Best Bariatric Surgeon in Jaipur- Nav Imperial Hospital

Top Bariatric Surgeon in Jaipur- Nav Imperial

Bariatric surgery becomes increasingly necessary with the increase in overweight and obesity issues in people. However, thanks to hospitals like Nav Imperial Hospital and surgeons like Mahesh Jangir who is known as the best bariatric surgeon in Jaipur, bariatric surgeries are now a breeze. Bariatric surgery in Jaipur is getting more sophisticated and providing great results.

What is Bariatric Surgery?

When diet and exercise fail to lose weight of a person, bariatric surgery is the last option. Bariatric surgery is a procedure used to perform on people who are suffering from obesity. With this procedure, a bariatric surgeon makes changes in the digestive system and removes extra fat of obsess person to reduce the patient’s weight.

Why Dr Mahesh Jangid is the Best Bariatric Surgeon in Jaipur?

Dr Mahesh Jangir (MBBS, MS General Surgeon, FMAS, DIP-MAS) is one of the most prominent and best Bariatric Surgeon in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He has 13 years of experience in this field. He completed his MBBS from Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur in 2009 and his Masters in General Surgery from Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur in 2014. He is known for using the most advanced techniques for bariatric surgery in Jaipur. A leading general surgeon at the Nav Imperial Hospital, he specializes in the treatment of conditions such as gallstones, bariatric surgery, and hernias. He provides cancer surgery, liver disease treatment, laparoscopic sleeve removal, and hernia repair.

Specialisation of Dr Mahesh Jangid:-

• He is one of the best bariatric surgeons in Rajasthan.
• 20 +Years of Extensive Experience in delivering successful bariatric surgeries and treatment.
• 5000 + successful bariatric surgeries.
• Dr Mahesh Jangid has managed to retain 100% Patient satisfaction.

Services provided by Dr Mahesh Jangid

Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric or weight loss surgery for high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea (sleeping sickness), heart disease, Knee pain, and more.


A hernia is a bulge or swelling that occurs when the inside of the body pushes through a weak spot in the wall of muscle or tissue.

Gallbladder and stone surgery

The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ that stores bile, a fluid that aids in digestion. If it doesn't work as it should (or if the bile gets out of balance), hard deposits, also known as stones, begin to form.

Achalasia Cardia

Cardiac achalasia (cardiac spasm) is a chronic disease of the esophageal neuromuscular system, which is characterized by the impaired opening of the lower esophageal sphincter at the entrance of the stomach during swallowing.

Diagnostic laparoscopy

A laparoscope is a telescope designed for medical use. Connects to high-intensity lights and high-resolution monitors.

Acidity surgery

Acid reflux occurs when stomach acid backs up into the esophagus. This causes heartburn and other symptoms. Chronic or severe acid reflux is known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

What are the potential benefits of bariatric surgery?

Long-term improvement in type 2 diabetes:

One study reported that bariatric surgery resulted in long-term improvement in type 2 diabetes. The results of this study show that this method is very effective in obese patients with type 2 diabetes.

Improved cardiovascular health:

Weight loss surgery reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, and peripheral heart disease.

Reduction of depression:

Many obese people feel depressed due to poor body image and social stigma, it becomes difficult to participate in social activities and it leads to social isolation and depression.

Eliminating Obstructive Sleep Apnea:

By achieving and maintaining a normal weight range, people with sleep apnea can stop using CPAP machines at bedtime. Approximately 80-85% of patients experience recovery from sleep apnea one year after surgery.

Reduced joint pain:

The significant and sustained weight loss that occurs after bariatric surgery reduces stress on the joints and often allows people to stop using painkillers and enjoy more mobility.

Improves fertility:

Weight loss surgery can also improve fertility during childbearing years.

Relieve other medical conditions:

Weight loss surgery can also relieve metabolic syndrome, pregnancy complications, gallbladder disease, and more.

Procedure of Bariatric Surgery

If you are eligible for bariatric surgery, your healthcare team will explain how to prepare for certain types of surgery. You may need to undergo various tests and laboratory tests before surgery.
There may be restrictions on eating, drinking and consumption. You may be asked to start an exercise program and stop using tobacco.
Preparation for bariatric surgery includes imaging tests such as abdominal ultrasound and computed tomography (CT) to help the surgeon plan the surgery.
Structural abnormalities such as ulcers and polyps can affect the approach used by the surgeon.


You will perform surgery in an operating room, either in a hospital or in a surgery centre.

What to wear?

You can wear casual clothes to your surgery appointment. Use special surgical clothes during surgery.

Eating and drinking

You should avoid eating and drinking from midnight the day before the operation.


Your healthcare provider will give you specific instructions about the medication. If you take steroids or diabetes medications, you may be prescribed an adjusted prescription.
If followed these steps, you are good to go.

Cost of Bariatric Surgery in Jaipur

Bariatric surgery cost varies by state and city in India. The cost of the surgery depends on the hospital, the surgeon, and the type of bariatric surgery recommended by the surgeon based on the patient's BMI (body mass index) and health status.
The average cost of bariatric surgery in Jaipur is Rs 225,000 to Rs 700,000.
If you are looking for bariatric surgery at an affordable price, Nav Imperial Hospital is the right place for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about Bariatic Surgery

• Start with small movements.
• Increase your physical activity slowly.
• Avoid balance exercises.
According to the bariatric surgeon in Jaipur, In the months following bariatric surgery, you may notice that you lose more hair than usual Not all hairs fall out, but they may be more noticeable when brushing or washing. In most cases, this hair loss gradually subsides after a few months and the body begins to grow more hair.
Bariatric surgery is surgery that helps you lose weight by changing the way your stomach and small intestine process food. After surgery, your abdomen will be smaller. You will feel full with less food. The food you eat does not enter the part of your stomach or small intestine where food is absorbed.
After surgery, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), and naproxen (Aleve) should be avoided. NSAIDs increase the risk of peptic ulcers. Patients who have undergone gastric bypass surgery should refrain from taking these drugs indefinitely.