Before the surgery, patients will undergo a comprehensive medical evaluation to determine if they are a suitable candidate for bariatric surgery. Patients will also need to make certain lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking, improving their diet, and increasing physical activity. Our dietician will provide valuable and easy to understand education about life after bariatric surgery, as well as preoperative diet and postoperative diet progression.
During the surgery, patients will receive general anesthesia, and the surgeon will perform the procedure through small incisions in the abdomen.
After the surgery, patients will need to follow a steady diet and exercise plan to achieve the best possible results. It is also important to attend follow-up appointments with the surgeon to monitor progress and ensure proper healing.
Because long-term follow-up care is critical for the long-term success of weight loss surgery patients, CSG considers all patients to be “patients for life.” CSG is committed to serving patients locally and over the long term to address issues that arise after surgery and monitor your health in the coming years. You will see your surgeon before surgery, and your surgeon will personally monitor your health after surgery.