Bariatric Surgery


Bariatric surgeries are a convenient option to lose weight and adjust lifestyle to help people suffer from obesity. 

Traditional methods of weight loss have not worked for them.


  • Gastric bypass

Laparoscopic gastric bypass is one of the most successful and popular obesity surgeries. It helps to lose weight effectively by adjusting to digesting and absorbing food through the stomach and intestine.

Gastric bypass works to reduce the amounts of food consumed by reducing the size of the stomach in addition to reducing the absorption of nutrients because the process changes the course of food and bypasses a large part of the stomach and the first part of the intestine.

It is considered the gold standard for weight loss surgery by the American Association of Obesity surgeries.



  • Stomach balloon

The gastric balloon is a new type of weight-loss procedure. 

A silicone balloon filled with salt is placed in your stomach, which helps you lose weight by limiting the amount of food you can eat. 

It also makes you feel full faster.


  • Sleeve gastrectomy

The gastric sleeve is one of the most popular weight-loss surgeries that reduce the size of the stomach by removing a portion of it that is about 70-85% of its volume, leaving a tube-shaped passageway that resembles a banana fruit or a small bowl, which helps reduce the amount of food that A person eats it. 

This process cannot be returned or the structure of the removed part. Instead, the stomach expands over time with large quantities of food.


  • Stomach botox

It is the latest science to lose weight by temporarily paralyzing the stomach walls, which reduces the strength of stomach contractions and pushes food into the intestine. 

Stomach Botox reduces weight by blocking the nerve responsible for feeling hunger from sending signals to the brain and preventing the stomach from emptying quickly, causing a feeling of fullness for a more extended period and reducing the amount of food that the individual eats.