Start fresh with ESG -
a new endoscopic weight loss procedure.
No incisions. No scars.
What is endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG)?
ESG is a procedure performed endoscopically by a gastroenterologist or surgeon that uses a small suturing device and camera to reduce the size of the stomach from the inside.
How it works
How effective is ESG?
Excess Body Weight loss 12 months after the procedure
Average total body weight loss
at 1 year
Maintained most of their weight loss 2 years after the procedure
FAQ about Non-Surgical Weight Loss Procedure
How much weight do patients lose?
Patients undergoing ESG lost 13% of their total body weight at 1 year, and the majority of weight loss was maintained out to 2 years.
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is a great alternative for people who need to manage their weight in a more aggressive way but don’t qualify for, or wish to have, weight-loss surgery.
What are the potential Health Impacts of ESG?
61.1% of patients with Type 2 Diabetes lost at least 10% TBWL1 and 70.0% showed improvement in their diabetes, as determined by their doctor.2 In that same study, 59.5% of patients with hypertension lost at least 10% TBWL and 64.3% showed improvement in their hypertension, as determined by their doctor.
Am I a good candidate for endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty?
Candidacy depends on your medical history and weight-loss goals. For endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, you must have a body mass index (BMI) over 30.
Peachtree Surgical & Bariatrics offers comprehensive weight-loss solutions, so they’re ready to guide you to success. Learn more about how endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty can help you take control of your health by calling the office or clicking the provided appointment link below