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oBand Offering Complimentary Finance Evaluation for LAP-BAND Procedure for September
Date:8/30/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

oBand is offering cost evaluation service to its clients without any charges. The multispecialty team at medical center helps its clients in obtaining medical clearance for the upcoming bariatric program.

One of the staff members at oBand stated, “We are offering finance evaluation to all of our customers without additional charges. The evaluation will let people have an idea of the upcoming expense and choose an insurance plan which best suits them. Bariatric surgery is more of an investment than surgery. But without a proper medical insurance, it can come down heavy on your pocket. The experts at oBand Centers not only counsel you on the LAP-BAND procedure, but they also give you an estimation of cost involved in the whole weight loss program.”

oBand Centers, specialist in treating sever obesity conditions, observe that LAP-BAND procedures without a medical claim can be daunting to even a well to do client. With an aim to change people's lives, oBand Centers in US is committed to provide the most effective LAP-BAND surgeries.

“Our able surgeons have performed thousands of procedures so far. oBand or outpatient adjustable, reversible gastric band is a bariatric surgery, programed for treating obesity and making people adopt a better and healthier life. In the United States the FDA approved gastric bands are the LAP-BAND and the REALIZE BAND. Under the LAP-BAND procedure, a silicon ring is fitted on stomach opening to limit food intake and stop craving for extra food,” added the staff member.

The surgery is done by making fine incision into the abdominal skin. A LAP-BAND is then fitted around upper stomach using specialized instruments. The entire surgery takes about 30-60 minutes and since there is no cutting involved, it takes little time in recovering. People from across the country have been getting

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