Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

Gastric sleeve in Mexico can be a great alternative to the expensive WLS in the US & Canada.

You can not only achieve significant weight loss but also save 75% plus!

See how Tammy became physically fit in a few months.

Before & After: Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

Tammy Smith from Nebraska, US, had a gastric sleeve in Mexico in August 2022.

She reduced her weight to 185 lbs from 262 lbs in October.

This is all she wanted – to be a healthy & confident woman!

Before & After: Gastric Sleeve in Mexico Tammy Smith from Nebraska, US, had a gastric sleeve in Mexico in August 2022.

She reduced her weight to 185 lbs from 262 lbs in October.

This is all she wanted – to be a healthy & confident woman!

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Cost of Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

Now, if you’re wondering how much a gastric sleeve costs in Mexico? Then, continue reading!

An average gastric sleeve in Mexico can cost you around $4,395.

While the same costs over $19,000 in the US or 17,500 in Canada.

Hence, you can end up saving ~ 75% or more in Mexico!

Below is a table comparing the gastric sleeve prices in different countries:

Gastric Sleeve Prices

Country Cost
US $19,000
Canada $17,500
Australia $20,000
Mexico $4,395

Mexico Prices of Gastric Sleeve

Procedure Cost
Mini Laparoscopic Sleeve $6,299
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty $7,695
Lapband to Gastric Sleeve^ $5495
^Including endoscopy
*Price may vary as per case needs.

The gastric sleeve price in Mexico is all-inclusive for some providers, meaning it covers your:

  • Doctor’s fees
  • Hospital & Hotel stay
  • Ground transportation to & from the hospital

Looking to preserve your hard-earned cash? Get in touch with us now and embark on the path towards more wholesome health.

Keep reading to know why Mexico is a popular location for medical tourists!

Reasons to Visit Mexico for Gastric Sleeve

Did you know?
Sleeve gastrectomy or gastric sleeve has been the most common operation in the US for many years but it is expensive.[1]UC Health
Success After a Second Gastric Sleeve Surgery
“Sleeve gastrectomy has been the most commonly performed operation during the last eight years in the U.S”
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Here’s why tourists consider it the most coveted location for medical tourism.

  • English speaking staff
  • Proximity to US & Canada
  • Low-cost medical facilities
  • Flexible & easy appointments
Why Is WLS Affordable in Mexico?

Why Choose Mexico for WLS?

We’ve compiled a list of the top bariatric surgeons currently practicing in Mexico. Take a look!

Best Bariatric Surgeons for Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

Our partner providers are reputed and known for their professionalism & excellent patient outcomes.

Dr. Hector Perez

Dr. Hector Perez


  • Trained at the University of Miami School of Medicine


  • 10+ years, > 5000 surgeries performed


  • Member of the IFSO, Mexican Association of General Surgery
  • Board-certified in Bariatric & General Surgery

You can watch Dr. Perez share valuable insights about his practice.

What Dr. Perez Has to Tell You About WLS iN Mexico?

Dr. Galileo Villareal

Dr. Galileo Villareal


  • Graduated from UANL, Mexico


  • 10+ years, > 2000 surgeries performed


  • Residency program in General Surgery & Basic Laparoscopy
  • Mexican College of SOARD, Mexican Association of Endoscopic Surgery

Here’s a video where Dr. Villareal elaborates on the process of weight loss.

What to Expect Before, During, & After the Surgery?

Dr. Guillermo Lopez

Dr. Guillermo Lopez


  • Graduated from UNAM, Diploma in bariatric surgery from the IFSO


  • 37+ years, > 5000 surgeries performed


  • International member – ASMBS, ACLS by the American Heart Association

Dr. Oscar Trevino

Dr. Oscar Trevino


  • Graduated from Monterrey University, Diploma in Advanced Laparoscopy


  • 14+ years


  • Mexican Association of Obesity Surgery and Metabolic Diseases

Dr. Luis Cazares

Dr. Luis Cazares


  • Graduated from University of Nuevo Leon, Mini-fellowship in gastric sleeve


  • 15+ years, > 3000 surgeries performed


  •  International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity

Click here to learn more about Dr. Cazares.

