The cost of Gastric Sleeve Surgery in Las Vegas is
|Pre-op Consultation||Surgeon’s Fee|
|Anesthesia Charges||Facility Charges|
|Translation Services||Pre-op Drink|
|IV Therapy||Support Group|
The cash-pay price for gastric sleeve does not include:
*Mandatory before arrival; **For out-of-town clients
Some reasons are:
Watch the WLS surgeon in Las Vegas discuss vertical sleeve gastrectomy:
Our nutritionist will contact you regarding your pre-op diet.
Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Pre-op tests with the surgeon
|Chest x-ray||Medical evaluations|
|Nutritionist assessment||Psychiatric analysis|
Nutrition Class: At noon
Day 3: Surgery
Day 6: Post-op tests with the surgeon and departure
The bariatric surgery center has been a magnet for weight loss surgery clients from all over the world.
Below are some of the features of the hospital:
The staff administers intravenous fluids in the advanced IV therapy room, which has:
The lab has the following facilities:
The surgical weight loss center provides dedicated nutrition support.
It offers a local meal plan service.
The bariatric center offers the following:
Take a virtual tour of our weight loss center in Las Vegas:
The best months to visit Las Vegas are:
March-May: 69° F (21° C) to 88° F (31° C)
September-November: 95° F (35° C) to 67° F (19° C)
Freemont Street is a five-block, pedestrian-only area. It is a visual spectacle for the visitors. Every night a musical show takes place in the outdoors.
The bariatric center is close to ten miles from the street.
Las Vegas Strip is a 2.5 mile-long area of the Boulevard. It has some fantastic fine dining restaurants and entertainment areas.
Visitors can take a walk along the strip and enjoy the nightlife of Las Vegas.
The center is nearly nine miles from the strip.
Caesar’s Palace is a massive complex on the LV Strip. It has plenty of entertainment options.
The Colosseum is a concert venue within the palace itself. The visitors can watch some fantastic musical performances and shows.
The Caesar’s Palace is less than ten miles from the center.
Gastric bypass, also known as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery (RYGB), involves creating a small pouch out of the stomach.
The newly created pouch can hold approximately one ounce (oz) of food. The restriction in the amount of food the patient can have induces weight loss.
SIPS is also known as Single-Anastomosis Duodenal Switch. It is a modification of the traditional duodenal switch operation. The procedure includes:
Gastric balloon is a non-surgical way of losing weight. The procedure involves leaving an inflated silicon balloon in the stomach. The surgeon removes the balloon six months later.