Results in Reach
How Much Does the Gastric Balloon Cost?
If you’re considering a weight loss balloon, it’s important to understand what the ReShapeⓇ weight loss balloon costs include, how ReShape is different from other programs you may have tried in the past, and what financing options are available that can make reaching your healthy weight goals more attainable than ever.
“Choosing ReShape was the best decision I’ve ever made. It’s an investment, but the rewards—feeling great, getting healthy, having energy and looking forward to what’s ahead—there’s nothing more precious in the world.”
How Much Have You Spent on Weight Loss Programs?
Each year, Americans spend billions of dollars on diet programs, gym memberships, weight loss supplements, food delivery services, and other products and services that claim to support weight loss. And despite all those dollars being spent, obesity continues to rise across the nation. Are you tired of wasting money, time, and energy on diet programs that only produce the same disappointing results? Are you ready to make a life-changing commitment to losing weight and getting healthy? Then you’re ready to ReShape your story with our intragastric balloon weight loss program.
“To me, ReShape was the best money I’ve ever spent. It changed my life.”
The Cost of a Weight Loss Balloon Is More Affordable Than You Think.
Unlike traditional diet programs that you pay into each month, the ReShape weight loss procedure is a one-time cost that includes gastric balloon insertion, gastric balloon removal, and 12 months of coaching, education, and weight loss support. The ReShape balloon costs will vary by region. On average, the ReShape weight loss balloon procedure costs $8,000 or only $22 a day‡ for a full year weight loss program. ReShape balloon financing options are also available in most practices!
“It was my time to invest in myself and my future.”
What Are You Spending $20 on Today?
Think about your expenses today. If you are like most Americans, you are spending $20 or more every day on weight loss, food, and other expenses associated with being overweight. As you think about your future and your priorities, consider your current expenses: are these expenses moving you closer toward your weight loss goals, or farther away?
The average American family spends $1,700 on clothes annually; more for those who fluctuate 10-20 lbs. a year.1
The average gym membership costs between $40 and $50 a month, but when you add the initiation fee, you're looking at as much as $800 a year.2
The average American worker spends more than $20 a week on coffee,3 approximately $457 yearly on alcohol,4 and $850 per year on soda.5
It's estimated that Americans spend $36 on average per person for dinner out.6
Most healthy food delivery services cost approximately $9.99 per meal. That's $20 for only lunch and dinner.7
Weight Loss Is so Worth It!
Losing weight has been linked to a multitude of benefits, including improved health,8 improved quality of life,9,10 reduced risk of serious illnesses,8 and improved psychological health.8,10 Knowing the benefits of weight loss, it’s no wonder that thousands of people have seen how the value in the ReShape intragastric balloon procedure goes beyond the numbers on the scale. The cost of the weight loss balloon procedure includes a complete program designed to help you lose weight and keep it off for good. If you are considering a gastric balloon procedure, talk to a ReShape specialist about options to make the procedure affordable for you.
Your ReShape specialist can help you:
- Understand financing options that bring the weight loss balloon cost down to a reasonable monthly payment
- Learn more about utilizing your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Help you talk to your family about your weight loss goals so they understand everything that’s included in the weight loss balloon costs
Life-changing Weight Loss in Just 6 Months
ReShape offers you more than just the only dual weight loss balloon proven to help patients lose up to 81 pounds in six months.11 In addition to the non-surgical, dual weight loss gastric balloon, our yearlong program also provides you with the skills, education, and support you’ll need to sustain a healthy lifestyle and keep the weight off for good!
The ReShape Gastric Balloon Weight Loss Program includes:
ReShape Dual Balloon
- No surgery, no scars
- Not a permanent implant
- Completed in about 20 minutes
Medically Supervised Team
- 12 months of support
- Monthly 1:1 visits
- Customized nutrition and exercise plans
- Mindful eating skills
- Meal planning
- Healthy eating skills
Online Portal and App
- Food and exercise journaling
- Weight loss, activity, and patient data tracking
- Wireless scale syncing
Support and Weight Loss Maintenance
- Healthy habit reinforcement
- Accountability and empowerment
“I am a better physician, wife, and mom thanks to the investment I made in myself.”
†Limited-time rebate. Procedure must be scheduled by June 29, 2018. Terms and conditions apply.
‡ Pricing will vary based on the ReShape practice in your area.
*Results and patient experience may vary.
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