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GASTRIC SLEEVE IN MEXICO

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    Pricing for Gastric Sleeve Surgery Starts at $4,199 USD

    If you’re looking for an affordable, all-inclusive surgical package, contact our helpful staff today to learn more. We provide the very best care with leading gastric sleeve surgeons and top-tier hospital facilities.

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    Renew Bariatrics Price for Gastric Sleeve

    In comparison with other procedures including the gastric bypassduodenal switch, and gastric banding, the gastric sleeve procedure is more affordable than the rest. It’s also, similar price point to the gastric banding system.

    Map of Gastric Sleeve Costs

    How Much Does Gastric Sleeve Cost with Insurance?

    The average gastric sleeve cost is $4,100 with insurance. This is the cost that is usually in the form of deductible that one can expect to pay.

    The aspects of the surgery that this payment covers include the hospital fee, surgeon’s fee, anesthesia fee, and pre-operative labs and x-rays. However, these are not the only costs that you’ll come across on your weight loss journey. This average figure of $4,100 only applies to the surgery itself. You may also need to make room in your budget for:

    • Nutritionist appointments
    • Nutritional supplements, including vitamins, minerals, and protein
    • New clothes as you lose weight
    • Gym membership
    • Cosmetic surgery to remove excess skin once you have lost all of the excess weight (if desired)

    What if I Don’t Have Insurance?

    The average cost of the gastric sleeve without insurance: $16,000 to $20,000.

    This is a general range of the average price you can expect in the United States and Canada. However, it’s hard to say that there is just one typical price for this type of bariatric surgery, given how much variation there is. Depending on many factors, your gastric sleeve without insurance cost could be anywhere from $9,000 over $30,000.

    Here are some of the factors that will influence the final price:
    • Financing plans
    • Taxes
    • Whether you have insurance
    • If you do have insurance, what your insurance policy covers
    • Whether your surgery is in-patient or out-patient
    • Which hospital you choose
    • Which surgeon you choose
    • Geographical location
    • Additional hotel nights to purchase
    • Airfare that needs to be arranged or obtained.

    Gastric Sleeve Surgery Cost in the USA?

    Gastric Sleeve Surgery Cost Graph

    A majority of the variance in gastric sleeve surgery prices is due to where in the world the operation is performed. Within the U.S., the Southern states offer gastric sleeve surgery much cheaper than Northern states. The average cost of gastric sleeve surgery in Massachusetts, for example, is over $31,000, while in Oklahoma the average price is just $10,700.

    Overall, if you’re self-paying in the United States, you can expect to pay considerably more than undergoing the procedure in Mexico. Consider the fact, if you’re going with a low-cost option in the US, you’ll have to arrange our transportation and logistics, not to mention, you’ll have to fund your airfare costs to your destination. You’ll also be expected to pay and arrange for your hotel stay, some things as long a week. You can see, that these low-cost providers can end up being just as expensive as other locations in the United States.

    Comparison of Mexico Medical Tourism

    You can travel within the U.S. to get a lower price for your surgery. However, you can save even more money by traveling just a bit further. In Mexico, gastric sleeve surgeries cost only a fraction of what they do in the United States. You might only spend $4,500 to $6,000 on your surgery this way. Our gastric sleeve packages are consistently below this and have incredible outcomes. Contact our patient coordinators today, to discuss your options with the gastric sleeve.

    Is a Gastric Sleeve Investment Worthwhile?

    The majority of people who get bariatric surgery suffer from obesity-related illnesses such as type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, high blood pressure, heart disease, and many others. Such diseases are costly to manage, between doctor’s visits and prescription medications. The weight loss caused by gastric sleeve surgery will relieve these conditions.

    Bariatric Surgery will typically pay for itself in 2 to 4 years, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. This was nearly ten years ago, assuming the procedure was significantly more expensive than it is today. Furthermore, if you opt for our bariatric services, you can expect gastric sleeve surgery to pay for itself in less than two years.

    After some time, you will start saving money that you would otherwise be spent treating these diseases. Some estimates say that one to two years after bariatric surgery, the average patient starts saving around $900 a month in health costs. From a financial perspective, gastric sleeve surgery is an excellent investment.

    Even beyond just the financial gastric sleeve investment, getting gastric sleeve surgery is a highly worthwhile investment for your health and happiness. The surgery will help you live considerably longer and finally experience freedom from obesity

    Interested in undergoing Gastric Sleeve in Mexico?

    Please contact our helpful, knowledgeable patient educators who can help guide you through the entire process of getting approved for the gastric sleeve surgery in Tijuana, or Cancun.

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    About the Gastric Sleeve Surgery

    Gastric sleeve surgery involves removing a large portion of the stomach, and it’s an effective way to treat severe obesity. The procedure is irreversible, but because of this, it produces long-lasting results, making it great value for the cost. By applying for surgery today, you can quickly determine your candidacy – often within 24 hours.

    Cost of Mexico Weight Loss Surgery

    2021 Mexico Price vs USA - From $4,199

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      Discover the cost of weight loss surgery from Renew Bariatrics’ annual cost survey. Prices are accurate in August 2020. 

