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Gastric Plication

Laparoscopic Greater Curve Plication (LGCP), also known as Gastric Plication, is a modern restrictive surgery that does not require removal of any portion of the stomach or implanted devices.

How Does LGCP work?

Gastric Plication surgery reduces the size of the stomach by creating folds in the large part of the stomach. The surgeon sutures the fold, but does not remove any part of the stomach. The segment of your stomach that is used by your body is reduced, leading to decreased stomach volume, which restricts the amount of food the body needs to feel full. As with all bariatric surgeries, patients must commit to healthy eating and activity habits.

 

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LGCP can be the first step to a more active life for people struggling with excess weight.*  Contact us today to learn more about your options.

*Individual Results May Vary

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