Other Bariatric Procedures

Gastric Imbrication

Gastric Imbrication

Gastric Imbrication is a minimally invasive procedure that reduces the size of the stomach by using sutures to fold the stomach in on itself, reducing the volume of the stomach and its ability to distend when food is ingested. At the completion of the procedure, the stomach has a similar appearance to sleeve gastrectomy but without removing any of the stomach. Patients who have Gastric Imbrication will eat less and lose weight because the size of the stomach is restricted.

Revision Bariatric Surgery

Dr. Tersigni performs revision surgery for patients who have had complications, unsatisfactory weight loss, or weight regain. Revision surgery is associated with significantly more risks than general bariatric surgery, so it is important to discuss your options with Dr. Tersigni before making the decision to have revision surgery.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tersigni.