Leading Tijuana Bariatric Surgeon Joins Mexico Bariatric Services Network
Dr. Luis Cazares, one of the best bariatric surgeons in Tijuana, partners with MBS.
Dr. Luis Cazares practices in Tijuana, Mexico with his team of professionals who assist him through his successful surgeries. He has a Diploma in Metabolic Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery and is certified by IFSO and Mexican Council of General Surgery. He can perform a wide range of bariatric surgeries including Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass, Mini Gastric Bypass, Gastric Single Incision, which makes him one of the best bariatric surgeons in Mexico.
The bariatric surgeon performs his surgeries at Oasis of Hope, which is located near the beach (Playas de Tijuana). MBS' partner hospital, Oasis of Hope has a shining record of impeccable hygiene, top-notch equipment, on-site lab, cafeteria and hotel on the top floor. It is 25 minutes by road from the San Diego International Airport (IATA: SAN). Mexico Bariatric Services has a free shuttle service that picks up and drops patients to the airport.
Tijuana is one of the most popular destinations for bariatric surgery, especially for Gastric Sleeve in Mexico. MBS has affordable and all-inclusive packages for Gastric Sleeve in Tijuana starting at $3,995. Patients who want to spend some tourist time in Mexico can upgrade their plans for a guided tour of the city.
Contrary to popular belief, Tijuana is quite safe. Life every big city, it has its safe and unsafe parts. MBS takes its clients' safety very seriously and has its facilities in the safest parts of Tijuana.
Medical tourism for weight loss surgery in Tijuana is seeing a positive upward curve. Patients can save up to 70% on the cost of weight loss surgery.
Traveling to Tijuana
MBS has a free shuttle service from the airport to Oasis of Hope and back. Patients who wish to drive into Mexico using their private vehicles need to acquire Mexican car insurance.
Patients can either fly to the Tijuana International Airport (IATA: TIJ) or drive to Tijuana. They also have the option of flying to San Diego International Airport (IATA: SAN) and driving down from there. Everyone from the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia has to acquire a Forma Migratoria Multiple (tourist card) before entry into Mexico for a duration of up to 180 days.
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