Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery
Inpatient Weight Loss Surgery
There are many elements to think about when deciding on inpatient bariatric surgery. Bariatric surgery is a tool that helps control appetite and reduces portion sizes. It is most effective when combined with dietary changes and exercise. This is not the easy way out and lifestyle changes have to be made to make change permanent.
Dr. Leah Dill is passionate about helping her patients begin a new journey towards achieving great health. Managing excess weight is important in reducing the incidence of diabetes, heart disease, obstructive sleep apnea, GERD, and other weight-related illnesses. She is available to help patients achieve their weight loss goals. We offer screening examinations and wellness visits to determine if patients are a candidate for weight loss surgery. We also offer less invasive weight management programs. Call to make an appointment if you are interested in learning how you can achieve your weight loss goals.
North Texas Medical Center offers a variety of bariatric surgery procedures:
- Roux-en-Y (RNY)/Gastric Bypass
- Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (Sleeve)
- Lap Band (Adjustable Gastric Banding)
- Lap Band Fills
Brochure: Is Bariatric Surgery Right for Me?
Interested in learning about the benefits of medical weight loss and whether or not you’re a candidate for this procedure? If so, click to download our free brochure to learn more.
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Gainesville, TX 76240