Dr. Cristobal Garza

Dr. Cristobal Garza


  • Graduated in General Medicine, Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico


  • 6+ years, > 10,000 surgeries performed


  • Member of the CMCOEM

Want to know what are the best weight loss options for you? Watch Dr. Garza explaining it all!

A Complete Guide to Weight Loss Surgery

Dr. Sergio

Dr. Sergio


  • MD, Health Sciences University Center (CUCS) of the University of Guadalajara.


  • 15+ years, > thousands surgeries performed


  • International Federation of Obesity and Metabolic Disease Surgery

To know more about Dr. Sergio’s accomplishments, read this blog.

Best Hospitals for Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

We at MTC hand-pick the best hospitals for you! The bariatric centers listed below are the finest in the country.

Here are the best places to get a gastric sleeve in Mexico:


Hospital Azura

Hospital Azura

Located in the heart of Cancun, Hospital Azura is one of Mexico’s best-known medical centers.


Av Sunyaxchen 59-6, 77509 Cancún, Q.R., Mexico

Business hours:

Open 24 hours


  • Board-certified surgeons
  • Founded in 1979 as Victoria Medical Center
  • On-site pharmacy
  • English speaking staff

Nuevo Laredo

Hospital de Especialidades

Hospital de Especialidades

It is where the first laparoscopic surgery was done in Tamaulipas.


Av Álvaro Obregón 3256, Jardín, 88260 Nuevo Laredo, Tamps., Mexico

Business hours:

Open 24 hours


  • Founded in 1990
  • Great international prestige
  • First clinic to have an intensive care room

Piedras Negras

Clinica de Especialistas

Clinica de Especialistas

It is a specialist clinic for bariatric surgery, plastic surgery, internal medicine & more.

Av. Emilio Carranza 1017, Burócrata, 26020 Piedras Negras, Coah., Mexico

Business hours:

Open 24 hours


Oasis of Hope

Oasis of Hope

Oasis of Hope lies close to the border i.e., 13.8 miles (32 min) away.


Paseo Playas de Tijuana #19 Seccion Terrazas, Tijuana, BC 22504

Business hours:

Mon – Sun, 8 AM – 5 PM


  • On-site hotel
  • Founded in 1963
  • Netflix in the patient’s room
  • 🆓 pick-up from San Diego International Airport
  • English speaking staff
  • Board-certified surgeons
  • 6,000+ surgeries performed
  • More than 100,000 patients worldwide

LIMARP Hospital

LIMARP Hospital in Tijuana

LIMARP is ~ 4.3 miles (15 min) south of the California border.


Blvd. Agua Caliente 4558-601, Aviación, Tijuana, MEX 22420.

Business hours:

Mon – Fri, 8 AM – 4 PM


  • Founded in 2002
  • Offer nutrition & physical activity plans
  • Accreditations: Mexican General Health Council, ACLS by AHA
  • Center of Excellence for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery seal from SRC
  • English speaking staff
  • Assistance with travel and transportation
  • Internationally recognized bariatric surgeons
  • A 30-minute drive from San Diego International Airport

LIMARP Accreditations

Blue Medical Tower

Blue Medical Tower

Our partner is situated close to the border at a distance of about 2.9 miles (12 min).


Vía Ote. 9750, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22010 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico

Business hours:

Mon – Fri, 8 AM – 5 PM


  • Bilingual staff
  • > 25 years of experience
  • Word class operation & 50 recovery rooms
  • > 100 safety protocols
  • Highly qualified surgeons
  • Performed > 5,000 bariatric surgeries

Obesity Goodbye Center

Obesity Goodbye Center

The clinic distance is merely 3.1 miles (14 min) from the border.


Av. Francisco I. Madero 2050, Centro, 22010 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico

Business hours:

Mon – Fri, 8 AM – 7 PM


  • Over 25 years in practice
  • Offer safe surgeries with positive results
  • Strictly follows hygiene protocols
  • Certified by: Mexican Council of General Surgery, Mexican College of Surgery for Obesity & Metabolic Diseases

Puerto Vallarta

CMQ Premier Hospital

CMQ Premier Hospital

The hospital is 5 min away from the beach and close to the hotel zone.

