• Kamiloglu Hospital, Kyrenia, North Cyprus
  • Tel: +90 533 840 5188 (English), +90 533 860 2351 (Turkish) UK Contact Nos: +44 161 660 3318, +44 7804 804748
  • Email: info@gastricsurgeryabroad.com, cyprusobesity@gmail.com



Transports from airport to hospital and hotel will be arranged by our team if necessary. Contact us for detailed information.

Transports from airport to hospital and hotel will be arranged by our team if necessary. Contact us for detailed information.


Sleeve gastrectomy is a type of restrictive surgery that affects the integrity of the gastrointestinal tract amending its structure to evoke weight loss. The main goal of the surgery is to make the stomach smaller and in doing so limit food intake.


Combined gastric bypass surgery is called “combined” because not only the size of the stomach but also the length of the gastrointestinal tract is reduced. A small pouch (15–30 ml in volume) is formed from the upper part of the stomach.


The mini-gastric bypass procedure is restrictive and malabsorptive. This means that the procedure reduces the size of your stomach, restricting the amount you can eat. The procedure also reduces absorption of food by bypassing up to 6 feet of intestines.


The gastric balloon is considered one of the most preferred choices. The main reason why people tend to choose the gastric balloon is that it can be removed at any point of treatment. This is optional for those who want to prepare for the further bariatric surgery.

Top Surgeon

Dr. Varol Esatoglu is one of Cyprus top minimally invasive surgeons, specialized in Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery. Dr. Varol offers significant surgical expertise and advanced laparoscopic procedures in Cyprus. He had performed bariatric surgeries on a large number of high risk patients. He is fluent in English. For almost 10 years the surgeon is regularly working in Cyprus.

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Why Us?

One of the biggest surgical centres in the Cyprus
Half the price
24/7 personal assistance
Flexible date-wise
All English speaking staff
Ethics & responsibility
Beatiful country and fresh air

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Why Us?

Price includes; concultation, necessary health tests, bariatric surgery, anastesia, hospitalisation, devices, surgical stuff, 24/7 personal assistance during stay, hotel if needed, transfers to/from the airport, hotel and clinic, Dietary instructions after the surgery

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Why Us?
5 Year Follow-Up

• dietician's advice for 5 years after the surgery
• regular pre-planned on-line dietician's consultations
• regular follow-up with your customer service representative
• surgeon's advice for 5 years after the surgery
• booklet with all the necessary information concerning your new diet
• tips for motivation to keep you concentrated on your goal
• support from other weight loss surgery patients

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Why Us?

Bariatric surgery is the first step towards a slimmer and healthier you. There are quite a few further steps you will need to take to reach your goal. That is where long-term follow-up with your surgeon and dietician becomes very important. That is the reason we offer a 5-year follow-up with our surgeon and dietician to our weight loss surgery patients. 5-year follow-up is included in our standard surgery package.

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24/7 personal assistance during stay in

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About the BMI Calculator

Entering Your Information: The Body Mass Index Calculator can be used as a general gauge of how appropriate your body weight is for your height. By entering your current height and weight, you can assess if you are underweight, overweight or just right.
The BMI Calculator is based on data taken from middle-aged man and women. It may not be accurate for pregnant or nursing women, competitive athletes, and the elderly. The normal ranges for BMI in children are entirely different, and vary according to age and gender.

Are You a Candidate?

To be considered for bariatric surgery, you need to meet one of the following criteria:
• 100 lbs or more over ideal body weight or
• Have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 or greater or
• Have a BMI of 35 or greater with two or more obesity-related co-morbidities (complications) and failed non-surgical efforts at weight loss
Most candidates for bariatric surgery are between the ages of 18 and 55. People who have not yet tried traditional weight loss techniques are usually not candidates for bariatric surgery. Usually, you have to have tried and failed to lose weight using traditional methods.