      Weight loss surgery without insurance is quite expensive, and bariatric surgery costs vary depending on the type of procedure you’re having, hospital or facility, the bariatric physician, and even the city you’re based at.

      Cost of Weight-Loss Surgery Mexico

        Mexico Canada United States United Kingdom Australia India
      Gastric Sleeve Surgery $4,199 $15,425 $22,000 $14,200 $15,500 $6,000
      Gastric Bypass Surgery $5,599 $15,800 $26,000 $14,200 $23,500 $7,000
      Gastric Balloon $3,499 N/A $14,000 $5,050 $23,500 N/A
      Duodenal Switch $6,299 N/A $28,000 N/A $23,500 N/A
      Gastric Banding Surgery $5,999 $14,000 N/A $7,400 N/A $6,000

      * Updated in August 2020. Prices originally pulled from 8/17 from various online sources (clinics, online aggregators) reporting prices.

      Are you interested in undergoing Weight Loss Surgery in Mexico? Get a Free Consultation with our staff today.

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      Renew Bariatrics Makes Obesity Treatment Affordable

      Bariatric SurgeryRenew Bariatrics established partnerships with leading bariatric specialists in Mexico, slashing prices in the meantime. The ending result is a tremendous all-inclusive self-pay package at an affordable rate. Renew Bariatric never compromises with the quality of the packages, which is why sometimes we’re more expensive than other providers.

      Learn more about booking surgery today with a small credit card deposit, by calling (844) 736-3963. Please contact us today to learn more about paying your deposit with an HSA or FSA credit card.

      Our Bariatric Surgery Packages Include:

      • Pre-Operative Tests
      • Transportation To / From San Diego Airport to Tijuana or Cancun Airport to Facility
      • Hotel / Recovery House Stay
      • Gastrointestinal Leak Tests
      • Take-home pain, antibiotics medicine
      • Surgeon Costs
      • Hospital / Facility Costs
      Beware Some Bariatric Companies

      Some bariatric companies claim they have an all-inclusive price, but fail to be transparent on the hidden fees for components that should be included like take-home medication, transportation, or even having a companion.

      Learn more about Financing Your Weight Loss Surgery in Mexico, with financing loan companies specializing in medical tourism. 

      2021 Bariatric Surgery Cost Comparison

      These are the five types of bariatric surgery and their associated costs:

      Gastric Sleeve Self-Pay Cost

      Gastric Sleeve IllustrationGastric sleeve surgery is covered by insurance if your plan includes bariatric surgery. The total cost on average in the US is about $19,000. Items such as pre-op testing, however, are not covered by your insurance plan.

      Out-of-pocket costs may be tax deductible, and self-pay patients usually have access to exclusive discounts. Within two years, gastric sleeve surgery pays for itself because of savings per year post-surgery amount to $11,000 which would have been otherwise incurred if the patient had remained obese.

      Gastric Sleeve Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      Renew Bariatric offers gastric sleeve start at $4,199 – all inclusive which is roughly an 80% discount from the price in the United States.  Learn more: Gastric Sleeve Cost in Mexico.

      Procedure Details

      Gastric sleeve surgery involves reducing the stomach size by 80% so that the patient eats less and feels full sooner. The gastric sleeve procedure involves reducing the size of the stomach using staples to create a sleeve-shaped stomach which is typically the size of a banana. The surgeon makes small incisions instead of one large incision and observes his progress via a small camera inserted with a viewing tube.
      With this new size, the portion of food one eats is severely limited – one can only hold about a cup of food which helps an individual to limit what one eats because they fill up very quickly. While the amount of food consumed is physically limited, digestion and absorption remain reasonable.

      In some cases, gastric sleeve surgery is a pre-requisite to duodenal switch or gastric bypass surgery. This is known as a staged approach to weight loss surgery because the first procedure results in weight loss which makes the second process less risky. The second operation can occur 6 to 18 months after the first procedure depending on how much weight has been lost.

      Candidates who qualify have a BMI of 40 or more and have a severe obesity-related health complication such as Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, sleep apnea or high blood pressure. You are also required to have completed a medically supervised diet program.

      Most patients stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days for initial healing and require at least two weeks off from work. Full recovery takes about six weeks.

      Gastric Bypass Self-Pay Cost

      Gastric Bypass Surgery IllustrationGastric bypass surgery, otherwise known as the quintessential weight-loss surgery, is covered by insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. The cost of the procedure in the United States typically costs between $25,000 to $30,000.

      Gastric Bypass Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      Renew Bariatrics provides affordable gastric bypass in Mexico, starting at $5,599 all-inclusive. The package will typically range in Mexico from $5,500 to $9,000 depending on which location in Mexico, surgeon, company, and other factors.

      Procedure Details

      Gastric bypass surgery, otherwise called roux-en-y gastric sleeve surgery, is a weight-loss surgery that uses two techniques to achieve considerable weight-loss: restrictive and malabsorptive techniques. Gastric bypass has similar expected weight loss, with both gastric sleeve surgery and duodenal switch.

