Bariatric Surgery (Weight Loss Surgery) in Benton, AR
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Bariatric Surgeons in Benton, AR
Arkansas is now ranked 3rd in the country with a obesity rate of 34.5%! Our Weight Loss Surgical program in Benton can help you lose weight and stop being an Obesity statistic.
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First Steps to Weight Loss Surgery - >Pre-Qualification
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Gastric Sleeve Surgery in Benton Ar
Many surgeons prefer Gastric Sleeve over Gastric Bypass and Lap Band surgery. Gastric Sleeve is one of the newer types of bariatric surgery and is very successful.
Cost of Gastric Bypass in Arkansas
Many surgical clinics offer competitive prices and if the patient has insurance, and he or she is medically eligible for the surgery (by the insurance), than most likely the procedure will not cost anything to the patient. The cost of gastric bypass surgery in Benton, AR depends on several factors such as the facility chosen to perform the procedure and the geographical location in which the patient and the facility reside.
Lap Band Surgery Cost
It is extremely important to question the costs of the procedure from beginning to end. The main costs to keep in mind and consider are any pre-operative tests, hospital charges, surgeon fees, and associated surgery fees. Additional costs can include nutritional counseling, follow-up care, psychological support and any follow-up medical appointments.
Non Surgical Weight Loss Options
If you are under a 35 BMI, you may be able to qualify for the non surgical Gastric Balloon called the Orbera Balloon. This option is for people that do not qualify for traditional bariatric surgery and are still too heavy for liposuction.
What is the usual length of time from seminar to surgery?
This depends greatly on your insurance requirements. On average it may be for 3 to 6 months to complete the pre-operative tests and schedule the surgery date.