Address: Av. Francisco Villa 1749, Col. Villas Vallarta, 48300 Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Mexico

Business Hours:

Open 24 hours


  • Offers patient-centered care
  • Maintains the highest standards in clinical care since 2008
  • Certifications: ALS, ATLS, ACLS


Los Lagos Hospital

Los Lagos Hospital

Los Lagos is 56.6 miles beyond the border.

Address: Saltillo 155, Rodríguez, 88630 Reynosa, Tamps., Mexico

Business Hours:

Open 24 hours


  • Rooms equipped with electric beds, refrigerators
  • Free internet service & long-distance calls to the US and Canada

Regional del Rio Hospital

Regional del Rio Hospital

Address: Luis Echeverría SN, Col del Prado, 88560 Reynosa, Tamps., Mexico

Open 24 hours

23 years of experience

7 operating rooms with the highest technology + a laparoscopy room

Gastric Sleeve in Mexico Reviews

Catch a glimpse at these patients sharing their happiness of achieving a healthy & charismatic body.

Watch the intriguing video testimonials here!

Incredible Loss in a Few Months –  Blayne
MTC’s Service is Above Expectations – Kendell

Want to see some stunning transformations? See the gallery images here: 👇

Here are some of the many positive gastric sleeve reviews in Mexico from our happy patients:

My visit to Oasis was a good one. Everyone was polite and nice. The accommodations were great. All of the staff there made sure to check in with me regarding post-op issues. Much recommended!


The experience was smooth and worry-free. Dr. Galileo & his staff were friendly & fluent in English. I spent a lot of time looking for affordable solutions, & I’m so happy I chose Mexico.


From the phone call to the visit to the surgery, everything was superb! They are very professional and really care about you. The facility is super clean and better than any US hospital I have ever gone to.


The experience I had with Dr. Villarreal and his staff was incredible! They exceeded my expectations by far. The hospital medical rooms were so beautiful, clean, and peaceful. I highly recommend them!


All You Need to Know About Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

What Studies Have Shown?

Clinical trials have proven that gastric sleeve can resolve many obesity-related health problems like:

Type 2 diabetes, HTN, fatty liver disease, high cholesterol, migraine, joint pain, low testosterone & more.[2]
“Large clinical trials and studies have proven gastric sleeve surgery lead to resolution…Type 2 diabetes, Hypertension Fatty liver disease High cholesterol Sleep apnea…”
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Before getting this bariatric surgery in Mexico, you will need to gather a lot of information.

But you can sit back and continue reading, as we have already done that for you!

Let’s first begin by checking if you are a candidate for gastric sleeve in Mexico or not.


Who Should Have a Gastric Sleeve?

In general, the surgery is recommended for individuals whose BMI is over 40.

Your doctor may also recommend the procedure if your BMI is 35-40 and you have weight-related health issues like:[3]Johns Hopkins
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
“Your doctor may also advise it if you have a BMI between 35 and 40 and a health condition such as sleep apnea, high blood pressure, heart disease, or type 2 diabetes.”
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  • Sleep apnea
  • Heart disease
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • High blood pressure

Our doctors also perform the surgery in patients with a minimum BMI of 30 who suffer from obesity-related comorbidites.


Procedure for Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

You will arrive at the clinic 1-2 days prior to your scheduled surgery.

Gastric sleeve surgery is considered minimally invasive. It is because the surgeon accesses your stomach through small incisions.

Gastric Sleeve Procedure

Here’s what you can anticipate during the procedure:

Consultation: 👨‍⚕️

  • This may be done in person or remotely by your doctor.
  • Your surgeon will ask about your medical history & let you know basic procedure details. To make it easy, you can fill a medical questionnaire.
  • A nutrionist & a psycologist is appointed for you to discuss your lifestyle changes.

Anesthesia: 💉

  • You will be first administered general anesthesia at the beginning of the surgery.

Surgery: 🏥

  • A large portion of your stomach (nearly 75%) will be removed in the next step.
  • This has a limiting effect on your food consumption.
  • Over time, as you consume less food, you gradually lose weight.
Sleeve Gastrectomy (Gastric Sleeve)
“The Gastric Sleeve Surgery (or Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy) is a bariatric procedure that removes 75-80% of the stomach…”
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Usually, very fine incisions are made using minimally invasive tools. The procedure is then called laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG).

Procedure Length: Most sleeve surgeries are completed within 1.5 hours.

