Texas Center for Bariatrics & Advanced Surgery Blog

Understanding Bariatric Revision Surgery with BariNation Support

Bariatric revision surgery, often called weight loss surgery revision, is a medical procedure to modify, improve, or correct a previous bariatric surgery. It becomes necessary…

Posted by Allan Joseph Cribbins on Jun 29, 2024

Why is Protein so Important after Surgery?

Every bariatric surgery patient knows that protein is important after surgery.  But why are we so focused on protein after surgery and where do the…

Posted by Edmund B. Chen on May 09, 2024

Learn about NSAIDs after Bariatric Surgery

Did you know that NSAIDs are allowed after certain bariatric surgeries?

There is a lot of misconception regarding NSAID use and bariatric surgery.  NSADIs, or Non-steroidal…

Posted by Edmund B. Chen on Apr 24, 2024

At What Point Should a Teen Consider Weight Loss Surgery?

Some teens may be eligible for bariatric surgery procedures such as sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass. Let’s consider candidacy for adolescent surgical weight loss.

Posted by Allan Joseph Cribbins on Apr 23, 2024

Is Bariatric Surgery Worth It? Compare the Cost to These Benefits

People considering weight loss surgery may wonder if the cost is worth it. Doctors at the Texas Center for Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery discuss the…

Posted by Allan Joseph Cribbins on Feb 12, 2024

Please Don’t Call this Weight Loss Surgery!

I often find myself correcting other medical professionals who refer to the surgery that we perform as “weight loss surgery.”.  We do not perform weight…

Posted by Edmund B. Chen on Jan 05, 2024

Bariatric Surgery vs. Ozempic & Semaglutide Drugs: Which Is Better?

Surgeons at the Texas Center for Bariatrics and Advanced Surgery help patients consider the effects of bariatric surgery vs. Ozempic and which is better. To…

Posted by Allan Joseph Cribbins on Nov 01, 2023

Sleeve Gastrectomy Can Improve Symptoms of Acid Reflux

Did you know that a sleeve gastrectomy can improve symptoms of acid reflux?

Posted by Edmund B. Chen on Aug 16, 2023

Weight Loss Timeline After Bariatric Surgery: What You Should Know

Individuals considering treatment at the Texas Center for Bariatrics & Advanced Surgery should know the typical weight loss timeline after bariatric surgery. Learn more about…

Posted by Allan Joseph Cribbins on Aug 02, 2023

Revision Options after Gastric Bypass/RYGB

Did you know that surgical revision after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB)is possible?  While many know that there are numerous surgical revisional options after sleeve gastrectomy,…

Posted by Edmund B. Chen on Jul 18, 2023

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Texas Center for
Bariatrics & Advanced Surgery

Our highly skilled and experienced board-certified surgeons specialize in ultra-minimally invasive general and bariatric surgery. They are affiliated with a number of national associations, including the:

  • American Board of Surgery
  • American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS)
  • American College of Surgeons (ACS)
  • Fellow American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (FASMBS)

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