Weight loss Surgery Abroad

Gastric bypass

Surgery during which the stomach is bypassed, thus substantially decreasing the food intake. In turn the patient experiences early sensation of fullness. It also helps treating diabetes and many other obesity related diseases. Read more »

  • Duration – 90 minutes;
  • Hospital stay – 3-5 days;
  • Weight loss – 65%-80%.
Our price in €
Weight loss Surgery Abroad

Gastric sleeve

During the surgery part of stomach is excised and it takes a shape of a sleeve. This allows the patient to feel full with less food intake. The main advantage of the procedure is no risk of malnutrition and dumping syndrome. Read more »

  • Duration – 2 hours;
  • Hospital stay  – 3-5 days;
  • Weight loss – 30%-60%.
Our price in €
Weight-loss Surgery Abroad

Gastric band

Adjustable gastric band (ring) is used during the surgery. Gastric band reduces the size of the stomach and thus less food is required to make you feel full. This is the least invasive method of weight loss surgery abroad. Read more »

  • Duration – 40 minutes;
  • Hospital stay – 2-3 days;
  • Weight loss – up to 65%.
Our price in €

The price includes:

  • All the surgical and medical costs;
  • Stay in our JCI-certified hospital with meals 5 times / day;
  • Pick up/drop off at the airport, transportation in Lithuania;
  • Phone + Lithuanian SIM card for unlimited calls in Lithuania;
  • 24/7 assistance in Lithuania in case something is needed;
  • Help with after-care and insurance of €100000 / £88,945.
JCI golden seal
Our private hospital Kardiolita – is the only Joint Commission International certified medical facility in the Baltics. It has long-term experience in treating international patients, as well as working with doctors, medical institutions and insurance companies abroad:
  • +15 years of exceptional health care and personal attention to every patient;
  • Employs 190 highly qualified doctors with international experience and excellence in more than 45 medical areas;
  • state-of-art equipment and laboratory, which allow the most advanced methods for diagnostics and treatment.
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