Most gastric sleeve patients end up losing 50-90 pounds.[5]Johns Hopkins
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
“Gastric sleeve surgery restricts your food intake, which leads to weight loss. You may lose from 50 to 90 pounds.”
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Post-Surgery Aftercare Tips

  • After being discharged from the hospital, you will be restricted to a liquid diet for 1-2 weeks.
  • You may then begin eating pureed foods before switching to soft foods and then regular foods.
  • Your doctor will also provide you with specific instructions regarding what you can and cannot eat.
  • They will also provide you with guidelines like eating slowly and keeping your meals small.

You may be advised to supplement certain vitamins and minerals like:

  • Iron
  • Calcium
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin B-12
  • Regular blood tests can help you determine whether you’re getting enough of these vital nutrients.
  • You should understand that the long-term success of gastric sleeve surgery depends largely on lifestyle choices.
  • To keep the weight off, you’ll have to stick to a healthy diet and regular exercise routine.
Source: Medical News Today[6]Medical News Today
What to know about gastric sleeve surgery
“Usually, people follow a liquid diet for 1–2 weeks…People may also need to have regular blood tests to check their iron, blood glucose, calcium, and vitamin D levels.”
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Let’s now give you a brief idea about other related gastric sleeve procedures.

Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty or ESG

ESG is a newer technique done using an endoscope.

It is potentially reversible & has minimal risks as compared to open or laparoscopic surgery.[7]Hopkins Medicine
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty
“Because the procedure is minimally invasive, there is less risk of complications…”
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Watch the video here for more information: 👉

Dr. Perez Explains Everything About ESG

Gastric Sleeve Revision

In case a gastric sleeve fails (rarely), surgeons may suggest revision.[8]UC Health
Success After a Second Gastric Sleeve Surgery
“For weight regain, if a patient has a sleeve that has stretched and they had good weight loss with the first sleeve, a “re-sleeve” is a great option.”
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The purpose of the secondary surgery is to reduce stomach size further & ensure restrictive weight loss.

Other revision surgery alternatives include switching sleeve gastrectomy to a gastric bypass or a duodenal switch.

Travel Guide to Mexico From the US

Mexico has become one of the top destinations for foreign patients.

Many of the top Mexican bariatric centers are situated near the border.

Moreover, reaching Mexico and accessing those facilities is easy, convenient, and affordable.

Let’s check out the top bariatric locations in Mexico for gastric sleeve – Cancun, Tijuana, Nuevo Laredo, Piedras Negras, Puerto Vallarta, and Reynosa.



Cancun is famous for its

  • vibrant nightlife,
  • beautiful beaches,
  • clear turquoise waters, etc.

The most convenient way to reach Cancun is via flight from the US or Canada!

Let’s have a look at the flight durations below:

US Cities Duration
Miami (MIA) 2 hours
Chicago (ORD) 4 hours
New York (JFK) 4.2 hours
San Francisco (SFO) 5.5 hours
Canada Cities Duration
Toronto (YYZ) 4.5 hours
Quebec (YQB) 5 hours
Montreal (YUL) 5.2 hours
Calgary (YYC) 5.5 hours



Tijuana is known for its

  • Playas de Tijuana
  • Tijuana Cultural Center
  • Abraham Lincoln Monument

If coming from a distant city, you can opt for a flight to San Diego International Airport. From there, Tijuana is only 20 mins drive.

Located only about 20 miles from San Diego, CA, here’s how you can reach Tijuana:

Driving to Tijuana is easy and convenient!

City Duration
San Diego ~ 20 mins
Los Angeles ~ 2 hr 50 min
Las Vegas ~ 5h 20m

Thinking about flying to Tijuana, here are some flight details:

City Duration
Denver (DEN) 2 hours
Dallas (DFW) 3 hours
New York (JFK) 6.2 hours

Nuevo Laredo

Nuevo Laredo

Nuevo Laredo is a Mexican border city known for:

  • Lake – El Laguito
  • Natural history museum
  • Parque Viveros forest park

The most convenient way to reach Nuevo Laredo is by road.

As it is only 5 miles from the bordering city of Laredo, TX, USA.

