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Laparoscopic Solutions

Gallbladder Surgery and Inguinal Hernia Surgery

At Laparoscopic Solutions we are dedicated to providing first class surgical treatment for patients without health insurance or to those whose insurance company is not willing to cover their procedure, as well as those who simply want to skip all the hassle of the authorization process.

Our goal is to help patients who have had trouble finding the care they need in their city or country. Or they are simply looking for a better option in terms of cost with the same quality of care. Our state of the art facilities, professional staff and modern technology enables us to deliver American health care standards at lower prices.

Dr Rosales has performed thousands of laparoscopic general and bariatric surgery procedures over the last 11 years. His main focus is:

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American health care standards at Mexican price

As well as top-notch medical care, you get financial peace of mind when you choose us because here at LaparoscopicSolutions we have a fixed price policy. This means you know the total cost in advance.

You will suffer no financial aftershocks because we commit to a fixed price. And there are no hidden fees. Ground transportation is provided for you also, at no extra cost.

Patient well being and excellent outcomes at an affordable cost — that is the primary focus of the Laparoscopic Solutions staff. In order to achieve this, the care provided (and our bedside manners) will be the best you could ask for yourself or your family member. The fact that we offer lower prices does not mean we don’t offer a complete and thorough preoperative evaluation for your safety.

If you want to learn why these procedures are more affordable with us, even though the medical supplies and technology used are the same as used in the USA, please read Why Us?

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FAQ

What is laparoscopic surgery?

It’s a revolutionary and well established surgical approach by which surgery is performed through tiny incisions in the abdominal wall to introduce a long special camera and instruments through them.

Will I need to be under general anesthesia?

Yes, almost every laparoscopic procedure is done under general anaesthesia and it is actually for your safety.

Will I have adverse reactions to the anesthesia?

No, unless you have a specific known allergy to the medications used for it, you won’t have any relevant undesired reaction.

How many incisions are required?

Depends on the procedure, but usually, the number goes from 3 to 5 abdominal incisions, the majority of them of 5 millimeters (0.2 of an inch), and the biggest ones of 12 millimeters (0.47 of an inch).