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Bariatric Surgeries in Turkey with medicalfly

Many people suffer from being overweight nowadays. Majority of these people also see the negative outomes of their weight on their general health status.

Being overweight can lead to many problems such as, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular problems, psychological difficulties which all affects the daily life and comfort.

For these people who have tried to lose weight the traditional way but hasn’t been successful, surgical methods such as Gastric Sleeve Surgery or other bariatric surgery methods may be an effective method.

Prices and Installments for Bariatric Surgeries in Turkey

To get the information of bariatric surgery prices in Turkey you can click here, contact our team or fill out a contact form.

Gastric sleeve surgery, bypass, transit bipartition may be suggested by the doctor depending on your health status, body mass index and some other health conditions. The prices of these operations might vary.

With its 15 years of experience and ability, medicalfly creates opportunities for you by the means of financing and instalment payments. If you are living in Germany or Austria, you can reach our experienced, reliable, transparent partner lending institutions here. With them you get the chance to pay your bariatric surgery in instalments in Turkey.


We advise you personally or by telephone regarding weight-loss surgery, always in consultation with our partner surgeon.



The treatment takes place after detailed information and various examinations by our specialists.


You may start your new life with detailed nutritional advice – and we will stay by your side. Step by step, to the desired success.

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You can contact our team anytime or fill in the contact form in order to receive an individual treatmen plan after consulting our partner doctors and detailed information about your desired treatment. With our medicalfly guarantee, we not only advise you before the operation, but also support you in the procedure afterwards for a certain period of time for a unique experience.

What Methods Are Used in Bariatric Surgeries?

There are a few ways to decrease the size of the stomach. The best method for a patient relay on personal factors. Our partner surgeons will suggest the best method for you prior to the operation.

In bariatric surgery, a distinction is made between restrictive and malabsorptive surgical procedures. The purpose of the restriction is to decrease the amount of absorption in the stomach. Thus, with the decreased amount of food intake, weight loss is achieved.

With Malabsorptive surgery the digestive system path is shortened, this also decreases the amount of food intake thus causes weight loss

Gastric sleeve operation

Gastric sleeve surgery is a restrictive procedure. The surgeon removes a large part of the stomach, which creates a smaller, tubular stomach. The capacity of the new stomach is limited to around 100-150 ml, while a normal stomach has a volume of around two to three liters. Due to the small capacity of the new stomach, the patient can eat less and consequently reduces weight. Sleeve gastrectomy has become one of the standard operations in bariatric surgery in recent years. Due to the fact that the anatomy of the gastrointestinal tract remains, sleeve stomach reduction has several advantages over other operations and is suitable for a first operation.

Gastric bypass

Gastric bypass surgery is another very common operation. It is a restrictive malabsorptive operation, which for many years and still today is the most frequently performed operation for the treatment of obesity. With gastric bypass, or “Roux-en-Y gastric bypass”, as it was named after its developer Dr. César Roux is called, the stomach is made smaller and the length of the intestine shortened. Through an incision a few inches below the entrance to the stomach, most of the stomach is separated from the remaining gastric pouch. The small intestine is divided into two parts, with the lower part being closed to the stomach pouch. The lower part is then reattached to the upper part, where the food in the small intestine combines with the digestive juices of the bile and liver.

Transit bipartition

The transit bipartition according to Santoro (dt: “intestinal division”) is a new procedure for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. In addition to a standard sleeve stomach formation, a connection is established between the lower small intestine and the lower part of the stomach. Because some of the food goes the normal route, there is a considerable reduction in the symptoms of malabsorption.


The single anastomosis duodeno-ileal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy, or SADI-S for short, is also a new procedure that supplements the sleeve gastrectomy with a malabsorptive component.

This procedure is suitable as a second step in the case of severe obesity, if the sleeve gastrectomy has not yet brought the desired success.

The gastric band

Another restrictive procedure is the gastric band. By implanting the gastric band, the volume of the stomach is restricted by narrowing the opening to the remaining stomach and digestive tract. The gastric band is a kind of tube made of silicone and can be filled with liquid from the inside and thus stretched. The inner diameter of the tube changes with the filling status of the tube and it can control the passage from the forestomach into the remaining stomach from the outside. The gastric band shows a relatively high level of therapy failure, which is why we do not offer this procedure.


The gastric balloon

The gastric balloon is an endoscopic-interventional method and is therefore non-surgical. The gastric balloon is inserted orally into the stomach and filled with a sterile saline solution. The balloon takes up space in the stomach and the feeling of satiety is reached faster when eating food. The gastric balloon is removed after about six months. The gastric balloon is mainly used to prepare for surgery, in patients who have a particularly high risk of surgery due to their extreme obesity. We do not recommend this method of therapy as the risk of weight gain after removing the balloon is too great.

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