FAQ

Question:

How does gastric band surgery work?

Answer:

In the gastric band surgery, the surgeon places an inflatable band around the stomach, thereby reducing the size of the stomach. The inflatable band is filled with sterile saline, and is controlled through a port placed under the skin. By reducing the size of the stomach, eating just a small amount of food will satisfy hunger cravings and promote a feeling of fullness.

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