Bariatric Revision Surgery in Tijuana: Bariatrics MX

If your first surgery did not deliver the results you expected or you wish to reverse it, you probably qualify for a bariatric revision surgery in Tijuana.

Bariatric Revision Surgery

A revision surgery is the set of procedures focused on correcting or finishing a previously performed surgery. The reasons why a bariatric surgery does not deliver the desired results are as varied as the people who have this type of procedures. When someone has morbid obesity, the priority is to improve the quality of life.

Dr. Mario Camelo, Certified Specialist

It is necessary to undergo rigorous tests to know the reason why the first intervention did not take effect, before performing the second one. However, a bariatric revision surgery is a minor outpatient surgery, with less risk and a shorter recovery time.

You have not failed yet

When visiting your surgeon, you have to take into account that surgeons have to carefully analyze the state and procedure used in your first surgery. Remember that not all bariatric surgeons are prepared to perform, assess and/or approve this type of procedure, but an expert as Dr. Mario Camelo is.

Reasons why you would need a revision surgery:

Your stomach is dilated again

Our organs are elastic and malleable, and—although not common —there is a small chance your stomach gets bigger after a gastric sleeve or gastric bypass surgery.

To correct or change a bariatric method

When there is a complication or the patient wants to change or reverse a bariatric surgery.

Identify the real cause of your obesity

The cause of obesity is not as obvious as most people think it is, the surgery will not make you lose weight if there is another condition interfering. Do not hesitate in consulting with your doctor so that you work together with an endocrinologist, psychologist or nutritionist.

Revision Surgery $5,200

Normal cost $6,100

Dr. Mario Camelo Fee
Anesthesiologist Fee
Hospital Fee
2 Hours Surgery
3 Nights Hotel
2 Nights in Hospital

Blood Work/Testing
Electrocardiogram
Physical Evaluation
Ground Transportation
Post-op Follow Up Calls
Pain Medicine & Antibiotics
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bariatric Revision Surgery

Since this is a corrective surgery where a patient presents discomfort, an adverse effect, or the results are not the expected ones, only a bariatric surgeon expert is qualified to assess each case in a particular way.

Corrective surgeries are mostly minor procedures, less painful and with less probabilities of having adverse effects.

When all obesity causes are solved, the success rate is 90%, and it is very important for the patient to only listen to the real experts with current certifications. This subject has an enormous amount of alarming myths that should not be listened to; that is the real danger.

Most bariatric revision surgeries are outpatient, so it is not necessary to be hospitalized after the surgery. However, the recovery time can only be determined by the doctor, depending on each case.

Know your BMI, select your measurement system, put your data and you’re done.

It’s important to know your Body Mass Index (BMI) to see if you qualify for bariatric surgery.

Your BMI score is:
Note: If your BMI score is 30 or higher you are surgery approved.