdoors to its fullest extent, and finally feel more comfortable in their bodies. Beverly Hills Physicians wants those disappointed patients to stay hopeful when it comes to achieving the weight loss they had originally hoped for.
The network of doctors, dieticians, and support staff at Beverly Hills Physicians work together to offer life-changing
revision weight loss surgery
and aftercare services that provide amazing results. Its capable bariatric surgeons provide a wide range of procedures—such as
lap band to gastric sleeve revision
, gastric sleeve to duodenal switch, and
gastric bypass revision
—that prevent weight gain, pain, and other problems after weight loss surgery.
People who visit Beverly Hills Physicians for a free weight loss consultation often face constant discomfort from a
failed weight loss surgery
performed elsewhere. This can include chronic pain, reflux that won't go away, frequent vomiting after meals, embarrassing gastric dumping syndrome, and other medical complications. These problems with lap band, gastric sleeve, or gastric bypass can be resolved through a revision procedure.
Post-operative bariatric patients don't have to be in pain or constant discomfort, however, to consider revision weight loss surgery. Insufficient or no weight loss, weight gain, and unresolved comorbidities (such as Type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure) are all legitimate reasons to explore a revision procedure from Beverly Hills Physicians. Their bariatric surgeons are experts at a wide range of procedures, which means they can offer many solutions for correcting a failed weight loss surgery. Beverly Hills Physicians don't offer a one-size-fits-all surgery; through honest conversations and health exams, the doctors discover which treatment is best for the patient's lifestyle and health.