Outpatient Surgical Procedures
A wide range of outpatient surgical procedures can be performed at the Bayonet Point Surgery and Endoscopy Center. We offer the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment for a variety of specialties including Gynecology, Cosmetic Surgery, Pediatrics, and many more. We have provided a detailed list of some of our services below. Just click on a group section to expand and see a full list of procedures available.
Residents of Hudson, Florida and the surrounding communities of Port Richey, Hernando Beach, Spring Hill, Shady Hills and Tarpon Springs can all expect to receive the highest level of quality care while still remaining affordable.
- Breast Care Procedures:
- Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
- Ultrasound Guided Vacuum Assisted Breast Biopsy
- Needle Localization Breast Biopsy
- Partial Mastectomy
- Hernia Repair
- Infusaport placement
- Gall Bladder Surgery
- Partial and Parathyroidectomy
- Pacemaker Battery Replacement
- Temporal Artery Biopsy
- Blepharoplasty/Eyelid surgery
- Cataract Extraction
- Specialty Lenses
- Yag Laser
- ACL Grafts
- Ankle and Foot Conditions
- Carpal Tunnel Release
- Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
- Fracture Care
- Knee Arthroscopy
- Rotator Cuff Repair
- Shoulder Arthroscopy
- Trigger Fingers
- Wrist and Hand Conditions
- Myringotomy Tubes
- Spinal Cord Stimulator
- Pain Pump
- Plantar Fasciotomy
- Nail Removal
- Wound Debridement/Grafting
- Bladder Tumors
- Prostate procedures
- Brachytherapy Seed Implants
- Stent Placement/Removal
- Kidney Stone Removal/Destruction
- Laser Lithotripsy
- Incontinence Procedures
- EGD (i.e. esophagogastroduedenoscopy)
- Clo Test (detects the presence of bacteria that may cause ulcers)
- Esophageal Dilations
- Internal Hemorrhoid Treatment
- Biopsies and Polyp Removal
- Feeding Tube Placement
Bayonet Point Surgery and Endoscopy Center offers three minimally invasive endoscopic weight loss (bariatric) procedures. These include: Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG) or Accordion Procedure, ESG After Gastric Sleeve Surgery and Endoscopic Revision after Gastric Bypass for patients that have previously undergone Gastric Bypass surgery.
For more information visit: www.bariatricendoscopytampabay.com
These are non-surgical procedures so there is no scarring, less risk of complications, less pain and faster recovery. There is less time off needed from work and faster return to normal activities. Since the procedures are performed at our Center as opposed to a hospital, they are more economical.
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG)
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty involves passing a lighted instrument (a gastroscope) into the stomach. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia for maximum comfort and safety. Using this instrument, a series of stiches is placed in the stomach that reduces the size of the stomach, creating a “sleeve” and thereby reduces the amount of food the patient can eat at one time and increases the sensation of fullness after eating. This should result in weight loss. This procedure is comparable to gastric sleeve surgery but has several advantages. There are no abdominal scars and no portion of the stomach is removed. Therefore, the procedure is potentially reversible.
ESG after Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty after Gastric Sleeve Surgery is also known as Endoscopic Revision after Gastric Sleeve Surgery. This procedure helps patients who have had a prior Gastric Sleeve Surgery who find that after initial significant weight loss they are now regaining weight. Gastric Sleeve Surgery works by removing a portion of the stomach and creating a narrow sleeve which limits the amount of food a patient can eat. Over time, the stomach can stretch and patients can eat more food and find they are starting to regain weight. Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty is a way to address this problem. This involves passing a lighted instrument (a gastroscope) into the stomach. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia for maximum safety and comfort. Using the instrument, stitches are placed in order to make the stomach smaller. This procedure helps limit the amount that can be eaten and increases the sensation of fullness after eating. This should result in renewed weight loss.
Endoscopic Revision after Gastric Bypass
Endoscopic Revision after Gastric Bypass is a procedure for patients who have had a prior Gastric Bypass surgery and find that after initial significant weight loss they have regained weight. Gastric Bypass works by creating a small stomach pouch and a small opening (or outlet) between the stomach pouch and the small intestine. This small pouch and small opening helps patients limit the amount of food they can eat and contributes to a sensation of fullness after eating. Over time, the stomach pouch can stretch or the opening between the stomach pouch and the small intestine can stretch. As a result, patients can eat more food before feeling full and start to regain weight. Endoscopic Revision is a way to address this problem. This involves passing a lighted instrument (a gastroscope) to the area where the stomach pouch joins the small intestine. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia for maximum safety and comfort. Using the instrument, stitches are placed to reduce the size of the opening between the stomach pouch and the small intestine. Stitches can also be placed to reduce the size of the gastric pouch. This procedure should help to limit the amount that can be eaten and increase the sensation of fullness after eating. This should result in renewed weight loss.