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MacHealers is your dedicated partner, specializing in health tourism in Türkiye. We connect global individuals with top-notch healthcare in İstanbul, ensuring a seamless, personalized, and successful well-being journey.

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Gastric Botox is a non-surgical procedure where Botox (Botulinum Toxin A) is injected into the stomach muscles. This injection slows down the muscle movements, making one feel full for a more extended period, thereby reducing food intake and aiding in weight loss.

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Sleeve Gastrectomy, a form of bariatric surgery, involves the removal of a significant portion of the stomach, leaving a tube-like segment. This approach aims to reduce the stomach's capacity and, consequently, the amount of food an individual can consume. By restricting the stomach's size, Sleeve Gastrectomy plays a pivotal role in weight management and overall health improvement.

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Gastric Bypass surgery, also known as Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass, is a procedure that involves both restrictive and malabsorptive elements. The surgery aims to reduce stomach capacity and modify the digestive process to promote weight loss and health improvement.

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The Gastric Balloon, also known as intragastric balloon, is a minimally invasive procedure designed to promote weight loss by reducing the capacity of the stomach and inducing a feeling of fullness. This temporary solution can serve as a powerful tool to jumpstart one's weight loss journey.

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The Transit Bipartition is a type of bariatric surgery that combines two distinct procedures: the Sleeve Gastrectomy and the Duodenal Switch. It's important to note that this surgery is generally reserved for individuals with severe obesity or those who have not achieved sufficient weight loss through non-surgical methods.

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All procedures includes: Treatment, Post Operative Medication, Pre & Post Consultation, Tests & Analysis.

The cost of operations can vary depending on the type of procedure performed and any additional treatments that may be added.

The cost of the hotel you choose with us will be reflected in the invoice. Depending on the type of surgery, the number of days you will stay is multiplied by the daily hotel pricing. Please note, for certain procedures, hotel stays may not be required as all resting and recovery happens in the hospital. Hotel prices vary depending on your choice and are typically between $50-$60 per day.

We can assist you in securing your round-trip flight to and from Turkey! While flights are operated by Turkish Airlines, the pricing varies based on your choice of economy or business class and your departure country. Please note that flight prices are not included, and clients are responsible for purchasing their own tickets.


  • Procedures in Türkiye can cost up to 80% less than in many other countries. While one might associate "low cost" with lesser quality, the reality is largely attributed to Türkiye's economic dynamics.
  • The living expenses in Türkiye are significantly lower than in places like the UK, US, or Europe. Over time, the quality of health tourism in Türkiye has seen commendable growth.
  • For international patients, the relatively low prices of medical procedures are influenced by the exchange rate and the depreciation of the Turkish Lira, which has seen a drop of about 400% against the US dollar over the past 4 years.
  • Moreover, the competitive nature of the health tourism sector in Türkiye further drives down the costs, making medical care more accessible.

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Frequently Asked Questions


> What Defines Obesity?
Obesity is defined as excessive weight gain as a result of an increase in body fat compared to lean body mass. When the daily energy need, which varies according to the age, gender, physiological characteristics and genetic structure of the person, is more than the energy spent, there rises the risk of far storage in the body. This situation can cause obesity.

According to the World Health Organization, obesity, which is defined as the accumulation of fat in the body to the extent that it harms health, both negatively affects the quality of life of the person and increases the risk of the formation of future disorders. Obesity is the increase of adipose tissue more than 25% which should be between 15% and 18% in adult men, and more than 30%, which should be between 20% and 25% in adult women.
> Causes of Obesity
  • Poor eating habits
  • Excessive calorie intake
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Age
  • Hormonal factors
  • Gender
  • Genetics
  • Psychological state of the individual
  • Cultural differences
  • Alcohol and tobacco consumption
  • Inappropriate implementation of low-calorie and restrictive diets at frequent intervals
> What Are The Signs of Obesity?
The main symptoms of obesity can be listed as follows;

  • Sleeping disorders
  • Excessive sweating
  • Breathing problem
  • Increase in appetite
  • Snoring
  • Fatigability
  • Swelling in the feet
  • Back pains
  • Increased lubrication in the abdomen and waist area
> What is Obesity Surgery?
Obesity surgery is a type of surgical procedure performed to assist overweight or obese individuals in losing weight. Among the types of surgeries are gastric bypass surgeries, gastric sleeve surgeries, and biliopancreatic diversion surgeries.
> Is Obesity Surgery Risky?
Obesity surgery, like any surgical procedure, involves risks. However, the risks of the surgery can vary based on the patient's condition, the chosen type of surgery, and the surgeon's experience. Some risks associated with obesity surgery may include: bleeding, infection, anesthesia complications, blood clotting, lung or heart problems, nutritional deficiencies, wound healing issues, hernia, intestinal obstruction. Therefore, it is important for anyone considering obesity surgery to first consult with an obesity surgeon, understand the risks and benefits, and follow the doctor's recommendations before and after the surgery.
> How is Obesity Surgery Performed?
Obesity surgery is usually performed using the laparoscopic surgical method. In this method, small incisions are made in the abdominal wall using a small camera and special tools, and the surgery is performed.
> How Long Does Obesity Surgery Take?
The duration of obesity surgery can vary depending on the type of surgery and the patient's condition. However, it generally takes between 1 to 4 hours.
> How Long is the Recovery Process After Obesity Surgery?
The recovery process after obesity surgery can vary depending on the type of surgery and the patient's condition. However, it generally takes between 2 to 6 weeks.

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Are you in the healthy range? Use this tool to calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index) now to know your risk for obesity-related diseases. BMI uses weight and height to estimate body fat. A high BMI is associated with an increased risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. BMI provides a reasonable estimate of body fat for most people.

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