Let’s have a look at the drive durations below:

City Duration
Laredo, TX 15 mins
San Antonio 2.5 hours
Austin 4 hours

Piedras Negras

Piedras Negras

Piedras Negras is a Mexican border city known for:

  • Macro plaza
  • Culture house
  • Hunting and fishing club

The most convenient way to reach Piedras Negras is by road.

As it is only 3.6 miles from the bordering city Laredo, TX, USA.

Let’s have a look at the drive durations below:

City Duration
San Antonio 2.5 hours
Austin 3.7 hours
Houston 5.2 hours



Reynosa is another Mexican border city famous for its

  • Church bell tower
  • Reynosa cultural center
  • Temple of our lady of Guadalupe

The most convenient way to reach Reynosa is by road.

As it is only 8 miles from the bordering city Hidalgo, TX, USA.

Let’s have a look at the flight durations below:

City Duration
Hidalgo 20 mins
McAllen 35 mins
San Juan 40 mins

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta
It is a world-class beach destination & has a modern international airport. Some of the classic attractions & things to do here are:
  • Beaches: Twin Beaches, Playa de los Muertos
  • Historical monuments: Temple of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Shopping malls: Plaza Marina, Plaza Peninsula, Plaza Pitillal

If you are all set to travel to Mexico, then don’t forget to get your important documents.

Essential Documents

The following are the must-carry documents when traveling to Mexico:[9]
“A valid passport book is required to enter Mexico…visitors should confirm the specific length of authorized stay written on the entry permit (FMM).”
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Passport: You would require a valid passport to enter the country.

Visa: US citizens are allowed to stay in Mexico for 180 days without a visa.

IDs & FMM Card

  • You will need valid proof of your automobile registration (if traveling by road).
  • The FMM, issued by INM, is a must for US citizens traveling > 20 km and staying over 72 hours in Mexico.

📌 Note: Mexican authorities may confiscate your vehicle if you enter Mexico with an expired U.S. registration.

Traveling to Mexico for the first time? We will share some practical information you need to know before your trip.

Is Gastric Sleeve in Mexico Safe?

Gastric sleeve in Mexico is safe as long as you choose a reputed clinic.

Additionally, the complication rate for this procedure is < 1% as per the reports from ASMBS.[10]
Studies Weigh in on Safety and Effectiveness…
“Nearly 16,000 of the procedures were sleeve gastrectomies, which had a 30-day serious complication rate of less than one percent (0.96%)…”
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Our partner hospitals in Mexico are:

  • well-established,
  • nationally accredited, and
  • equipped with the latest technology

In addition, our partner surgeons:

  • are board-certified,
  • have 20+ years of experience
  • have performed ~ 5000+ surgeries

What Do You Need To Know About Mexico As a Tourist?

Here are a few important things you must know about Mexico: 🇲🇽

Currency: 💵
The Mexican peso (MX$) is the official currency. However, US Dollar is widely accepted in most parts of the country.[11]
Foreign travel advice Mexico
“The local currency is the Mexican Nuevo Peso, known colloquially as ‘Peso.”
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Also, buying pesos from your US bank is economical.
Climate: 🌤
The climate is tropical & it ranges from 50°F – 90°F. However, the dry season from December to April has no rain, so it is the best time to visit Mexico.[12]Live and Invest Overseas
Climate In Mexico
“The temperature in all areas of Mexico typically ranges between 50°F and 90°F throughout the year…”
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Language: 🗣️
Spanish is the official language, although English is also spoken widely.[13]World Travel Guide
Mexico History…
“Spanish is the official language (spoken by more than 90%). English is widely spoken.”
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You can learn basic Spanish phrases: hola: hello, por favor: please, gracias: thank you.

Safety: Mexico is a safe country, but there are areas that can be dangerous due to drug-related crime.[14]World Nomads
Drug Violence in Mexico
“Most visitors have a great time in Mexico despite news reports about drugs and drug-related violence.”
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Moreover, our surgeons practice at safe locations.

