Obesity treatment

Our company Future Clinic provides high-quality obesity treatment service in Turkey. This service is mainly directed to those who want to lose weight quickly and effectively, and those who suffer from excessive obesity. It also provides many options for patients, including:

  1. Gastric bypass operations.
  2. Gastric sleeve.
  3. Gastric balloon.
  4. Stomach botox.

This is done through specialized doctors with extensive experience in this field, and in the best licensed hospitals in Turkey.

Why treat obesity in Türkiye?

Turkey is considered one of the world’s most famous countries for treating obesity and liposuction. This is due to its distinguished healthcare sector, which has an advanced and sophisticated infrastructure, which makes there many options for patients, starting from hospitals equipped with the latest technologies, all the way to specialized medical centers, and this All combined with the competitive prices that are offered.لذلك، إن علاج السمنة في تركيا خيارًا مثاليًا لكل من يسعى إلى التخلص من السمنة المفرطة، أو فقدان الوزن بفعالية وأمان بناءً على معايير العلاج العالمية، وعند اختيار Future Clinic للحصول على هذه الخدمة، يحظى المرضى برحلة علاجية متكاملة من لحظة وصولهم إلى تركيا وحتى مغادرتها.

Frequently asked questions about obesity treatment

What is the difference between obesity and morbid obesity?

Morbid obesity is defined as an advanced and severe state of obesity, meaning that the weight is extremely high. Also, when the body mass index is between 25 and 29.9, it is considered overweight, while when it is between 30 and 34.9, it is considered obesity. If the values exceed 35, this is considered an indication of morbid obesity.

How do I know if I am obese?

This depends largely on calculating the body mass index. The index can also be calculated by dividing weight by the square of height. Then, a BMI value that exceeds 35 is evidence of morbid obesity.

What are the psychological harms of excessive obesity?

Obesity is one of the most common causes of depression, as significant weight gain weakens self-confidence and causes low self-esteem, which increases the risk of depression up to 55% for people with severe obesity.

What is the best treatment for morbid obesity?

Treatment of excessive obesity depends mainly on its severity and the patient’s health condition. The best and healthiest way to treat this obesity is to adhere to a healthy diet and commit to exercising regularly. Surgery may be an ideal solution if other methods do not work.