      Gastric Bypass Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      Gastric Balloon Procedure IllustrationThe total average cost of the procedure averages $8,150 before tax savings and financing. It is FDA-approved but is not typically covered by insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. In France, the procedure costs on average 3,000 Euros.

      Gastric Balloon Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      Gastric BandingGastric Balloon in Mexico will typically cost roughly USD $5,899 including the cost of removal six or twelve months later.

      Procedure Details

      Gastric balloon is a weight loss procedure that involves inserting a flexible deflated silicon balloon into the stomach through the mouth which is then filled with air or liquid. This procedure reduces the amount of food a patient eats because they fill up faster.

      This procedure is reversible, and the silicon balloon can be left in the stomach up to six months. Once it is removed, the stomach, and often, the patient’s appetite returns to normal.
      This procedure takes about 20 to 30 minutes to perform and is done under general anesthesia or sedation. Overnight hospital stay is not usually required though some doctors prefer the patient to stay one day/night in the hospital for observation. Typically, you can go home three to four hours after the balloon is inserted and inflated.

      An anesthesia spray numbs your throat for easier insertion of the deflated balloon using endoscopic instruments attached to a camera for the surgeon to see the area. A catheter is connected to the balloon which the doctor fills with air or a saline solution and then removes the catheter.
      The balloon seals itself automatically with a self-sealing valve and floats inside the stomach. Once full, the balloon is too big to pass into the bowel.

      The gastric balloon is typically kept in the stomach for about six months and then is removed. Once removed, your stomach returns to its normal size. The theory behind this procedure is that when you had the gastric balloon in your stomach, you got used to eating smaller portions. Even with the gastric balloon removed, it is expected that your brain is now conditioned to keep eating smaller portions of food and thus maintaining an ongoing and long term weight loss lifestyle.

      Gastric Banding Self-Pay Cost

      In Canada, the average cost is CAD 17,575 while in Australia its AUD 17,700. In the United Kingdom, the average price stands at £4,995. Medical travel (International) ranges from $4,000 to $15,000.

      The average cost of gastric banding in the US is $15,000, but this does not typically include pre-op, post-op, special circumstances or complications arising post surgery. This cost also varies from one location to another. Different surgeons within the same city also tend to have a price difference ranging from $5,000 to over $10,000.

      Gastric Banding Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      In Mexico, Gastric Banding (Lap-Band or REALIZE Banding System) cost will typically be $5,000 to $7,000 – but the number of providers offering the surgery are shrinking considerably.

      The efficacy, or expected weight loss is so poor, most bariatric surgeons Worldwide are opting and preferring gastric sleeve surgery.

      Procedure Details

      Gastric banding is a type of restrictive weight loss surgery where a silicone band having an inflatable inner collar is placed around the upper stomach to limit food intake. A narrow passage and a small pouch are created whereby the narrow passage delays depositing of food in the pouch. This gives a feeling of fullness in a much shorter time. The banding can be adjusted over time to alter the size of the passage.

      A small port is placed in the abdominal wall, and the silicone band is connected to it. The diameter of the band is adjusted by filling the port with a saline solution. Depending on your food cravings, weight loss and any physical post-surgery reactions, your surgeon can make periodic adjustments.
      The procedure is usually done by making small incisions instead of one big incision, and a catheter with a tiny camera is inserted to help the surgeon view the progress of the surgery. The surgery takes about 1 – 1.5 hours either on an outpatient basis or a one-day hospital stay.

      This procedure is ideal for candidates who have a BMI greater than 40, i.e., 100 pounds overweight in men and 80 pounds overweight in women. It is also a better option for patients for whom gastric bypass is too risky due to inherent health complications.

      Duodenal Switch Self-Pay Cost

      Duodenal Switch Procedure IllustraitonDuodenal Switch is covered by insurance in the United States if your policy includes bariatric surgery. In Canada, several provinces but not all cover this procedure, however, wait times are long ranging from 2 to over ten years. In Australia, Medicare and private insurance cover a portion of the total cost.

      The total cost of the procedure in the US averages $27,300. In Canada and Australia, the procedure is not widespread, so an average cost is not available. In India, the procedure costs $14,000. Also, subsequent costs of bariatric supplements and vitamins cost about $1,500 per year or more through medical expenses for patients’ post-Duodenal Switch surgery are far less than pre-surgery.

      Duodenal Switch Self-Pay Cost in Mexico

      In Mexico, the average price is $8,000, but you have to pay extra attention to the surgeons’ experience and capability. Since Duodenal Switch is a complicated procedure, there isn’t a single doctor with 1,000s of surgeries under their belt.

      Procedure Details

      Duodenal Switch is a complicated weight loss surgery that combines two surgical techniques, i.e., restrictive and malabsorptive.

