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Weight loss surgery resources

Successful weight loss is a life-long commitment. It begins with a conversation. Learn about the importance of nutrition and exercise in maintaining your goal weight. Our resource center is here for your education, health, and total wellness.

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What’s the Mini Sleeve®?

Dr. Dill explains the Mini Sleeve.

Surgical options

Gastric Bypass

Long considered the “Gold Standard” of weight loss operations, a gastric bypass procedure creates a small …

Surgical Revisions

Put simply, the “perfect” weight loss operation does not exist nor has it ever. All weight loss operations have limitations …

Mini Sleeve®

This includes endoscopic weight loss surgery for both primary and some revision weight loss procedures.

Rest & recovery

McCarty Weight Loss Center Dallas - Best Weight Loss Surgeon Dallas

Did you know dehydration is the leading cause of hospital readmission after bariatric surgery? Some bariatric practices report as many

mini sleeve surgery

Obesity is a serious and ever-growing epidemic that affects at least 40 percent (93.3 million) adults in the U.S., according

Nutrition

It feels like there’s an exit to that dark and hopeless tunnel. BUT, there is a milestone commitment that needs to be understood. Bariatric surgery is a tool,

Let’s face it, it can be difficult to turn down indulgences when you haven’t planned ahead. Creating a meal prep

7 Smoothie Recipes for Weight Loss to Help You Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

If you’re trying to lose weight, making changes in your daily nutrition is paramount. By replacing one meal or snack

Exercise

Weight loss surgery can be the best, life changing choice for your health when it comes to obesity treatment. Our Mini Sleeve

doctor discussing weight gain with patient

Hormones are powerful chemical messengers in our bodies. They can influence everything from our growth and development to mood, sexual function, appetite,

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Once you have started to lose weight, you’ll want to maintain or even continue your weight loss.

As soon as the New Year’s ball drops, we all get bombarded with the typical resolution questions. People ask you, advertising suggests it, you see it on store fronts, it’s basically everywhere. And to be honest, the whole thought of having to come up with a goal and making yourself accountable for achieving it can be exciting and daunting at the same time.

Indeed! The holidays are the season with the most social events. Everything from family reunions, work parties, Secret Santa, gift exchanges, neighborhood get-togethers, dinners, parties, happy hours, you name it! Our calendars get booked back-to-back, and during some of those occasions someone (beyond in-laws) may obnoxiously say what you don’t want to hear - “you look like you gained some weight this year.”

Your journey to betterment seems like a viable thing. Now is the time to look into the financial aspect of the dream. Is it doable? How much would it be? Can it fit within your budget? Do you have the insurance to cover it?

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