How to Choose Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty Doctors for your ESG

Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is a minimally invasive weight-loss procedure. It involves the placement of suturing devices into the stomach to shrink the stomach and dramatically reduce its size.

The dramatic reduction in the size of your stomach leads to a significant reduction in the amount of food that your stomach can hold. This leads to a dramatic reduction in the number of calories that your body can absorb which leads to weight loss.

Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is recommended for individuals with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 and above that dieting and exercises haven’t yielded any results.

Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is an alternative weight loss procedure for bariatric surgery.

An endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty doctor is known as a Gastroenterologist.

How to become a Gastroenterologist

A Gastroenterologist must have earned a Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in medical sciences.

He or she must have successfully completed a Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) to be considered for admission into medical school.

He or she must have completed a four-year course of study in medical school that leads to a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.).

He or she must have been licensed by successfully passing the required medical licensing examinations in order to practice. The U.S. Medical Licensing Examination, administered by the National Board of Medical Examiners and the Federation of State Medical Boards are the recognized licensing boards.

He or she must have completed two to three years of residency training in internal medicine in a reputable medical organization.

He or she must have completed a 3-year gastroenterology Fellowship

He or she must be a board-certified gastroenterologist. To be a board-certified gastroenterologist, he or she must first obtain certification in internal medicine through the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). To become board-certified, he or she must have passed the required exam and have a current license to practice medicine.

Gastroenterologists are required to continue their education and learning for them to renew their licenses and certifications. Continuous education and learning also help them improve their skills and stay current with advances in their field.

Gastroenterologists are encouraged to join a professional organization such as the American Gastroenterological Association. Joining a professional organization has its many benefits including listings in professional directories and access to networking opportunities.

How to choose a doctor for endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty

There are different ways you can explore when choosing a doctor for endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty. These include;

Google Reviews

Google makes up for 57.5% of all reviews worldwide. This is more than half of the total reviews from all other review sites worldwide.

Google is widely known all over the world. A large number of businesses and professionals have their business pages on Google review site.

Google reviews can give a business or individual credibility. The type of reviews about a certain product or service will greatly determine if the product or service is good or bad.

Most doctors have their business pages on Google review site. Patients can post reviews of their doctors on doctor’s review pages. On a doctor review page, you can read the reviews of other patients and know if the doctor is a good doctor or not. You will know if the services provided by the doctor are good or not.

As an individual who intends to undergo an endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty, the first place you can conveniently go in search of a good doctor for endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is Google review site. You will find numerous endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty doctors on Google reviews.

Read through each doctor’s review page and see what other patients are saying about each individual doctor. Also, check the star ratings and numbers of reviews on each doctor’s page.

A doctor with a good number of positive reviews and with 4-5 star rating will likely be a good doctor to choose.

Get a consult with ESG Doctors

Apart from searching through Google reviews, you can as well consult with individual ESG doctors that you know around your neighborhood.

You can search through Google and get the official numbers of different ESG doctors around you. Call them and make inquiries. You can also book appointments with them and talk with them to know more about them so that you can choose the best.

You can as well ask your primary healthcare provider to recommend a good ESG doctor for you. Your primary healthcare provider will likely know a good and reputable ESG doctor to recommend for you.

Results of previous patients

This is also a very important aspect to look out when choosing an endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty doctor. Check through the results of previous patients of each individual doctor. Ask them to provide the “before and after” images of their previous patients so that you can see for yourself. You will get a better idea of the results you will be expecting when you look through the “before and after images” of previous patients.

If possible, you can also contact some patients that have undergone similar procedures. Ask them about their experiences undergoing the procedure. Ask them if they are satisfied with the services provided by the doctors.

Previous patients will provide you with their personal experiences which are very important for you in choosing the best doctor for your procedure.

How to Choose Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty Doctors for your ESG

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