      The restrictive component involves dividing the stomach vertically and removing at least 85% of it to leave a banana-shaped pouch. The sections of the stomach that are kept intact include the pyloric valve which is essential for the regulation of stomach contents released into the small intestines.
      Another section which remains intact is the duodenum which is located in the digestive system. It is located between the stomach and the middle intestine and allows food that has mixed with stomach acid to move into the duodenum where it mixes with bile and digestive juices from the gall bladder and pancreas respectively.

      The malabsorptive component restricts some nutrients and calories that the body absorbs. It involves the rearrangement of the small intestine to separate the flow of bile and pancreatic juices from the flow of food. Therefore, food only interacts with the digestive juices in the latter section of the small intestine, i.e., about 18 to 24 inches only.

      This, therefore, means that you consume less food than usual though not as less as other weight loss surgeries but also, there is also a limited amount of food that is digested and absorbed in the body.

      Most patients stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days for initial healing and require at least two weeks off from work. Full recovery takes about six weeks.

      COST OF SPATZ

      ADJUSTABLE BALLOON SYSTEM

      Spatz Gastric BalloonIntragastric balloon devices for management of obesity are cheaper than bariatric surgeries. They also offer a less/noninvasive procedure and are reversible. Nevertheless, their outcome regarding weight loss and resolution of comorbid conditions is satisfactory.

      Spatz Adjustable Balloon system is available for commercial use in over 32 countries. However, it has not been approved by FDA. It is the only intragastric balloon device that is being used for up to 12months. It has the advantage of been adjustable i.e. the saline quantity can be adjusted.

      The price of intragastric balloon varies from one country to the other and even within a country. The total cost usually covers for the insertion, follow up and removal after 12months.

      Other factors that may affect the cost of this procedure are the presence of a comorbid condition(s), and the development of complications necessitating additional medications. Thus, it is not proper to base your budget on the various online price quotes.

      Though not available in the US, the cost of Spatz adjustable balloon procedure is about $4,000 to $7,000 outside the US.

      To get the accurate cost of getting a Spatz adjustable balloon system kindly talk to your doctor. He will, in turn, evaluate you and come up with an exact cost of the procedure.

      Interested in undergoing Mexico Bariatric Surgery? Fill out the application below to learn more about undergoing the procedure in Tijuana, Mexico.

      Interested in undergoing Mexico Bariatric Surgery? Fill out the application below to learn more about undergoing the procedure in Tijuana, Mexico.

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      COST OF RESHAPE

      DUO BALLOON SYSTEM

      Gastric Balloon Procedure IllustrationObese patients looking for cheaper and efficient weight loss procedure have the option of Intragastric balloon devices. These procedures are also less/noninvasive and are reversible. Nevertheless, their outcome regarding weight loss and resolution of comorbid conditions is satisfactory.

      ReShape Duo also is known as “ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System” is one of the intragastric medical devices available for the endoscopic treatment of obesity. It was approved by the FDA on July 28, 2015 (“ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System – P140012,” 2015).

      This device is made of 2 balloons that are connected by a silicone shaft. The balloons are filled and sealed separately.

      Like Orbera, ReShape Duo balloon approval by the FDA is still <2 years. Most insurance companies do not have it covered by their insurance policies, meaning that the patient has to bear the whole cost of this procedure.

      The price of intragastric balloon varies from one country to the other and even within a country. The total cost usually covers the cost of the balloon, the pre-procedure investigations, follow up and removal after six months.

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      The average cost of ReShape Duo is about $7,000 in the US with variations from one hospital to the order. Relatively lower price can be obtained outside the US.

      Other factors that may affect the cost of this procedure are the presence of a comorbid condition(s), and the development of complications necessitating additional medications. Thus, it is not proper to base your budget on the various online price quotes.

      To get the accurate cost of getting a Reshape integrated dual balloon system, kindly talk to your doctor. He will, in turn, evaluate you and come up with an accurate cost of the procedure.

      You may also get providers who are ready to offer you relatively flexible payment methods. However, the cost may be slightly higher.

      • ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System – P140012.(2015, August). Retrieved from https://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/DeviceApprovalsandClearances/Recently-ApprovedDevices/ucm456293.html
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      COST OF ORBERA

      GASTRIC BALLOON SYSTEM

      CostIntragastric balloon devices for management of obesity are cheaper than bariatric surgeries. They also offer a less/noninvasive procedure and are reversible. Nevertheless, their outcome regarding weight loss and resolution of comorbid conditions is satisfactory.

      Orbera balloon is one of the commonly used intragastric balloons to achieve weight loss. Previously known as BioEnteric intra-gastric balloon, Orbera balloon got the FDA approval on August 5, 2015. It is expected that the Orbera balloon could provide a valuable and less invasive therapeutic approach to bariatric treatment (Kim, Chun, Choi, Kim, Keum & Jeen, 2016).

      Because Orbera approval by the FDA is still recent (< 2years), most insurance companies do not have it covered by their insurance policies. Hence the patient has to bear the whole cost of this device. However, outside the US, there may be few insurance companies provide funding for this procedure.

      Contact Renew Bariatrics, a leading bariatric center, to learn more about your weight-loss surgery options.

