Your choice for bariatric surgery in Denton, Texas

Medical City Denton offers a comprehensive and compassionate program for patients who aren't able to reach their weight loss goals through traditional methods. We focus on minimally invasive procedures to promote quick recovery and decrease risks during surgery and healing.

Find a bariatric surgeon or call the Metabolic and Bariatric Institute of Medical City Denton at (940) 800-2565.

Weight-Loss Surgery Assessment

The team at the Metabolic and Bariatric Institute is here for you through every step of your weight-loss journey. We also provide a medically managed weight-loss program and a monthly bariatric support group to give you the guidance and education you need.

Bariatric surgery in Denton, Texas

Bariatric surgery causes weight loss by restricting the amount of food your stomach can hold, altering the digestive process or a combination of the two. It can help you regain your health and resolve many obesity-related conditions.

Types of bariatric surgery we offer

At the Metabolic and Bariatric Institute, we offer several different procedures for individuals who qualify for bariatric surgery, including:

  • Gastric bypass (Roux-en-Y)
  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Revision surgery
  • Lap band maintenance

Your first bariatric surgery appointment

Once we determine you are a bariatric surgery candidate, you will meet with a dietitian, finance specialist and surgeon to determine which procedure is best for you. We will create a custom plan based on your health needs and preferences.

For your first in-person consultation, call us at (940) 800-2565

Our address is:

3537 East I-35 South
Denton, TX 76210

BMI Calculator

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Additional weight-loss services we offer

We are focused on finding the best solution for your individual weight-loss journey. Because of this, we take a multifaceted approach to weight loss, including a medically managed weight-loss program and bariatric support group.

Medically managed weight-loss program

The medically managed weight-loss program can be an effective option for individuals who do not qualify for, or elect not to receive, bariatric surgery. Nutritionists and dietitians will provide you with nutritional information and resources to help you find success in your weight-loss journey. Prescription medications may be an option to supplement your diet and exercise routine as well.

Bariatric support group

Finding a support system is a crucial component of creating sustainable weight loss changes in your life. This is why we offer a monthly bariatric support group for our patients. Our support group meets virtually via WebEx on the first Thursday of every month at 6:00pm.

If you are interested in coming to our bariatric support group, please call (940) 800-2565.

Bariatric surgery at Medical City Healthcare

Weight loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, is performed on patients with obesity. There are several types of bariatric procedures, but all focus on making modifications to the digestive system with the goal of significant weight loss.

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