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Hello all,

I am going to be banded on 3/3/06! :clap2: I am now trying to arrange a fill doctor for after care that will treat people that had surgery in Mexico! If anyone has any info that they will share, that would be awesome! I am so excited and ready to start my new life!

Thanks,

IslandMom

(Kristi):help:

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Dr Fred Maese, Board Certified Cardiologist, Complete Bariatrics of Dallas

6170 Sherry Lane, Suite 200,

Preston Cardiology & Wellness Center,

Dallas, TX 75225

214-234-0330

$200.00

Dr Walter Dobson, Board Certified General Surgeon

647 S. Great Southwest Pkwy.,

Grand Prairie, Texas 75051

972-660-3188 or 817-992-5656

janadob@swbell.net

$150 per fill. $250 with fluro.

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:) Dr. Veninga

North Texas Bariatric & General Surgery

(972) 939-8218

4333 N. Josey Lane

PlazaII, Suite 205

Carrollton, TX 75010

I was banded in Mexico 4/15/05 and he has done 2 fills for me. I have been very pleased and haven't had to have an adjustment for the last 6 mths.

Hope goes well with your surgery!

58lbs lost

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Dr. Jayaseelan is who I would recommend after researching. He was named in D Magazines top docs in Dallas. He has had a very successful general surgery practice at Medical City in Dallas for years.

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Surgery Center of Richardson... nice facility for fills under flouroscopy.

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