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Where Do I Go for Safe, Effective Obesity Surgery?

You know you want to make a change, but don’t know where to start. After some checking, you’ve discovered that your health insurance won’t cover most bariatric or obesity procedures. So what do you do now? You get on the internet and look for some of the highest qualified bariatric surgeons and bariatric and obesity centers and facilities from south of the border to around the world.

One of the most popular gastric surgical methods is called lap banding. It’s also known as laparoscopic gastric banding or LAGB. You can expect to lose 50% to 75% of your body weight or up to about 90 pounds in 18-24 months with this type of procedure. Another popular form of bariatric surgery is vertical banded gastroplasty. This procedure is commonly known as stomach stapling. Sleeve gastrectomy procedures are recommended if you have a body mass index over 50. With this procedure, you may lose up to 40 pounds in about a year.

Dozens of excellent, certified and accredited facilities are within your reach. Places like Mexicali Obesity Solutions in Mexicali, Mexico or 365 mc’s Bariatric Surgery Center in Seoul, South Korea are just two of many obesity surgery centers found around the globe, offering state of the art techniques and procedures at vastly reduced costs.

Obesity Free is another obesity and weight loss clinic in Mexico that provides international quality healthcare standards, associated with the Christus Muguerza Hospital Association, an American hospital system that provides surgical procedures at extremely affordable prices. For more options regarding obesity or bariatric surgeries that will meet your needs, check out PlacidWay.com, an informative, transparent and detailed site that provides all the details you may be looking for.

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Categories:   Gastric Bypass Surgery Latin America, Medical Tourism, Mexico Medical Tourism, Obesity | Bariatric Surgery Abroad

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