ORBERA Balloon – No surgery! A balloon is inserted into the stomach and filled with saline solution, so you feel full with less food. LAP-BAND® System – A gastric band restricts your food intake, controlling hunger and changing the way you eat.
Sleeve Gastrectomy – This procedure gives you a smaller stomach so you feel fuller, sooner.
Gastric Bypass – The stomach is bypassed altogether in this procedure. Food is restricted and rerouted.
Gastric Band (Lap Band) -This procedure places an implant around the top part of the stomach. This controls how much food can enter the stomach.
Overstitch - If you have regained significant weight after weight loss surgery, you may be a candidate for a new endoscopic procedure called Overstitch that offers lowered risk of infection, limited post-operative pain, no visible scars and faster recovery times.
Our Weight Loss Seminar is a great way to learn all about our program and surgeries. Please watch the video below for more information.
*Individual results vary from person to person. Your food intake, metabolism and level of physical activity, as well as genetics, play a role in your rate of weight loss, therefore weight-loss results vary from person to person. No individual results should be seen as typical or guaranteed. As with any surgical procedure, there are benefits and risks of weight-loss surgery. Individuals who undergo weight-loss surgery can lose 60 percent to 70 percent of their excess weight within the first 12 to 24 months. Surgical weight loss isn't for everyone. The risks of gastric bypass or any weight-loss surgery increase among men who are extremely obese and for patients older than age 55. Weight-loss surgery can include side effects such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, or potentially life-threatening complications like gallstones and bleeding stomach ulcers. Talk to your doctor about the options available to you for weight loss.