Our Orange County weight loss surgery program is designed to deliver the most advanced, state-of-the-art weight loss surgery (gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, bariatric revision surgery), and comprehensive, high-quality patient care (education, follow-up, support).
Our Orange County Weight Loss Surgery Program
Our program priorities are to maximize safety, achieve great weight loss results, and avoid complications.
Details of our Orange County weight loss surgery program are as follows:
- Premier Surgeon – Dr. Oliak is board certified, established in practice in Orange County since 2002, experienced (>2500 bariatric operations), and most importantly, has a record of great patient outcomes.*
- Excellent Surgery – Dr. Oliak performs state-of-the-art laparoscopic and robotic weight loss surgery with the goals of maximizing safety and achieving great patient outcomes.
- Top-Notch Surgical Team – Our anesthesiologist and 2 assistant surgeons have worked with Dr. Oliak for >12 years.
- Best/Safest Surgical Facilities – Our surgical facilities are MBSAQIP-accredited (Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program) bariatric surgery hospitals.
- Thorough Education – We prioritize thorough preoperative and postoperative education so patients are well prepared to achieve success.
- Frequent Follow-Up – We prioritize frequent follow-up during the first 6-12 months after surgery to help ensure maximal weight loss success.
- Ongoing Support – We offer regular support group meetings and ongoing long-term follow up to help ensure maximal success.
- Competitive Prices – We accept PPO insurance, and for non insurance patients, we offer competitive prices and attractive financing options.
- **Great Outcomes** – Our weight loss and complication statistics (>2500 weight loss operations since 2002) rank among the best in the weight loss surgery field.*
Other Weight Loss Surgery Programs
Not all weight loss surgery programs provide a high quality of service. Lower quality programs often have the following characteristics:
- Inferior surgeon – Less experienced, less skilled, or less proven surgeon.*
- Inferior surgery – Priority on speed of surgery and number of surgeries instead of quality of surgery.
- Inferior surgical facility – Outpatient surgery center, or non MBSAQIP-accredited hospital.
- Inferior anesthesiologist – Less experienced, or less skilled with bariatric operations.
- Inferior surgical assistant – No assistant surgeon, or surgical tech assistant, or inexperienced surgeon/PA assistant.
- Inferior patient care – Lack of focus on patient education, follow-up, and support.
- Inferior outcomes!