Depending upon your medical history, weight loss goals, lifestyle, and expectations, bariatric surgeons Dr. Bilof and Dr. Yurcisin can recommend a treatment plan including the surgical procedure that’s right for you. Drs. Bilof and Yurcisin will go over all the available types of weight loss surgery and weight loss surgery options we offer at our medical center in Millburn, NJ during your personal consultation, including laparoscopic options and recommendations for ongoing weight management. The healthcare providers at Garden State Bariatrics & Wellness Center are here to answer any questions you may have. We want patients in New Jersey, Millburn, and Toms River to feel comfortable and knowledgeable about weight loss surgery to determine which option is best for you to support your long-term weight loss.
“We are very excited about what we do because of the phenomenal success rate we see in treating our patients. For some time now, we have been extremely concerned about the effects of type 2 diabetes on our patients – it is the leading cause of blindness, limb loss, and kidney failure in the country. The satisfaction we receive at seeing people actually get better is incredibly fulfilling.”
-Drs. Bilof and Yurcisin
Bariatric surgery is not a “quick fix.” It represents a serious commitment to the lifestyle changes that will allow you to reclaim your health. Today, more Americans are morbidly obese – meaning 100+ pounds above normal body weight – than ever before. Many people have experienced the ravages of obesity and its related diseases like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, and heart disease or have witnessed the suffering of their loved ones. Drs. Bilof and Yurcisin, designated as Center of Excellence Surgeons by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, have collectively performed more than 3,500 successful gastric bypass, duodenal switch, and gastric sleeve surgeries over the course of their careers. We have seen a dramatic reduction in our patients’ type 2 diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), and coronary artery disease, as well as the following health problems:
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Is it time you reclaimed your health and body and renewed your life? Contact Garden State Bariatrics to discuss our various bariatric surgery procedures to see which weight loss program and procedure is right for you. If you have questions about the bariatric surgery diet or whether your insurance will cover the procedure, we also encourage you to browse our bariatric surgery frequently asked questions. We also provide many helpful patient resources, ranging from monthly newsletters to recommendations for support groups, dietitians and supplements, as well as patient success stories and blogs.
1 Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. Resolution of Type 2 Diabetes Following Bariatric Surgery: Implications for Adults and Adolescents. Available: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2936261/. Accessed October 26, 2021.
2 ASMBS. Bariatric Surgery Procedures. Available: https://asmbs.org/patients/bariatric-surgery-procedures. Accessed October 9, 2021.
3 Mayo Clinic. Guide to types of weight-loss surgery. Available: https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/gastric-bypass-surgery/in-depth/weight-loss-surgery/art-20045334. Accessed October 8, 2021.
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