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      The price of intragastric balloon varies from one country to the other and even within a country. When paying for this device, the cost also covers for the insertion fee, the necessary investigations, surgeon’s fee, and aesthetic services and follow up appointments. Thus, these account for variation in the cost from one place to the order.

      The cost of Orbera balloon varies from $3,000 to $9,000 with an average of about $6000. Highest prices are found in the US while the lowest are found in South America and Mexico.

      The highest bariatric procedure in the USA is performed in California, with an average of about 20% of the total bariatric procedures in the US. The average cost of Orbera in California is about $6,300 with little variations based on the standard of the hospital, the experience of the surgeon, and the presence of other comorbid conditions in the patient.

      Orbera balloon, like most other intragastric balloon devices, is removed after 6 months. Some centers require that the patient pays for the removal of the balloon while some do charge the cost of removal along with the initial cost.

      As the cost varies from person to person and from one hospital to the other, it is advisable that you make a detailed inquiry from your doctor about the total cost of the procedure and the services covered by the fee. This will prevent unforeseen expenses.

      Kim, S. H., Chun, H. J., Choi, H. S., Kim, E. S., Keum, B., & Jeen, Y. T. (2016). Current status of intragastric balloon for obesity treatment. World Journal of Gastroenterology, 22(24), 5495–5504. http://doi.org/10.3748/wjg.v22.i24.5495

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      Cost of Gastric Balloon in Mexico

      IntraGastric Balloon from $2,999

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        CostIntragastric balloon devices for management of obesity are generally cheaper than bariatric surgeries. They also offer a less, noninvasive procedure and are reversible. Nevertheless, their outcome in terms of weight loss and resolution of comorbid conditions is satisfactory.

        Orbera balloon is one of the commonly used intragastric balloons for the purpose of achieving weight loss. Previously known as BioEnteric intra-gastric balloon, Orbera balloon got the FDA approval on August 5, 2015. It is expected that the Orbera balloon could provide a valuable and less invasive therapeutic approach to bariatric treatment (Kim, Chun, Choi, Kim, Keum & Jeen, 2016).

        Due to the fact that Orbera approval by the FDA is still recent (<2years), most insurance companies do not have it covered by their insurance policies, hence the patient has to bear the whole cost of this device. However, outside the US, there may be few insurance companies provide funding for this procedure.

        Learn how to undergo affordable Gastric Balloon in Mexico? Learn more today, our helpful staff will answer any questions you may have.

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        The price of the intragastric balloon varies from one country to the other and even within a country. When paying for this device, the cost also covers for the insertion fee, the necessary investigations, surgeon’s fee, and aesthetic services and follow up appointments. Thus, these account for variation in the cost from one place to the order.

        The cost of Gastric Balloon varies from $2,000 to $13,000 vary based on the balloon used and the location having surgery with an average of about $7,500 in the USA, about $4,000 in Mexico, about $7000 USD in Canada. Highest costs are found in the US while the lowest are found in South America and Mexico. All prices in USD.

        Average Cost of Intra-Gastric Balloon in the USA

        Average Cost by US City

        1. New York 8,550,405

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,000

        2. Los Angeles 3,971,883

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,000

        3. Chicago 2,720,546

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $9,340

        4. Houston 2,296,224

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,250

        5. Philadelphia 1,567,442

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,000

        6. Phoenix 1,563,025

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,500

        7. San Antonio 1,469,845

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        8. San Diego 1,394,928

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        9. Dallas 1,300,092

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        10. San Jose 1,026,908

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,000

        11. Austin 931,830

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        12. Jacksonville 868,031

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000

        13. San Francisco 864,816

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,000

        14. Indianapolis 853,173

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        15. Columbus 850,106

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,000

        16. Fort Worth 833,319

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        17. Charlotte 827,097

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,995

        18. Seattle 684,451

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        19. Denver 682,545

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,999

        20. El Paso 681,124

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,625

        21. Detroit 677,116

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,875

        22. Washington 672,228

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        23. Boston 667,137

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        24. Memphis 655,770

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        25. Nashville 654,610

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        26. Portland, Ore. 632,309

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,150

        27. Oklahoma City 631,346

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,495

        28. Las Vegas 623,747

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,248

        29. Baltimore 621,849

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $8,500

        30. Louisville 615,366

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7000

        Gastric Balloon Cost in Mexico

        Gastric Balloon in Mexico Cost

        1. Mexico City 12,294,193

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $3,195

        2. Iztapalapa 1,820,888

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $3,200

        3. Ecatepec 1,806,226

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $4,000

        4. Guadalajara 1,640,589

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $3,800

        5. Puebla 1,590,256

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $4,000

        Other Popular Cities in Mexico

        Tijuana 1,376,457

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $4,000

        Cancun 542,043

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $5,000

        Mexicali 597,099

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $4,000

        Juarez 1,512,354

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $4,000

        Gastric Balloon Surgery Cost in Canada

        Average Cost by City

        1. Toronto, Ontario – 5,583,064

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,000 USD

        2. Montréal, Quebec – 3,824,221

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,000 USD

        3. Vancouver, British Columbia – 2,313,328

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $6,000 USD

        4. Ottawa, Ontario – 1,236,324

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7000

        5. Calgary, Alberta – 1,214,839

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        6. Edmonton, Alberta – 1,159,869

        Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

        7. Québec City, Quebec – 765,706

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        8. Winnipeg, Manitoba – 730,018

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        9. Hamilton, Ontario – 721,053

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        10. Kitchener – Cambridge – Waterloo, Ontario – 477,160

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        11. London, Ontario – 474,786

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        12. St. Catharines – Niagara, Ontario – 392,184

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        13. Halifax, Nova Scotia – 390,328

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        14. Oshawa, Ontario – 356,177

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        15. Victoria, British Columbia – 344,615

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $7,000 USD

        Gastric Balloon Surgery Cost in Australia

        IntraGastric Balloon Cost Australia

        1. Sydney 4,627,345

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $5,825

        2. Melbourne 4,246,375

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $5,825 USD

        3. Brisbane 2,189,878

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $5,825 USD

        Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in the United Kingdom

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: £4,349 pounds – $5690.92 USD

        Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in France

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: 6.000 € – $6939.30 USD

        Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in Egypt

        Gastric Balloon Procedure – Self Pay: $1,295 USD

        Gastric Balloon Cost by Country

        The highest bariatric procedure in the USA is performed in California, with an average of about 20% of the total bariatric procedures in the US. The average cost of Orbera in California is about $6,300 with little variations based on the standard of the hospital, the experience of the surgeon, and the presence of other comorbid conditions in the patient.

        USA Cost: $12,000 100%
        Canada Cost: $11,500 95%
        Mexico Cost: $3,500 40%

        Orbera balloon, like most other intragastric balloon devices, is removed after 6 months. Some centers require that the patient pays for the removal of the balloon while some do charge the cost of removal along with the initial cost.

        As the cost varies from person to person and from one hospital to the other, it is advisable that you make a detailed inquiry from your doctor about the total cost of the procedure and the services covered by the fee. This will prevent unforeseen expenses.

        Kim, S. H., Chun, H. J., Choi, H. S., Kim, E. S., Keum, B., & Jeen, Y. T. (2016). Current status of intragastric balloon for obesity treatment. World Journal of Gastroenterology, 22(24), 5495–5504. http://doi.org/10.3748/wjg.v22.i24.5495

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        COST OF OBALON

        GASTRIC BALLOON

        CostSince the introduction of intragastric balloon devices for the management of obesity, the market for these devices has continued to grow, and obese individuals who are not fit for surgery are now benefiting from these devices. The devices have the relative advantages of being cheaper, readily available, reversible and non-invasive when compared with bariatric surgeries.

        One of the commonly used intra-gastric balloon devices is the Obalon balloon. It was approved by the FDA on September 8, 2016. It is the first and only swallowable balloon device approved by the FDA. The indication and contraindications for the use of Obalon are the same as for other intragastric balloons.

        The price of intragastric balloon varies from one country to the other and even within a country. When paying for this device, the cost also covers for the insertion fee, the necessary investigations, and aesthetic services and follow up appointments. Thus, these account for variation in the cost from one place to the order.

        Other factors that may affect the cost of this procedure are the presence of a comorbid condition(s), and the development of complications necessitating additional medications. Thus, it is not proper to base your budget on the various online price quotes

        The cost of Obalon balloon varies from $6,000 to $9,000 with an average of about $7,500 in the US. Countries outside the US offer relatively lower prices.

        As the cost varies from person to person and from one hospital to the other, it is advisable that you make a detailed inquiry from your doctor about the total cost of the procedure and the services covered by the fee. This will prevent unforeseen expenses.

        You may also get providers who are ready to offer you relatively flexible payment methods. However, the cost may be slightly higher.

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        2020 GASTRIC BYPASS SURGERY

        COST: US, MEXICO, CANADA, AUSTRALIA

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          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost 2018 by CountriesGastric bypass is one of the most common types of bariatric surgery aimed at losing weight. It combines both restrictive and malabsorptive surgical procedures and is also known as “Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. It can be done openly or laparoscopically. The cost of gastric bypass surgery and that of other bariatric surgeries varies by location (country to country), by the hospital, and a cadre of the surgeon and the presence of comorbid conditions in each. Factors such as the cost of living in the hospital area, local competition, as well as whether the hospital is profit making one or not, all influence the final cost of gastric bypass. Gastric bypass is the most expensive of the three most common bariatric (weight loss) surgeries (Lap-Bandgastric bypassgastric sleeve). The cost is, however, less than that of biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch. Looking for a lower price should not be at the expense of getting a quality surgery from the best surgeon. Although a high rate does not guarantee a quality operation, and a low price does not imply that the doctor is less competent. Renew Bariatrics top bariatric surgeons offers Gastric Bypass in Mexico for as low as $5,999! Learn more below. Interested in undergoing Gastric Bypass in Mexico? Please contact our helpful, knowledgeable patient educators who can help guide you through the entire process of getting approved for the RNY Gastric Bypass in Mexico.
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          Gastric Bypass Surgery Costs in the United States

