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Weight Loss with Lap Band Surgery in Las Vegas

Why Las Vegas ? Las Vegas is known to be the “entertainment capital of the world.”  It is a big gambling and shopping destination, but the place also offers some good healthcare options. Weight loss surgery in Las Vegas can be of benefit to medical tourists, who are looking for affordable options in surgical weight loss. Lap band […]

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Dental Crowns and Bridges in Los Algodones – Mexico

For Americans without dental insurance, getting crowns and bridges can be extremely expensive. According to the American Dental  Association, 69% of adults are missing one or more teeth. Getting your dental crowns and bridges in Los Algodones, a quaint little town just across the border in Mexico can be a huge cost saver. Moreover, the […]

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Laparoscopic Greater Curvature Plication

Laparoscopic greater curvature plication is a relatively new restrictive weight loss surgery gaining popularity among patients suffering from morbid obesity. The operation is comparable to existing bariatric surgeries in terms of weight loss results at a lower cost and with lesser post-operative complications. Gastric plication reduces stomach volume and thus assists in weight loss by […]

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Affordable Weight Loss Surgery

Weight loss surgery is sometimes the only hope for some people. But several health insurances don’t exactly cover their costs, and affordable weight loss surgery is not something you can easily get in developed nations. In the UK, for example, NHS and obesity surgery don’t go hand in hand – the NHS only handles less […]

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Gastric Bypass Revision to StomaphyX

The long-term results of gastric bypass surgery, like those of any other weight loss surgery, are dependent to quite an extent on the patient. If a patient doesn’t adhere to a strict low-calorie gastric bypass diet, chances are the weight will come back. According to the University of California, 20% of the 100,000 gastric bypass […]

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