Bimodal (Dual Mode) Stomach Botox

Bimodal Stomach Botox is an endoscopically applied method that is administered in 15 minutes while you sleep with the support of the anesthesia team and you get back to your normal routine on the same day. It does not require hospitalization, stitches or medical dressing. It is aimed for you to lose weight in a healthy and easy way with the follow-up of a nutrition coach.

Obstacles preventing you from losing weight are not being satiated and not being able to control appetite. The purpose of Bimodal Gastric Botox is to make you feel full faster and to reduce your appetite that you cannot control.

Our goal in this non-surgical weight loss system is to help you get rid of the weight you cannot lose, protect you from the risks of surgery, and prevent hospitalization processes.

Teamwork and your willingness are indispensable conditions for success in the non-surgical weight loss system. We know that nowadays, no method, including surgical methods, will give results unless you are determined to the weight loss. If you feel like you are ready this time and you think that if you get professional support, you could get through this process, then the process will be appropriate for you.

Bimodal (Dual Mode) Stomach Botox is a procedure that requires experience and proper planning. Unfortunately, successful results cannot be obtained in stomach botox procedures in many clinics due to technical, dosage, and follow-up errors. Surgeon Çetin Altunal was invited as a speaker with his team at the International Scientific Congress to talk about Gastric Botox and its Effects, and they shared this issue and their experience in Cyprus with their colleagues in 2019. Surgeon Çetin Altunal and his team endeavoured to create the most accurate weight loss method for you by bringing together scientific data and their experience in this field, and Bimodal Gastric Botox has emerged.

How to Administer Bimodal Gastric Botox? 

Bimodal Stomach Botox is an endoscopically applied method administered in about 15 minutes without the need for surgery preparation and helps prolong satiety while reducing your feeling of hunger. Firstly, while you are in deep sleep, your gastric health is evaluated via endoscopy, if a condition such as an ulcer or mass is observed, Bimodal Stomach Botox will not be administered and your disease is planned to be treated.

If no problem is detected in your stomach during the procedure, botox is injected into certain parts of your stomach and in certain doses by Dr. Çetin Altunal through gastric endoscopy. You will not remember anything about the procedure as an anesthesia team that put you under will be at your bedside and you can continue your normal routine on the same day. The administered procedure will help you to comply with the diet for an average of 4-6 months. It is possible for us to provide you with support and medication recommendations during the stages of non-surgical weight loss system.

How Does Bimodal Stomach Botox Work?

Bimodal stomach Botox will limit the contraction of the stomach muscles, delay the time of gastric emptying, increase stomach fullness, and create a long-lasting feeling of satiety. In addition, a decrease in appetite is expected, as botox hormone will also be administered to the area where it is secreted from the stomach.

Who Is Suitable For Stomach Botox?

People between the ages of 18-55

Those with a Body Mass Index above 25

Those unable to manage hunger and carbohydrate crises

Those who have difficulties due to their appetite while dieting

Is Bimodal Stomach Botox Absolutely Effective?

Bimodal (Dual Mode) Stomach Botox is a highly specialised procedure. In our own experience, the success rate is above 95%.

Factors determining success:

Experience of the Team

Gastric Botox Technique

Quality of the Botox Used

Quality of the Materials Used

Botox Injection Points

Botox Injection Depth

Dosage of Botox Used

Hormonal, psychogenic and physiological characteristics of the person

What is Bimodal Stomach Botox? How Is It Different From Stomach Botox?

Bimodal Stomach Botox is an endoscopically applied method that is administered in 15 minutes while you sleep with the support of the anesthesia team and you get back to your normal routine on the same day. It does not require hospitalization, stitches or medical dressing. It is aimed for you to lose weight in a healthy and easy way with the follow-up of a nutrition coach.

Obstacles preventing you from losing weight are not being satiated and not being able to control appetite. The purpose of Bimodal Stomach Botox is to make you feel full faster and to reduce your appetite that you cannot control.

Our goal in this non-surgical weight loss system is to help you get rid of the weight you cannot lose, protect you from the risks of surgery, and prevent hospitalization processes.

