Bariatric Surgery in Tijuana, Mexico
Weight Loss Surgeon Tijuana Mexico
Have you tried everything in your power to lose weight with no success? Are you dealing with obesity-related illnesses such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea? If so, consider getting bariatric surgery in Tijuana with Dr. Ramos Kelly. Dr. Ramos Kelly is a board certified weight loss surgeon who has done thousands of gastric bypass, gastric sleeve, duodenal switch, mini gastric bypass, and bariatric revision procedures. Bariatric surgery is a surgical intervention to reduce the amount of food you can eat in order to rapidly lose large amounts of weight. It’s a way for you to get your life back if you’ve been suffering from obesity and obesity-related complications for years, despite trying to lose weight.
Why get bariatric surgery in Tijuana? If you’re looking for best in class medical care, top rated board certified bariatric surgeons, and state of the art facilities but don’t want to pay exorbitant amounts of money, getting weight loss surgery in Tijuana, Mexico is one of your best options. Thanks to lower labor costs, fewer added insurance costs, and cheaper medicine, you can get bariatric surgery in Mexico for a fraction of the cost that you would pay in the USA! Best of all, we’re only a short drive from San Diego airport. No matter where you are in the US, you can use us to save thousands of dollars on bariatric surgery performed by one of the world’s top bariatric surgeons. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Ramos Kelly today!
Your Weight Loss Surgery Has Failed?
Consider Revision Bariatric Surgery
Revision bariatric surgery – sometimes known as revisional surgery - refers to a weight loss treatment that follows a previous weight loss surgery that did not lead to the desired level of success.
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Gastric Sleeve Surgery
The Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy – often called the sleeve – is performed by removing approximately 80 percent of the stomach.
Gastric Bypass Surgery
The Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass – often called gastric bypass – is considered the ‘gold standard’ of weight loss surgery.
Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery
The One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass (OAGB), also known as “mini-gastric bypass” was first reported in 2001.
Duodenal Switch Surgery
Duodenal switch, one of the most complicated weight loss surgeries, is also known as vertical gastrectomy with duodenal switch, biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch, DS or BPD-DS.
IntraGastric Balloon Procedure
The intragastric balloon, which has been available since the 1980s is designed to provide short–term weight loss therapy.
Adolescent Bariatric Surgery
Where many doctors shied away from treating obese teens, IMBC stepped into the gap and we are now a world leader in weight loss surgeries for adolescents.
Dr. Ramos Kelly MD, FACS - FASMBS
Dr. Ramos Kelly MD, FACS - FASMBS
Dr. Ramos Kelly is a respected and highly experienced bariatric and metabolic surgeon who has been featured internationally. He was born in West Branch, Michigan and served in the U.S. Military before becoming bariatric surgeon. Dr. Ramos Kelly has received his education from top schools including University of Southern California and has experience working in hospitals including the trauma center at the Los Angeles County Hospital.
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FAQs About Weight Loss Surgery in Tijuana
Which weight loss surgery is right for me?
There are several different options for weight loss surgery available, such as gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and duodenal switch. Everyone’s body is different, and your surgeon will recommend a procedure for you based on your medical history and your needs. If you want to know what procedure is right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Ramos Kelly today.
How do I know I am a candidate for this surgery?
In order to qualify for bariatric surgery, you’ll need to meet one of the following requirements: either a BMI of over 40, or a BMI of over 35 with obesity related conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, or sleep apnea. You will also need to have attempted to lose weight with diet and exercise alone with no success.
How long will the surgery take?
Bariatric procedures are inpatient procedures with short operation times. Depending on the procedure you choose, the surgery itself can last anywhere between 45 minutes to 3 hours. You’ll be in hospital for at least one night to recover.
What are the risks of weight loss surgery?
Thanks to advances in surgical techniques, bariatric surgery has become a low risk procedure with very few complications. Aside from surgical complications such as infections and blood clots, bariatric surgery can increase the risk of vitamin deficiencies and acid reflux. More serious complications such as staple line leaks can occur.