Transport: Buses (long-distance buses aka camiones) are the most efficient form of public transport.[15]Rough Guides
Getting around Mexico…
“ Within Mexico, buses (long-distance buses are called camiones rather than autobuses in Mexican Spanish) are by far the most common and efficient…”
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However, Uber, taxi, or metro (~ $0.25) are other best options as they are clean, quick & fairly cheap.[16]travel.usnews
Mexico City Travel Guide
“The best way to get around Mexico City is via Uber or a taxi. The metro is another option. Not only is it fairly clean and quick, but you can ride for approximately $0.25.”
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Water: Well, tap water might not be safe for drinking in Mexico, so drink filtered or bottled water.[17]Travel Mexico Solo
Can You Drink the Water in Mexico? (2023 Updates)
“Mexico tap water isn’t safe for human consumption: not for locals and not for visitors.”
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Cuisines: You can grab a bite of these mouth-watering Mexican dishes: chilaquiles, enchiladas, tacos, burritos, ceviche & more.

Mexican Tacos
Mexican Burrito
Mexican Ceviche

The next thought that arises is, where can I find an affordable and cozy lodging option?

To make it easy for you, we have curated a list of hotels situated close to the hospitals.

Recommended Hotels in Tijuana

Check out these hotels in Mexico before you make a check-in.

Grand Hotel Tijuana

Grand Hotel, Tijuana

Hotel Marival PV

Hotel Marival, Puerto Vallarta

Hotel Maria de Lourdes Cancún

Hotel Maria de Lourdes, Cancun

City Express Nuevo Laredo

City Express, Nuevo Laredo

Hotel Astromundo Reynosa

Hotel Astromundo, Reynosa

Autel Rio Inn

Autel Rio Inn, Piedras Negras

Duration of Stay:

Usually, you have 2 days/nights in a hospital and 1 in a hotel. But, it may vary depending on the case & facility you choose.

How Does MTC Ease Your Medical Tourism Trip?

We are happy to help you prepare for a safe, affordable, and successful gastric sleeve abroad.

Below are some reasons why so many patients around the world choose us:

  • Patient safety is our first priority
  • Little to no wait time for consultations
  • Convenient locations and travel assistance
  • Package deals that bundle all major expenses
  • Partnerships with world-class clinics and certified physicians
  • Our partners offer free pick up/drop off for a relaxing commute

Note: All transportation and accommodation details will be organized in advance. Gastric Sleeve in Mexico

MTC: Making Lives of Medical Tourists Easy


How much does the gastric sleeve cost in Mexico?

The gastric sleeve surgery cost in Mexico is around $4,395. While in the US, the same costs you about $20,000.

Hence, you can end up saving over 70% on a gastric sleeve in Mexico.

Why is gastric sleeve surgery cheaper in Mexico?

Gastric sleeve surgery is cheaper in Mexico because Mexico has a much lower cost of living than the US.[18]Expatistan
Cost of living in United States compared to Mexico
“Cost of living in United States is 101% more expensive than in Mexico.”
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It costs less for Mexican doctors to open and maintain a private clinical practice.

Moreover, Mexico’s president has declared the remake of a more inclusive & cheaper healthcare system.[19]International Living
Healthcare in Mexico
“Mexico’s president has declared that he intends to improve and remake the healthcare system to be more inclusive…”
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A growing number of US patients are going to Mexico for their gastric sleeve surgeries.

This is primarily motivated by financial considerations, as gastric sleeve surgery in Mexico is ~ 70% cheaper than in the US.

So, don’t wait for another second to get transformed with us now!

MTC is there to assist you with all of your medical tourism needs.

Contact us today to begin your weight loss journey in Mexico.


1. UC Health: Success After a Second Gastric Sleeve Surgery
2. Bariatric Surgery Gastric Sleeve
3. Johns Hopkins: Gastric Sleeve Surgery
4. Medical News Today: What to know about gastric sleeve surgery
5. Hopkins Medicine: Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty
6. UC Health: Success After a Second Gastric Sleeve Surgery
7. Mexico
8. Foreign travel advice Mexico
9. Live and Invest Overseas: Climate In Mexico
10. World Travel Guide: Mexico History…
11. World Nomads: Drug Violence in Mexico
12. Rough Guides: Getting around Mexico…
13. travel.usnews: Mexico City Travel Guide
14. Travel Mexico Solo: Can You Drink the Water in Mexico? (2023 Updates)
15. Studies Weigh in on Safety and Effectiveness…
16. Expatistan: Cost of living in United States compared to Mexico
17. International Living: Healthcare in Mexico