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Revision Bariatric Surgery

A couple reasons for revision

Weight loss surgery is not a magic bullet, and revision weight loss surgery can take place if the first surgery doesn’t achieve its goals. Either the first surgery failed, or perhaps a new type of weight loss surgery is available that hadn’t been introduced at the time of your original procedure.

If you are not seeing the results you want, the best first step is to make an appointment with your doctor to talk about your options.

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