Welcome to Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina

At BSNC, Dr. Scott Bovard, Dr. Jon Bruce, Dr. Paul Enochs, Dr. Michael Tyner, Dr. David Pilati, and our bariatrician Dr. Kajal Zalavadia specialize in providing weight loss solutions. For those looking to find a healthier life, without excess weight and the associated conditions that accompany it, our team is prepared to help. From the several procedures we offer to our non-surgical Medical Weight Management Program, our practice offers the very best in safe, effective, long term solutions for regaining your health and becoming part of your life again.

Bariatric Specialists of NC is dedicated to educating the population about the dangers of obesity and equipping them with the surgical and non-surgical tools necessary to begin and continue along their weight loss journey.

Learn More About Weight Loss Procedure Options

The first step towards weight loss surgery is learning more about the disease of obesity, your candidacy for surgery, the surgery process, and the risks and benefits of each procedure. We invite you to view an online or in-person seminar to get the process started. Both the live and online are no cost, no commitment, and no obligation.

Insurance Coverage & Self-Pay Programs

Our office is well equipped to help you navigate insurance coverage of bariatric surgery. We are familiar with the requirements for different policies as well as the ins and outs of various insurance providers. We will happily help you to verify if you have a bariatric benefit in your policy prior to coming in to our office for your first appointment. For those without insurance coverage, with a bariatric exclusion in their policy, or who wish to pursue weight loss surgery without the constraints of their insurance company, we also offer competitive self-funded programs.

Specialized Techniques

The Bariatric Specialists of North Carolina surgeons use the most advanced laparoscopic surgical techniques including minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, single incision surgery, and robotic assisted laparoscopic surgery.

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