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Are You Ready to Redefine Yourself? Obalon May Be the Solution

Obalon May Be the Solution

Are You Ready to Redefine Yourself? Obalon May Be the Solution

With the holidays over and the warmer weather rapidly approaching, you may be considering your options when it comes to weight loss and living a healthier lifestyle. Sometimes, though, diet and exercise simply aren’t enough to get you to where you want to be.

Thankfully, we’re here to help you with the Obalon Balloon System, a nonsurgical weight loss balloon solution.

What is Obalon?

Obalon is the first and only swallowable FDA-approved balloon system for weight loss. This unique technique is designed to assist patients with a body mass index (BMI) between 30 and 40 in jump-starting their long-term weight loss.

How Does It Work?

The Obalon Balloon System is simple, safe and easy. Here’s how it works:

  1. Three balloons encased in capsules are swallowed over the course of three months
  2. The balloons are expanded to take up space in the stomach so you become fuller faster, and therefore eat less
  3. The balloons remain in the stomach for six months, during which time you will receive professional counseling to help you lose and maintain your weight

The Benefits of the Obalon Balloon System

Don’t wait to lose weight. Get started with Obalon today!

Check out our gastric balloon page to learn more or contact us today to schedule a consultation with our specialists if you’re ready to start your weight-loss journey.

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