Cost and Finance
How much is the non-surgical sleeve (ESG)?
The price for an ESG may vary depending on location and medical history. The price is very similar to that for the surgical sleeve. This reflects the fact that hospital, surgeon and anaesthetist costs are the same.
There are two finance plans available to help you fund your procedure**. There is a plan that enables you to borrow most of the price and repay over a period of up to 4 years, and a short-term plan that enables you to borrow a smaller amount and repay over 12 months. The longer-term plan is interest bearing at a representative APR of 14.9%. The short-term plan however is completely free of interest and fees. See more details of these finance plans below.
Interest FREE optionDefer £2k of your procedure fee
- Defer £2,000 of your fee
- Pay back over 12 months
- No credit check, UK residents only
- 0% interest
This plan is aimed at people who want to finance just a small part of their gastric sleeve fee. You can defer up to £2000 of the fee with this plan. It is repayable over 12 months in equal instalments† and is free of interest and charges. To be eligible you need to be working and be living in the UK.
Full finance optionSpread the full cost of your procedure
- £999 deposit required
- Spread full cost over 4 years
- Manageable instalments
- Representative 14.9% APR
Under this plan you can borrow up to the full amount of your procedure*. You can apply to borrow over a term of up to 4 years and you’ll pay interest at a representative APR of 14.9%. The loan would be made by our lending partner AfforditNOW.
* Monthly Deferred Instalments will be collected via Direct Debit or Credit/Debit cards. Terms and conditions relating to these recurring payments are included within the credit agreement and procedure terms and conditions supplied at the time of booking.
** Finance subject to individual status and UK residence. Terms and conditions apply. Healthier Weight is a trading name of Weight to Go Limited (WTG) which is a registered credit broker and not a lender. Finance examples assume a 4-year repayment period.