          Gastric Bypass Cost in the US
          1. New York 8,550,405

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $35,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          2. Los Angeles 3,971,883

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $26,950

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          3. Chicago 2,720,546

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $23,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          4. Houston 2,296,224

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,318

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          5. Philadelphia 1,567,442

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,325

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: na

          6. Phoenix 1,563,025

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $31,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          7. San Antonio 1,469,845

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,175

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          8. San Diego 1,394,928

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,150

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage (Deductible and Total Cost):$2,000

          9. Dallas 1,300,092

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $15,450

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          10. San Jose 1,026,908

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $18,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          11. Austin 931,830

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          12. Jacksonville 868,031

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $15,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          13. San Francisco 864,816

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $18,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          14. Indianapolis 853,173

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          15. Columbus 850,106

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $31,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          16. Fort Worth 833,319

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $15,450

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          17. Charlotte 827,097

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,995

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          18. Seattle 684,451

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,000

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          19. Denver 682,545

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,450

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          20. El Paso 681,124

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $15,450

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          21. Detroit 677,116

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $10,125

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          22. Washington 672,228

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,325

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          23. Boston 667,137

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $12,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          24. Memphis 655,770

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,175

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          25. Nashville 654,610

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $13,175

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          26. Portland, Ore. 632,309

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $34,846

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: na

          27. Oklahoma City 631,346

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $12,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          28. Las Vegas 623,747

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $15,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          29. Baltimore 621,849

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $10,725

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $2,000

          30. Louisville 615,366

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $12,500

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          Gastric Bypass Cost Mexico 2018
          1. Mexico City 12,294,193

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $6,195

          2. Iztapalapa 1,820,888

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $7,422

          3. Ecatepec 1,806,226

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $5,595

          4. Guadalajara 1,640,589

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $5,600

          5. Puebla 1,590,256

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $5,500

          Other Popular Cities in Mexico

          Tijuana 1,376,457

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $4,500

          Cancun 542,043

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $5,800

          Mexicali 597,099

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $4,800

          Juarez 1,512,354

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $5,500

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in Mexico

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in Canada

          Gastric Bypass Cost in Canada 2018
          1. Toronto, Ontario – 5,583,064

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $17,000 USD

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          2. Montréal, Quebec – 3,824,221

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $16,200 USD

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: n/a

          3. Vancouver, British Columbia – 2,313,328

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,427

          Canadian Dollars – $15,404.40 USD

          4. Ottawa, Ontario – 1,236,324

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,125

          Canadian Dollars – $15,178.27 USD

          5. Calgary, Alberta – 1,214,839

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,427

          Canadian Dollars – $15,414.21 USD

          6. Edmonton, Alberta – 1,159,869

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,427

          Canadian Dollars – $15,414.21 USD

          7. Québec City, Quebec – 765,706

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,427

          Canadian Dollars – $15,414.21 USD

          8. Winnipeg, Manitoba – 730,018

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $24,000

          Canadian Dollars – $18100.80 USD

          9. Hamilton, Ontario – 721,053

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $21,000

          Canadian Dollars – $15830.43 USD

          10. Kitchener – Cambridge – Waterloo, Ontario – 477,160

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $20,427

          Canadian Dollars – $15,414.21 USD

          11. London, Ontario – 474,786

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $22,300

          Canadian Dollars – $16808.18 USD

          12. St. Catharines – Niagara, Ontario – 392,184

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $29,000

          Canadian Dollars – $21,863.10

          13. Halifax, Nova Scotia – 390,328

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $29,800

          Canadian Dollars – $22,471.58

          14. Oshawa, Ontario – 356,177

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $26,100

          Canadian Dollars – $19,689.84

          15. Victoria, British Columbia – 344,615

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $30,400

          Canadian Dollars – $22,921.60

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in Australia

          1. Sydney 4,627,345

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $17,300 USD

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $5,950

          Australian Dollar – 4389.79

          2. Melbourne 4,246,375

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $16,800 USD

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $5,950

          Australian Dollar – 4389.79

          3. Brisbane 2,189,878

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $16,000 USD

          Gastric Bypass surgery – Insurance Coverage: $5,950

          Australian Dollar – 4389.79

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in the United Kingdom

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $14,200

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in France

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: 8.000 € – $9253.20 USD

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost in Egypt

          Gastric Bypass Surgery – Self Pay: $6000

          Gastric Bypass Surgery Cost 2018 by Countries

          What is in the Cost of Gastric Bypass Surgery?

          There is no direct correlation between the quality of the surgeon regarding skills and experience and the cost of gastric bypass. Often, the cost of the surgery is determined by the hospital management or bariatric physicians.

          Although the rate of complication is low, however, the additional cost that will be incurred if a complication occurred outweighed the few dollars that will be saved by going to a less competent surgeon.

          On an average, the cost of gastric bypass within the United States is about $21,000. The range is $17,000 to $30,000. This may be reduced by 50-80% if done outside the US, including Mexico, India, Thailand, Costa Rica, and other.

