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Obalon Weight Loss System
New non-surgical balloon now available in a swallowable capsule that does not require deep sedition for placement. The Obalon technology is now available in Chicago with New Hope Surgical.
Questions About The Obalon Weightloss System?
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WHAT IS THE OBALON?

The Obalon is a weight loss system that is fully reversible, non-surgical option. It is administered without the need of deep sedation with a swallowable capsule. This capsule contains a deflated balloon which is inflated in your stomach after it is swallowed. Up to three balloons can be placed over a 6 month period to continue the weight loss journey. This system works by occupying space in your stomach. This limits the volume of food you can eat at any one time.

QUICK FACTS
  • Non-Surgical
  • Reversible
  • FDA Approved
  • No scarring
  • May be placed without the need of deep sedation
  • Restrictive Procedure
Schedule an appointment with Chicago award winning bariatric surgeons to see if the Obalon weight loss system is right for you.
SUCCESS TIP: A monthly follow-up is an essential part of your successful long-term weight loss.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • How do I know if I am a candidate for the Obalon system?


    The Obalon system is designed for individuals who would like to lose weight and have a BMI between 30-40. It is best to schedule an appointment and talk to a doctor to see if it is right for you.

  • How long do the Obalon balloon stay in my stomach?


    The Obalon therapy lasts for a 6-month duration. After the 6 months, the balloons are deflated and removed. This however can change based on your physicians recommendation.

  • How many balloons will be placed?


    A total of three (3) balloons will be placed as part of the therapy.

  • Will I be awake during the balloon placement?

    The Obalon can be placed without the need of deep sedation. When the balloons are taken out, conscious sedation may be used. This can vary depending on the physician’s decision.

  • What are the side effects of the Obalon system?


    During initial placement, you may experience vomiting, bloating, diarrhea, cramps and pain. If you experience any side effects, contact your doctor immediately.

  • Is the Obalon system covered by insurance?


    At this time, the Obalon weight loss system is not covered by insurance.

  • Will this procedure limit my activity?


    Patients typically resume to normal activities shortly after the procedure. Please visit Obalon for further safety information at www.obalon.com .
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