Bariatric Redo

Surgical Weight Loss

Bariatric Redo

A very small percentage of individuals who have undergone weight-loss surgery in past may need further treatment due to reasons like inadequate weight loss or complications. Revision procedures is a vital option for them. This intervention aims to optimize weight loss outcomes and address issues to ensure patient safety and well-being. Options include converting to a different bariatric technique, revising the anatomy of the previous surgery, or opting for newer minimally invasive procedures like Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG).

Tailored Solutions

Tailored Solutions

Personalized treatment plans addressing individual needs.

Expert Team

Expert Team

Experienced surgeons and healthcare professionals providing specialized care.

Transparent Pricing

Transparent Pricing

Clear cost breakdown including postoperative support.

Personalized Care and Support

Personalized Care and Support

1-year review included to monitor progress and address concerns.

Eligibility Criteria

Previous history of weight-loss surgery
Unsatisfactory weight loss or complications from prior surgery
Subsequent regain in weight

Weight Loss Progression

1-6 months

20% - 30% of excess weight loss can be achieved

Six Months

Significant reduction in excess weight

One Year

Continued weight loss progress

Three Years

Sustained weight loss with lifestyle changes
Disclaimers: Individual results may vary. Lifelong commitment to balanced diet, exercise, and healthy lifestyle is a must for sustained benefits.

Am I eligible for Bariatric Redo?

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At Leptyn, we thoroughly assess potential risks and benefits for every individual based on their profile and needs. Our healthcare team will help you make an informed decision based on your unique health profile and lifestyle.


Included in Procedure

Determining Factors

Procedure Cost starts at ₹ 3,00,000/- all inclusive

Clinical Team

Neha Shah

Dr. Neha Shah

Chief Weight Loss Surgeon
Chief Medical Officer
20+ years experience

Dr. Prabhudoss

Weight Loss Surgeon and Gut Health
15+ years experience

Dr. Gowri Shankar

30+ years experience
General Surgeon

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is bariatric redo surgery?

Bariatric redo surgery, also known as revisional bariatric surgery, is a procedure performed to address complications, inadequate weight loss, or weight regain following a previous weight loss surgery.

Who is a candidate for bariatric redo surgery?

Candidates for bariatric redo surgery include individuals who have experienced complications or unsatisfactory weight loss outcomes from their initial weight loss surgery and are in good overall health.

What are the common reasons for undergoing bariatric redo surgery?

Common reasons for bariatric redo surgery include inadequate weight loss, weight regain, surgical complications, or changes in health conditions since the initial procedure.

What are the different types of bariatric redo surgeries available?

Bariatric redo surgeries may involve revising or converting the previous procedure, addressing anatomical changes, or exploring newer techniques such as Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG).

What is the success rate of bariatric redo surgery?

Success rates vary depending on individual circumstances, but bariatric redo surgery can lead to significant improvements in weight loss outcomes and resolution of complications for many patients.

What are the risks associated with bariatric redo surgery?

Risks of bariatric redo surgery include potential complications such as infection, bleeding, leakage, or adverse reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are minimized with careful patient selection and experienced surgical teams.

What is the recovery process like after bariatric redo surgery?

Recovery after bariatric redo surgery typically involves a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery compared to the initial procedure. Patients are advised to follow a specific diet and gradually increase activity levels under medical supervision.

Will insurance cover bariatric redo surgery?

Insurance coverage for bariatric redo surgery varies depending on the individual's insurance plan and policy guidelines. Patients are encouraged to contact their insurance provider to verify coverage details.

How long does it take to see results after bariatric redo surgery?

Results vary for each patient, but weight loss and improvement in health conditions can be observed in the months following bariatric redo surgery, with continued progress over time.

Is lifelong follow-up necessary after bariatric redo surgery?

Yes, lifelong follow-up with a bariatric specialist is essential to monitor progress, address any issues that may arise, and provide ongoing support for maintaining weight loss and overall health.
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