FACE FAT INJECTION
REMOVAL OF FACE AND BODY MOLES
Dr.Royal Khankishiyev / Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
Bariatric surgery, that is, weight loss surgery, can help you lose weight and improve many health problems related to obesity.
Your reasons for starting the bariatric surgery process;
Failure of diets,
Having health concerns or worrying about your future,
Making your life more limiting,
If your body mass index (BMI) is 40 or higher, or if you are between 35 and 40, you should dec,
Having health problems such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, unhealthy cholesterol levels, sleep apnea,
Depending on your weight, you may have knee, hip, or other body pain.
BEFORE THE OPERATION
Before surgery, you can talk to your doctor about surgical options and find answers to your questions. Depending on your medical history, several preoperative tests can be done to make sure that your needs are met during the surgery process.Our expert dietitian will inform you about how to develop healthy eating habits that will help you lose weight.
Depending on the type of procedure dec have chosen with your surgeon, your surgery will take between one and three hours.He helps you in the first days of recovery, we encourage you to get up and move as soon as possible.
AFTER THE OPERATION
After the operation, you will need to rest for a while to recover. Walking and walking around the house can help you recover faster. Start slowly and follow the advice of your health care provider about the types of physical activity that you can do with confidence.Your healthcare professional will tell you which foods and drinks you can consume and which ones you should avoid. You will need to take dietary supplements recommended by your health care provider to make sure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals.
BARIATRIC SURGERY OPERATIONS
Gastric bypass surgery, also called Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass, is performed in three steps. First, the surgeon staples your stomach and creates a small pouch in the upper section. The stapler makes your stomach much smaller. Therefore, it causes you to eat less because you feel full earlier.
Then the surgeon divides your small intestine in half and connects the lower part directly to the small stomach pouch. Food bypasses most of your stomach and the upper part of your small intestine, allowing your body to absorb fewer calories.
The surgeon then reconnects the upper part of the small intestine to a new position lower than the lower part of the small intestine. This displacement allows the digestive fluids contained in the stomach to flow from the bypassed part of the small intestine to the lower part of the small intestine. Therefore, the food is completely digestible. Since the bypass changes hormones, bacteria and other substances in the gastrointestinal tract, the patient's appetite and metabolism may be affected. Gastric bypass is difficult to reverse, but a surgeon can do it if it is medically necessary.