Teamwork and your willingness are indispensable conditions for success in the non-surgical weight loss system. We know that nowadays, no method, including surgical methods, will give results unless you are determined to the weight loss. If you feel like you are ready this time and you think that if you get professional support, you could get through this process, then the process will be appropriate for you.

Bimodal Gastric Botox is a method of evaluating the results of scientific studies on Stomach Botox, reviewing the missing and insufficient parts and revising the technical, planning, process and follow-up parts accordingly and successfully implementing it.

Bimodal Stomach Botox is a procedure that requires experience and proper planning. Unfortunately, successful results cannot be obtained in stomach botox procedures in many clinics due to technical, dosage, and follow-up errors. Surgeon Çetin Altunal was invited as a speaker with his team at the International Scientific Congress to talk about Gastric Botox and its Effects, and they shared this issue and their experience in Cyprus with their colleagues in 2019. Surgeon Çetin Altunal and his team endeavoured to create the most accurate weight loss method for you by bringing together scientific data and their experience in this field, and Bimodal Stomach Botox has emerged.

Will Bimodal Stomach Botox Definitely Cause Weight Loss?

Bimodal Stomach Botox procedure does not directly cause weight loss, it makes it easier to follow the diet. The important element for losing weight is compliance with the healthy nutrition program and adequate physical activity after the procedure. No matter what method is used to lose weight, it is important to eat right and healthy and have an adequate level of exercise daily. When this consistency is achieved, it is unlikely to not lose weight.

What Happens on the Day of Gastric Botox Procedure?

As of 00:00 the night before the bimodal stomach botox procedure, eating and smoking are prohibited (as if fasting). On the procedure day, your body is analysed first. After the body analysis, you will be taken to the endoscopy unit. Vascular access is established by the anesthesia team in your arm and a drug that will put you into a deep sleep within 10 seconds is injected through this vascular access after a disposable surgical mask is attached to your mouth. When you are in deep sleep, your esophagus, stomach and duodenum are examined through endoscopy by Surgeon Çetin Altunal, the General Surgery Specialist and Endoscopist.

If a pathology that interferes with the procedure is not detected, botox injections are administered to certain points of your stomach, in certain doses at once and specially prepared for you, in a procedure that will take approximately 10-15 minutes. All materials used during this process are products originating in U.S.A., Japan, and the UK. It is one of our basic principles not to use products that are likely to be counterfeit or of poor quality.

After the 15-minute procedure, you will be taken to the patient room and you will rest for another 15 minutes. You can get back to your normal routine on the same day. Files regarding the procedure will be given to you after the procedure. Furthermore, Surgeon Çetin Altunal will brief you and write your prescriptions. After the procedure, there is a 95% chance that botox activity will start within 7-14 days. The probability that botox will be inefficient is only 5%.

Is There A Follow-Up Process After Bimodal Stomach Botox Procedure?

After the procedure, you will be given a healthy nutrition program, and nutrition and weight monitoring will be provided for 6 months free of charge.

Regardless of the weight-loss method, learning and maintaining proper nutrition and proper exercise is an absolute must.

How Much Weight Does Bimodal Stomach Botox Make You Lose?

Stomach Botox does not make you lose weight but makes it easier to follow a diet. If the programme is followed as specified, an average of 15-30 kg weight loss is expected in 6 months, although this varies depending on the amount of weight that needs to be lost. The amount of weight loss may vary depending on your activity level, your compliance with the nutritional program, your metabolic rate, and the amount of weight that needs to be lost.

Will the Weight Loss After Bimodal Stomach Botox Be Regained?

After Bimodal Stomach Botox, our goal is to add the understanding of proper nutrition and proper exercise to your life with the assistance of our nutrition coach. It is not expected for you to regain the weight you lost if you maintain these approaches in your life. If you abandon a healthy diet and physical activity principles and revert to your old habits, no method including sleeve gastrectomy will provide you permanent weight loss.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is It Safe To Undergo Stomach Botox Procedure When Pregnant or Breastfeeding?

