Revisional surgery is more complex than primary surgery. The main reason is that the anatomy will have been disturbed when you had, and recovered from, your primary procedure. More specifically, adhesions (scar tissue) will have formed in the abdomen and around the stomach. The adhesions need to be dissected, which is a delicate process, in order to expose the stomach and complete the revisional surgery safely. The presence of adhesions and the increased unpredictability of what the surgeon will be presented with in the abdominal cavity mean that revision surgery is more technically challenging, and requires greater expertise to perform safely and effectively.
Due to the specialist nature of this work we focus all our revision procedures on a select group of 4 surgeons, all of whom are specialists and do high volume revision work, both privately and in their NHS practice. Read why this is important and read more about our surgeons here.
From this page we aim to provide all the information you will need to inform yourself about the revision surgery options that are available to you. Our team members are experienced and are ready to answer your questions and help you decide upon the best option for you.
Please use the links below to direct you to the information you need.
Your eligibility for revision weight loss surgery
Gastric band revisions
Gastric bypass revisions
Gastric sleeve revisions
Aftercare support and warranty
Surgery and clinic locations
If you have any questions, or you are ready to schedule a face to face consultation, please call 0800 313 4618 or contact us using the form here.