Weigh Less. Live More.
At Saline Health System, we believe in living more. Whether it's riding your first roller coaster, buying that outfit you've always wanted or simply feeling better, we want to help you achieve your weight loss goals. That's why we have created a weight loss program that's all about you. With our expert weight loss physicians and dedicated bariatric coordinator and dietician, you can count on us to help you every step of the way on your weight loss journey. Plus, our weight loss program is one of the only nationally accredited bariatric surgery centers in Arkansas. That means more insurance companies will cover bariatric surgery at Saline than at non-accredited weight loss facilities.
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Benton, Arkansas 72015
Weight Loss Procedures
Want to lose 20 to 50 pounds? The Orbera Balloon could be right for you. In this 15-minute procedure, a balloon is inserted into the stomach and filled with saline solution. That’s it! Patients feel fuller with less food, which helps control portion sizes for proven weight loss.
The Lap Band is usually considered for patients with a body mass index (BMI) above 30 with one or more obesity related issue such has diabetes, sleep apnea or high blood pressure. The gastric band is a simple yet advanced bariatric surgery that helps you gradually lose and control your weight by controlling your hunger, allowing you to control your food intake and supporting long term, sustainable weight loss.
Patients with a body mass index (BMI) above 35 might consider the gastric sleeve. This bariatric surgery (also known as sleeve gastrectomy, or simply ‘the sleeve’) decreases the size of the stomach, limiting the amount of food that can be eaten at one time.
If you have regained significant weight years 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.
The gastric bypass is considered for patients looking to lose 90 pounds or more. This weight loss procedure creates a new pathway for food digestion, helping patients lose initial weight quicker.