Post-Bariatric Body Lift Procedure

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Bariatric surgery comes in many different forms.  Whether you have undergone Lap Band surgery, Obalon balloon, gastric bypass, or the gastric sleeve procedure, you’ve made an important and life changing decision to transform your body, mind, and future.   Obesity is a serious health problem in America.  In fact, over 30 percent of our nation’s… Read more »

Eating Right to Maintain Your New Stomach

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Before weight loss surgery, Dr. Frenzel has a thorough consultation with patients to discuss the process, risks, and benefits.  It’s important for patients to understand that bariatric weight loss surgery isn’t a quick fix to obesity—a quick fix simply doesn’t exist.  But, weight loss surgery gives patients a jump start to a new, healthy lifestyle…. Read more »

Why Choose Gastric Bypass?

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Are you overweight and insulin dependent?  Gastric bypass is a viable solution for patients who suffer from obesity-related diabetes.  Gastric bypass is the most popular and widely used weight loss surgery, constituting more than 50 percent of bariatric surgical procedure performed. With extensive fellowship training in bariatric weight loss surgery, Dr. Frenzel has the knowledge… Read more »

Benefits of the Gastric Sleeve

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Dr. Frenzel is one of a handful of surgeons in the country who has completed a bariatric surgery fellowship and a cosmetic surgery fellowship.  With extensive training and experience, Dr. Frenzel works with patients who have tried natural dieting and exercising to no avail. Prospective patients who have a body mass index of 35 or… Read more »

Lap Band Procedure & Testimonials

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Bariatric weight loss surgery is designed for those who are at least 50 pounds overweight and have been unsuccessful with losing weight on their own.  Dr. Frenzel works with men and women across North Texas to help them achieve their weight loss goals.  If you are 50 pounds overweight or more, lap band could be… Read more »

Orberra Gastric Balloon Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery

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From simple, everyday tasks like walking up a flight of stairs to more lofty goals or running a marathon or riding bikes with your grandchildren, bariatric weight loss has the potential to transform your life and give you opportunities that you never imagined. Dr. Frenzel is dual fellowship trained in bariatric surgery and cosmetic plastic… Read more »

Changing Your Eating Habits this New Year

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It’s a new year which means an opportunity for a new you.  With New Year resolutions in full swing, we want to help you stay faithful to your new healthy lifestyle.  If you’ve chosen to change your eating habits and try to get more nutritional value in your diet, here are some tips that will… Read more »

Holiday Help: Avoiding Unhealthy Foods

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After bariatric surgery, your diet and lifestyle is essential to maintain.  Going from a stomach that can hold about 1000 milliliters of food or liquid to a stomach that holds 50 milliliters requires a serious commitment.  And after a consultation and pre-surgery prep, we know that you are willing to put in that effort.  But,… Read more »

*Actual weight loss results may vary based on the individual.


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