4, 6, & 12 Month Gastric Balloon UK Experts

Tired of waiting for weight loss to happen to you, and want to avoid the permanent alterations of bariatric surgery? Our gastric balloon clinics in London could help transform your life and help you make the necessary lifestyle changes for prolonged weight loss success. Gastric balloons have helped over half a million people across the world, and you could be next. Eligibility criteria applies, such as having a minimum BMI of 27.

Our London Gastric Balloon Clinics

Allure Weightloss have 10 clinics across England and Wales, three of which are located across London. These include Harley Street, Edgeware, and Orpington, each one selected for their expertise and fantastic facilities. With being one of the only CQC registered providers of gastric balloons in the country, dedication to patient care is at the top of our list of priorities.

Allurion Balloon & Orbera 365 Clinics in London


Spire Bushey Bariatric Surgery and Orbera 12 Month Gastric Balloon Clinic


Heathbourne Road, Bushey
WD23 1RD
12 Month Balloon Clinic

Allurion Balloon Clinic North London

North London

The Hive, Camrose Avenue,
London, HA8 6AG
Allurion Balloon Clinic

Outside view of Orpington Endoscopy LycaHealth Clinic's grey and green building.

South London

Enso House, 3 New Mill Road
Orpington BR5 3TW
Allurion & Orbera Clinic

Gastric Balloon Aftercare Programme

The Allure Weightloss Gastric Balloon Programme is completed by a completely unique Aftercare Programme, complete with Bariatric Nurse, HCPC registered Dietitian, and even the chance to book in a weight counsellor at an extra cost. As much as any part of the programme, it is essential you comply with the aftercare programme in order to make those essential lifestyle and habit changes that will help you to keep the weight off!


No NHS Waiting Lists, Only Preparation Time

Don’t wait for the experts, at Allure there are no NHS waiting lists, only time to prepare for your life changing procedure. Get in touch for your nearest gastric balloon clinic by calling 03455120094 or by filling in the enquiry form below.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a gastric balloon?
A gastric balloon is a non-surgical and short-term (temporary) weight loss device. A smooth, soft saline-filled balloon (about the size of an grapefruit) is placed in your stomach, allowing you to control your portion sizes by filling space in your stomach. By following professional health and wellness advice, you can adopt good healthy eating habits and change your lifestyle so you can lose weight quickly and keep it off long term.
Are gastric balloons safe?

Gastric balloons have been used in the management of obesity for over 20 years. Over this time they have evolved in shape, size, and design resulting in a modern, durable product, which is now well established as a safe weight loss procedure. Over 277,000 ORBERA® balloons have been placed worldwide.

How do gastric balloons help people lose weight?
Once in place, the gastric balloon is filled with saline to partially fill the stomach so that they may consume smaller portions of food. Most weight is lost in the first three months, but because the gastric balloon stays in for six months, you will learn the right amount of food to eat to maintain your new weight long term.
What are the possible side effects associated with the gastric balloon?
It is very likely that the presence of the balloon in the stomach will cause nausea or vomiting after placement. In some patients it may last one to two weeks. Your HCP may prescribe medication to help minimize these potential effects. Patients will need to immediately contact their physician for any severe or unusual symptoms.
What is body mass index (BMI)?
The most widely used measurement for obesity. The BMI approximates body mass using a mathematical ratio of weight and height [(weight in kg ÷ height in meters) or (weight in pounds ÷ height in inches x 703)]. A BMI of 30 or more is regarded by most health agencies as the threshold for obesity. A BMI of 40 or more generally qualifies as morbid obesity. However, note that BMI measurements in body-builders and athletes may not be accurate determinants of obesity because the BMI does not distinguish between muscle and fat.