          One of the ways of reducing the financial burden of the gastric bypass surgery is to get your insurance company takes over the bill. Many insurance companies have policies that cover gastric bypass surgery. However, some do not. Those that include gastric bypass tend to have eligibility criteria that a patient must meet.

          In Mexico, the cost of gastric bypass surgery is about $6,500. The range is between $5,000 to $10,000.

          It is worthy of note to say that additional costs may be incurred after the surgery from a visit to nutritionist/dietician, purchase of nutritional supplements, and new clothes, and other expenses if a complication should develop. However, those that have their insurance policy covering gastric bypass surgery should worry less, as the complications are also covered.

          Also See: Cost of Gastric Sleeve Surgery

          Although the cost of gastric bypass surgery is high, the overall financial and health benefits outweigh the cost implications. An obese diabetic patient with a resolution of diabetes after a significant weight loss will end up saving the money he would have spent on insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents for the rest of his life. He would also be protected from the long-term complications of diabetes such as diabetic eye disease, leg ulcer that may lead to amputation, kidney disease, etc.

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          Cost of Duodenal Switch in Mexico

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            Duodenal switchDuodenal Switch Procedure Illustraiton or biliopancreatic diversion+ duodenal switch (BPD-DS) is a highly complex and most expensive of all bariatric procedures. This is a form of restrictive and malabsorptive procedure. It produces the best result regarding weight loss and resolution of other comorbid conditions.

            The high cost of this surgical procedure may not be unconnected with its effectiveness in terms of weight loss and reversal of comorbid conditions such as diabetes mellitus, sleep apnoea, osteoarthritis, hypertension, etc. other factors that may be responsible for the high cost of this surgery include: the complexity of the operation, its time-consuming nature, and the need for a highly skilled surgeon.

            The cost of the duodenal switch (BPD-DS) and that of other bariatric surgeries varies by location (country to country and even within a country), by the hospital, and a cadre of the surgeon and the presence of comorbid conditions in each. Factors such as the cost of living in the hospital area, local competition, as well as whether the hospital is profit making one or not, all influence the final cost of bariatric surgery.

            BPD-DS is a highly complex surgical procedure with a high rate of complication and the need for a qualified surgeon regarding skills and experience cannot be overemphasized. Thus, it is important to make the cost the list of your concern.

            On an average
            the cost of BPD-DS in the US is about $25,000. The range is $23,000 to $34,000. Going outside the US will significantly reduce the cost. Only few insurance policies cover BPD-DS. Thus, most patients pay out of pocket.

            When the overall benefit of this surgical procedure is considered, the cost becomes insignificant. BPD-DS has been found to cause resolution of comorbid conditions such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, osteoarthritis, sleep apnoea, dyslipidemia, etc.

            It has also been established that this surgical procedure reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as myocardial infarction and stroke. The expenses that a patient could have incurred on these comorbid conditions are in multiples of the cost of the surgery.

            As for all bariatric surgeries, additional costs may be incurred after the surgery from a visit to nutritionist/dietician, purchase of nutritional supplements, and new clothes, and other expenses if a complication should develop.

            Cost of Gastric Banding in Mexico

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              Cost vs BenefitsLaparoscopic adjustable gastric banding is one of the standard surgical procedures performed for morbidly obese patients. It is a form of restrictive bariatric surgery aimed at reducing the capacity of the stomach and thus, early satiety and an overall reduction in caloric intake.

              The procedure involves the placement of an adjustable silicone band around the upper part of the stomach. The silicone band has a plastic tube that extends just below the skin through which sterile water can be introduced. Injection of water into the band makes it tighter. Thus, the band can be adjusted (tightened or loosened) to improve weight loss and reduce side effects.

              Factors responsible for variations in the cost of bariatric surgeries have been mentioned under “cost of gastric bypass” and “cost of the duodenal switch.” The lack of correlation between the cost and quality of surgery has been discussed under “the cost of gastric bypass.” See these topics for details.

              Insurance policies most often cover for laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, and this will help reduce the financial burden. Contact your insurer, and see if you meet the criteria for the surgery to be financed.
              On an average, the cost of laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding within the United States is about $18,000. The range is $15,000 to $24,000. This may be reduced by as much as 70% if done outside the US.

              The range is $15,000 to $24,000. This may be reduced by as much as 70% if done outside the US. In Mexico, the cost can be significantly less expensive.

              As for other bariatric surgeries, this cost does not include the post-surgery consult to the dietician/nutritionist, nutritional supplements, and the cost of management of complication if any. You may need new clothes as you lose weight following the procedure. Therefore provision must be made for this. For all bariatric surgeries, the cost shouldn’t be the primary concern but the quality of the operation and the overall/long-term health and financial benefits. Studies have shown that LAGB often pays for itself over an extended period especially in those patients with diabetes mellitus. Insurance companies now know that there is a high potential cost-saving following this surgical procedure and they are now willing to finance the procedure for those that are eligible.