Weight Loss – Bariatric Surgery IN MALAYSIA
Weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery is proven to be the most clinically effective way to lose weight and keep it off. Here at Beautiful You Holidays, our surgeon's minimally invasive approach is used during this procedure. Because of this, the patient has minimal discomfort and a faster recovery. We offer a few different types of Bariatric Procedures, depending on your clinical needs.
|Included in price
|LENGTH OF SURGERY
|2 - 3 days
|TIME AT DESTINATION
|HOSPITAL AND AIRPORT TRANSFERS
|Included in price
|POST OP RECOVERY TIME
Up to 12 months
Complementary on-ground support services
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If you would like to obtain a personalised quote for this procedure, please refer to our Enquiry page.
Who IS A BARIATRIC SURGERY FOR?
Beautiful You Holidays provides personalised feedback specifically targeted to attain the best possible outcome for each individual. We arrange either a WhatsApp or Skype call for you with Dr. Andrea so that you are able to chat through any questions you may have. This ensures you have all the information to be able to make a fully informed decision when booking your surgery.
Recent evidence has shown that individuals affected by obesity are resistant to maintaining weight loss achieved by conventional therapies, such as consuming fewer calories, increasing exercise and commercial weight-loss programs. Bariatric (weight-loss) surgery has been recognised as the most effective treatment to combat severe obesity and maintain weight loss in the long term. Most studies demonstrate that more than 90 percent of individuals previously affected by severe obesity are successful in maintaining 50 percent or more of their excess weight loss following bariatric surgery.
IS BARIATRIC SURGERY EFFECTIVE?
When combined with a comprehensive treatment plan, bariatric surgery acts as an effective tool to provide you with long term weight-loss and help you increase your quality of health. Bariatric surgery has been shown to help improve or resolve many obesity-related conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and more. Bariatric surgery typically will lead to 40-80% of excess weight loss, depending on the specific type of procedure.
Bariatric surgery is almost always done laparoscopically, which is a minimally invasive approach. This involves creating 4-6 keyhole like incisions through which the surgical instruments and camera are inserted to perform the surgery. Benefits of minimally invasive approach are much lesser pain, shorter hospital stay, faster recovery and good cosmetic appearances of the surgical scar.