Scientific researches on the botox passing into milk and placenta in Bimodal Gastric Botox fall short, and stomach botox is not suitable during pregnancy. Also, we recommend you to wait at least 6 months to get pregnant after the procedure.

 

 

What is Excessive Weight? What is Obesity? How To Treat Obesity? What Are The Differences Between Treatment Options?

When adipose tissue in our body increases, we first become overweight, and if we gain even more weight, obesity develops.

We distinguish them by evaluating body mass index.

Body mass index: Body weight(kg) / height (m) x Height (m)

If the body mass index is between 25-30, the patient is diagnosed as overweight and if it is over 30, the patient is diagnosed as obese.

No matter what treatment option is used to treat obesity; healthy and regular diet and adequate levels of physical activity are significant parts.

If weight loss cannot be provided with these, bimodal stomach botox, gastric balloon, sleeve gastrectomy, and gastric bypass surgery are the options we have.

Bimodal stomach botox and gastric balloon are procedures after which you can get back to your normal routine on the same day. These procedures are not surgical operations and there will not be any stitches or scars on the body. Sleeve gastrectomy and stomach bypass surgery operations require the patient to stay at the hospital for 3 to 5 days and these operations may leave stitches and scars on the body.

Why Do We Gain Weight? Why Can’t We Maintain Weight Loss?

The basic reason underlying our weight gain is to spend less energy than we take. This means we either take excess calories or we do not burn off enough calories. As long as we try to fix this imbalance with shock diets, we affect our basic metabolic rate in a negative way. In this case, we regain the weight we lost with an increased amount.

What Is The Most Important Conception To Lose Weight?

The most important part is sustainability. If you cannot maintain the diet program and physical activities to lose weight for a long time, the yo-yo principle emerges. You get into a vicious weight loos-weight gain diet circle that is very tiring.

Can’t People With Hashimoto’s Disease, Insulin Resistance and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Lose Weight?

We heard a lot of our patients saying that they can’t lose weight because they have Hashimoto’s disease or insulin resistance or polycystic ovary syndrome. Keep in mind that you can still lose weight with the help of accurate programmes and when you lose weight these diseases will regress and even sometimes you will recover from these diseases.

 

How Long Does Bimodal Stomach Botox Last?

Bimodal Stomach Botox lasts for 4 to 6 months in accordance with your diet, body temperature, physiological characteristics.

Does Bimodal Stomach Botox Cause Cancer Or Any Other Systemic Problem?

There is no systemic side effect on post stomach botox reported in scientific researches.

What Are The Differences Between Bimodal Gastric Botox And Gastric Balloon?

Both the Gastric Balloon procedure and the Bimodal Gastric Botox procedure are endoscopic procedures that take approximately 15 minutes. In the gastric balloon procedure, the balloon is placed in the stomach and the purpose is to leave less room for food in the stomach so the balloon creates the fullness feeling in the stomach and thus the patient eats less and feels satiety.

The balloon is inflated with a blue-coloured liquid that we call methylene blue, so if there is a leak in the balloon, the urine will turn blue and the person will notice the problem. This balloon is available in 3-6 and 12-month versions. It may cause severe abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting in the first week. If these complaints do not recess in a week, the balloon may have to be taken out. If there is no problem, the balloon is kept in the stomach throughout the time and the person tries to lose weight by eating less. The balloon will be removed endoscopically when the expiration term is met.

Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting are rarely observed for 3-4 days after the Bimodal Stomach Botox procedure. Botox does not take space in the stomach, only affects stomach muscles and hunger hormones, and provides prolonged fullness and loss of appetite. Botox effects will diminish in 4 to 6 months on its own. There is no such procedure as removing the botox.

How Many Kilograms Can Be Lost And With Bimodal Stomach Botox? Can Bimodal Stomach Botox Be Readministered?

We have been able to help a patients lose a maximum of 50 kg in 6 months with Bimodal Stomach Botox so far. If at the end of 6 months the patient still has some weight s/he needs to lose, 2nd or even 3rd Bimodal Gastric Botox may be applied provided that the patient maintained his/her weight for at least 3 months after the 6-month period.

Examples From Our Patient Who Lost Weight