Our all-inclusive Mexico bariatric surgery program helps people get access to gastric bypass (RYGB), gastric balloon, and gastric sleeve (VSG) in Tijuana, Cancun and other places south of the US border at discounted prices.
The average cost of weight loss surgery in Mexico is about 70% lower than in the US, even after adding the traveling expenses.
All-inclusive self-pay bariatric surgery costs in Mexico begin from US$3,995. The prices in the United States and Canada can be almost triple or even more.
Bariatric surgery costs in the United States range between US$19,000 and US$24,300. In Canada, the average price of bariatric surgery ranges from CAD $15,000 to $20,000.
The following table shows the all-inclusive cost of our packages:
|Type||Image||Hospital||Hotel||Resume Work||Weight Loss||Cost US$|
|Gastric Sleeve||2 nights||2 nights||1-2 weeks||60~70%||$3,995|
|Gastric Bypass||3 nights||2 nights||2-3 weeks||70%||$5,495|
|Duodenal Switch||3 nights||2 nights||2-3 weeks||80%||$7,500|
|Lap Band||1 night||1 night||1 week||60%||$6,000|
**Contact for latest specials; get discount on above prices.
Compared to the USA and Canada, weight loss surgery in Mexico is 60 to 70% cheaper. Our packages cost much lower than in New Zealand and Australia too.
Our self-pay weight loss surgery Mexico packages are inclusive of:
The following can be availed for an additional fee:
Gastric sleeve and bypass cost the lowest in Mexico compared to the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. A major reason for the cost difference is the lack of malpractice insurance in Mexico. Lower medical staff salaries, office rent, and other expenses also contribute to the low price tag.
|Country||Gastric Sleeve Cost||Gastric Bypass Cost|
From the above, it is quite clear that the average weight loss surgery Mexico cost is among the lowest in the world.
The following table shows the outcomes of various kinds of bariatric surgeries:1
|Duration||Gastric Bypass||Gastric Sleeve||Lap Band|
From the above table it is apparent that Over a period of one year, while a gastric bypass can result in excess weight loss of 69.8%, a gastric sleeve can help shed 49.4% of excess weight.
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Get complete information on the gastric bypass in Mexico here.
Revision Bariatric Surgery
For people with failed weight loss surgery (not lost enough weight or regained). Common ones are:
Revision surgeries usually involve more OT time and are more complicated than first-time operations.
In the following video, our bariatric surgeon in Cancun explains gastric sleeve to bypass revision surgery:
Here is an overview of our panel of some of the best bariatric surgeons in Mexico.
See Dr. Green’s resume here.
See Dr. Hector’s resume here.
See Dr. Marico’s resume here.
We provide surgery at an international bariatric center of excellence in Tijuana Mexico.
Get more information on bariatric surgery in Cancun here.
To help you lose weight through surgery, MTC offers:
We provide free ground transfers (hospital-hotel included) from the following pick-up points:
We arrange for a free stay at The Grand and Pueblo Amigo in Tijuana.*
The Grand has an exclusive floor called the Grand Care with patient-friendly rooms and bathrooms. It has:
*Subject to availability.
Click here for more information on traveling abroad for bariatric surgery.
Obesity can complicate your life and may give rise to health issues, such as:
|Coronary heart disease||Infertility|
|Sleep apnea||Menstrual disorders|
|Bone & joint problems||Hormonal problems|
|Brain stroke risk||Fatty liver disease|
|High blood pressure||Hernia|
You can consider surgery if conventional means (diet control and exercising) have not helped.
Contact us now for pricing and free information packet on bariatric surgery in Mexico.
|Their VSG Tijuana experience.||
– Connie, San Antonio, TX
|More on her review here.||
– Annie Brooks, Colorado
Another client from Japan reviews gastric sleeve in Tijuana, MX.
Terinda traveled all the way from Washington state to Mexico for her bariatric surgery.’
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Disclaimer: Results may vary. We do not guarantee any specific outcomes.
1. Do I need to have insurance to pay for bariatric surgery in Mexico?
No. We offer self-pay weight loss surgery in Mexico for people lacking insurance cover or who have very high co-pays.
2. Which areas should I avoid when in Mexico?
3. Do you offer an insurance plan that covers complications after surgery?
4. Will I need a translator app when in Mexico?
While our bariatric surgeons and majority of the support staff speak reasonably good English, a translator app can come in handy when you are out on the street. You can download and install Google translator app in your cell phone.
5. Can I drink soda after weight loss surgery?
No, as there are several reasons not to drink soda after weight loss surgery:
6. Can gastric sleeve be reversed?
No. Sleeve gastrectomy is an irreversible procedure. In the event of gastric sleeve failure, however, revision surgery is possible. Possible options are conversion to bypass, duodenal switch, or re-sleeve.
7. What are the risks of bariatric surgery?
Some of the post-op risks of weight loss surgery are:
Long-term risks of weight loss surgery are:
8. What is the least invasive weight loss surgery?
The least invasive bariatric surgery is the intragastric balloon. It is a non-surgical procedure performed on an outpatient basis. The gastric balloon is placed through the esophagus. It doesn’t require any incisions or sutures and doesn’t leave any scars.
Single-incision sleeve (SILS) is the next least invasive bariatric procedure. The procedure involves making a tiny incision in the navel through which the bariatric surgeon inserts the special instruments.
Besides fewer scars, other advantages of SILS are quick recovery, less pain, and lower risks.
9. What are my options if gastric bypass fails?
If you’ve regained weight or have insufficient weight loss after gastric bypass, your option is to have revision surgery. Gastric bypass can be revised to StomaphyX. Another option is to convert its pouch to plication. It is interesting to note that while a gastric sleeve can be converted to bypass, the vice versa is not possible.
10. Can your stomach grow back after gastric sleeve?
The restriction does lessen as time goes on. However, if you are happy with the amount of food you are eating and feel like you are doing a good job fueling yourself, there are a few things you can do to prevent the pouch from stretching.
All these tips are just small choices that you can make day in and day out to create positive habits for yourself.
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