Bariatric Surgery - Houston, Texas (TX)

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Houston Panniculectomy

In Houston, panniculectomy is a commonly performed procedure that removes excess hanging fat and skin. Panniculectomy help get rid of the excess fat and skin after major weight loss, typically after bariatric surgery. You can choose to have panniculectomy performed by itself or along with other body contouring procedure such as tummy tuck, depending on the needs of individuals and what your Houston bariatric surgeon recommends. 

About Houston Panniculectomy

It is recommended to have Houston panniculectomy if you have loose skin, tissue and fat in the lower part of your abdominal wall. If you have had gastric bypass, LAP-BAND® surgery or other weight loss procedures, you might be left with excess fat and skin that makes it difficult to walk or perform other daily activities.

Other Body Contouring Options

Most patients notice a significant difference in the shape of their body when they have panniculectomy in Houston. Panniculectomy results in less skin folds, which results in better hygiene and freedom of clothing choices and movement. A board-certified surgeon can give you a personal evaluation to inform you if you are a good candidate for the procedure, as well as information about the other body contouring procedures, including:

Panniculectomy: Next Steps

It could be difficult to choose a bariatric surgeon that’s right for you. The right board-certified Houston bariatric surgeon can help clarify your concerns by showing you before and after pictures of panniculectomy in Houston, and explaining what the different bariatric procedures entail.

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