Post-Bariatric Surgeryā€¸

In Italy 33.1% of the population is overweight (41% of men and 25.7% women) and 9.7% are obese. Surgical treatment of obesity (bariatric surgery) can be extremely effective in achieving a dramatic weight loss in patients who have suffered from obesity for years, unable to defeat the pounds with diet and physical activity.

The post-bariatric surgery (after weight loss), is becoming increasingly popular and demand. The weight loss after bariatric surgery in fact often results in large amounts of excess skin with loss of skin elasticity and many stretch marks. This can be very painful for those who already faces tough path to weight loss and limiting the choice of clothing, in social life, in sports. The primary goal of bariatric surgery and post-bariatric is to achieve a well-balanced fitness, improved self-esteem, self-confidence and their ability and a healthier way of life.

The post-bariatric surgery is considered the limit between cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery because complement to weight loss by helping to reshape the body and improve the quality of life of patients formerly obese. The excess skin that remains after it has lost weight and is then consumed the subcutaneous adipose tissue, can be treated with a series of operations, including breast lift, tummy tuck, arm lift, thigh lift and buttock Liposuction modeling.

These procedures are different from those carried out on patients conventional and therefore should be performed by surgeons. In the course of his training, Dr. Mojo's got to learn the most advanced techniques of post-bariatric surgery working at one of the main departments of Latin America, the Hospital of Andarai Federal do Rio de Janeiro, led by Prof. Carlos del Pino Roxo who described the famous technique of "bodylifting with minimum detachment". Every planned intervention always needs to be adapted and customized according to the type of bariatric surgery performed, the nutritional status of the patient and the extent of the weight loss.

Dr. Mojo will recommend the procedure or set of procedures which are more appropriate and discuss your needs carefully before you perform the necessary surgery.