The team at McCarty Weight Loss Center has decided that the following is the best plan of action to help keep our staff and patients as safe as possible. These are temporary changes recommended by the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control to help encourage social distancing in response to COVID-19:

Effective Friday, March 20, 2020 --

Dr. McCarty and his team will be accepting phone consultations. In person consultations spots are limited - please contact our team at 1-866-2-MY-HEALTH for availability

Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday: 8AM - 4PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

For Business Related Inquiries please contact 469-547-6170.

Warmest Regards,

  McCarty Weight Loss Center

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What is Magnetic Surgery?

Magnetic Surgery® is an attractive alternative to consider. Laparoscopic weight loss surgery can now be performed even less invasively with the use of magnetic technology.  Talk to your doctor to see if Magnetic Surgery may be right for you.  Benefits include:

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How does Magnetic Surgery work?

With the Levita® Magnetic Surgical System, an external magnet placed on your skin controls a magnetic grasper inside your belly. This eliminates one abdominal incision, helps the surgeon see the surgical field, and ultimately facilitates safe, less invasive surgery with better cosmetic outcomes.

Learn more about Magnetic Surgery here 

For patient safety information, please visit magneticsurgery.com/patient-safety

The Levita Magnetic Surgical System is indicated to grasp and retract the body and fundus of the gallbladder in laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal) procedures, the liver in bariatric procedures, and the prostate and periprostatic (surrounding) tissue in prostatectomy procedures to facilitate access and visualization of the surgical site in patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 20-60 kg/m2.

As with any surgery, there are risks associated with Magnetic Surgery procedures, including infection, injury to tissue and/or the abdominal wall, or the need for extended or additional surgery. In clinical trials, the only risk experienced was mild bruising (petechiae). Magnetic Surgery procedures are contraindicated for patients with pacemakers, defibrillators, other electro medical implants and/or ferromagnetic implants. Consult your physician to discuss the risks and benefits to determine if Magnetic Surgery is right for you.