Plastic Surgery Institute of California Helping to Pioneer Use of New Micro Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery Approach
The Plastic Surgery Institute of California is part of a small group of surgery centers now pioneering use of the micro sleeve gastrectomy as one of its surgical weight loss options.
Huntington Beach, California:
The Plastic Surgery Institute of California is part of a small group of surgery centers now pioneering use of the micro sleeve gastrectomy as one of its surgical weight loss options. The micro sleeve approach is minimally invasive, using a single incision and leaving little, if any, noticeable scaring. The minimally invasive nature of the surgery also allows for less post-operative pain and shorter patient recovery times. The Plastic Surgery Center of California continues to be at forefront of bariatric weight loss innovations and to lead the medical community in the search of surgical methods helping patients reach desired weight loss goals in an effective, safe manner.
“We view the micro sleeve gastrectomy as a true leap forward when it comes to innovation in bariatric weight loss procedures,” said Dr. Mazin Al-Hakeem, of the Plastic Surgery Institute of California. “We’re thrilled to be able to bring this option to our patients and know that it will help them experience less pain, recover more quickly and avoid nearly all of the scaring typical of other surgical weight loss methods.”
The Plastic Surgery Institute, located in Huntington Beach, California, is one of Southern California’s most well-known and respected surgery centers. The Institute offers cosmetic, spinal and weight loss surgery through its surgery center in Huntington Beach and its consultation centers in Pasadena and Beverly Hills. Among other services, the Institute’s cosmetic surgical options include breast enhancement, liposuction, mommy makeovers and rhinoplasty. Also, its weight loss surgery options include gastric bypass, vertical sleeve gastrectomy, micro sleeve vertical gastrectomy, longitudinal sleeve gastrectomy, gastric restrictive surgery procedures. More information about the Plastic Surgery Institute is available via its corporate website at http://www.plasticsurgeryinstituteofcalifornia.com or by calling (714) 969-2520.