Bariatric surgery for less!

All-inclusive weight loss surgery performed by top certified surgeons will cost you at least 30% less if done in Estonia.

Can't lose weight? Weight loss surgery is one of the best ways to lose weight and keep it off.

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Why Bariatric Surgery in Estonia?

There are the main reasons why Estonia is so popular among patients from UK, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and US

Lower Cost

On average patients from US, UK and Scandinavia save from 3000 to 7000 EUR when doind weight loss procedures in Estonia rather than home country.

All Inclusive

Our weight loss packages include all the procedures, test, medicine, host and more. Expect no hidden costs aside from what is promised in advance.

Satisfied patients

Our happy patiens and their high rates and success stories is the best social proof of the quality of our service.

Top Bariatric Prodcedures for Weight Loss

All weight loss procedures in Estonia are performed by licensed and experienced surgeons.

Gastric Bypass Weight Loss Surgery

Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass is a weight loss surgery designed to reduce your food intake if you have failed to lose with other methods.
Required BMI 35+

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Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss Surgery

Gastric Sleeve

Gastic sleeve is a weight loss surgery where the size of the stomach is reduced by 60-80% to limit the food intake.
Required BMI 30+

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Gastric Balloon Weight Loss Procedure

Gastric Balloon

A soft silicone balloon is endoscopically inserted into the stomach and filled with a sterile liquid.
Required BMI 27+

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Bariatric surgery procedures

This is considered a drastic form of treatment for obesity. Many of the methods are recognized by insurance companies and such treatment costs are covered. Known to be extreme forms of surgery at one time, most Bariatric surgical methods have become established procedures that have a low rate of risks or health complications. While the initial methods were more towards the manipulation of the stomach pouch or intestine, today easier and reversible solutions are also provided that are less invasive, require minimal hospitalization and people can get back to normal life as soon as possible.

Bariatric surgeries are of the following kinds

Gastric bypass

In this procedure part of the stomach is divided and so is the small intestine. By bypassing a part of the stomach and linking it directly to the intestine the stomach is made smaller, which reduces the ability to consume large amount of food at a time.

Gastric lap band

This is a process whereby a silicone band is used to restrict a part of the stomach. This helps to lessen the volume of the stomach pouch which in turn reduces intake capacity for food.

Sleeve gastrectomy

In such a Bariatric surgery the stomach is reduced to a narrow sleeve thereby reducing the volume of the stomach pouch and the ability to hold food beyond a certain volume at a time.

Gastric plication

This Bariatric procedure comprises of folding part of the stomach lining internally. This in turn helps to reduce the stomach volume and the amount of food it can hold.

Gastric balloon

This is a temporary procedure that is reversed in a period of six months. Here silicone balloons are placed inside the stomach and filled with saline and colored dye to reduce the stomach cavity that can hold food. The above procedures are the former and the latest methods that have been designed to help obese patients reduce their stomach space so that they can consume small amounts of food at a time.

Some procedures are reversible while others are irreversible where permanent changes are made in the digestive system. Adverse side effects are low for these procedures, though discomfort and changes in diet need to be made in drastic ways for the first few weeks and months after any such procedure.

As a result of any Bariatric surgery obese patients are forced to be on a liquid diet or on pureed food for the initial weeks or a month. For such reasons, most Bariatric surgeries are successful in helping to bring down the excess body weight in such patients. 30% to 40% percent body weight loss can be achieved in a time span of six months to a year and more.

Diet and lifestyle changes

These are key factors that have helped any former obese patient to have gained significant weight loss and hold onto it. No matter how drastic a procedure one has opted for, no surgical intervention can offer everlasting effects. Hence the key is to stick to the changes to the diet that is prescribed.

It is made easy by procedures by sleeve gastrectomy or gastric bypass where one is unable to consume food beyond a certain amount at a time. Indeed, the side effects of consuming food beyond a certain amount can lead to several discomforts like indigestion, vomiting or nausea, acid reflux and other side effects.

For such reasons those who undergo irreversible Bariatric surgery need to be careful about their diet and what they consume. Hence, it works as a controlling factor in their lives. In other cases where the diet restrictions are less stringent, it is necessary for obese people to maintain self discipline or have ongoing support and counseling to stick to the right diet and lifestyle changes.

Exercise plays an important role in helping to keep off the excess weight. Usually obese people find it hard to exercise and often face damages to joints and bones if they stress and strain too much. For that reason it is necessary to undergo a weight loss regime and reduce a certain amount of body weight which helps to make movements easier.

Many who have undergone Bariatric surgery have found themselves being able to adapt to a more active lifestyle with greater success. With a light diet, it is easier to shed weight and combining it with exercises leads to faster results.

The following sections in this website showcase the different Bariatric procedures that have gained credibility over time. Some are well established while others are relatively new procedure that promises easier and faster recovery and less risk of complications. You can also reach across to get expert advice from physicians and surgeons on this site.

Many are specialists in Bariatric procedures and can help guide people on knowing which procedure would be ideal for one. There are helpful tools like a body mass index calculator that can help an individual check their body mass index and know the procedures that could help them get their excess body weight down.

Many of these procedures are well established and covered by most insurance companies. Get in touch to know about coverage details and how you can get treated at our Estonia clinic at affordable rates.