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23,000+ successful bariatric surgery procedures


The surgeons and physicians at OCC are among the leading authorities on the gastric bypass procedure, having performed this surgery over a significant number of years. It is often recommended for the morbidly obese and, with our exclusive Dual Long Limb (DLL) procedure, it is also curing diabetes in a qualified group of patients.

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The newest weight-loss procedure to be introduced is known as the Stomach Sparing Gastric Sleeve® and can be considered an alternative version of the traditional gastric sleeve.

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The OCC Improved Gastric Sleeve is the result of years of experience and research in weight loss surgery. The IGS is the most advanced and safest bariatric procedure on the market today!

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At OCC, we understand that revising a failed surgery is unique and must be approached accordingly. This is why after thousands of patients that have undergone weight loss revision surgery, we can consider ourselves leading experts in the field.

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We are the busiest standalone Center of Excellence in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery and this gives us a unique advantage, especially when it comes to the Lap-Band. Lap-Band (also known as a gastric band) surgery is a procedure that helps limit your food intake and makes you feel fuller with fewer amounts of food.

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The mini-gastric bypass procedure consists of creating a smaller stomach pouch and attaching the terminal part of the small intestine to the new stomach. It is great for revising a failed sleeve or other failed procedure.

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Obesity Control Center can correct technical issues with a sleeve by resizing the sleeve to a smaller size with a combined procedure that involves stapling and suturing.

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We understand that revising a failing surgery is unique and must be approached accordingly. After thousands of patients that have undergone weight loss revision surgery, we can consider ourselves leading experts in the field.

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The Obesity Control Center is a world leader in gastric band (Lap-Band) surgeries. Our surgeons are not only among the most qualified in the world, they also serve as instructing doctors having trained many of the leading American surgeons in this field.

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Failed surgeries can create health risks for those who expected dramatic weight loss as a result of their procedures. Regardless of where patients had their surgeries performed, OCC Revision Surgery is more than a technique.

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Metabolic Surgery is defined as an alteration of the gastrointestinal tract to change the body’s neurohormonal environment and achieve weight loss and the remission of metabolic disease.

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Obesity, an issue historically linked only to adults, has been growing at alarming rates among teens and adolescents. In our experience, and after scores of minimally invasive, laparoscopic surgeries performed in our hospital on teens, patients can expect a 60% to 70% loss of excess weight.

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