Want to increase the size of small breasts with breast augmentation? In Malaysia our quality-checked doctors can help you achieve the look you want, at a fraction of the cost you’d pay at home.
You may have always wanted a curvy figure to fill out a bra and show some cleavage and a breast augmentation can do just that. After all, push-up bras, padded bras and bra liners can only do so much. When you look at your body in the mirror, you know what it is that you actually have.
Medically the procedure is called augmentation mammoplasty and in popular lingo it is known as a boob job. When you always wanted to have a bigger chest, or you have feelings of low self esteem thanks to your size, you can opt for plastic surgery to get bigger boobs. Getting a boob job done can also help counteract the effects of gravity, sagging or the loss of perkiness after pregnancy and breast feeding.
Malaysia is a great tourist destination, popularized by tourists from all over the world. It is also known for its superior medical facilities that make it a hub of medical tourism. It has great climate throughout the year, lots of attractions including forests and reserves, an eclectic nightlife with places open till early in the morning. It is also known for its ethnic local shopping and world class shopping malls. It is well known for local cuisine and also Asian and pan-Asian food as well as international cuisine.
You can book a holiday in Malaysia and easily spend a week or two here. And you can also have your breast augmentation surgery after your holiday, or you may want to recuperate in this country for some time before you head back home. It has world class hospitals and clinics that offer a high standard of medical care and everyone speaks English, so there is no communication problem.
On websites, you have to go by whatever information that is put up there for you to see. You do not check out the places or doctors on your own. If you book through Medical Departures, however, you can be sure that we have done your homework for you. We make sure that the doctors have the proper accreditations, are well qualified and experienced and speak English. In fact, the majority of doctors have either done their complete medical qualifications from western countries or done some certifications, and many will be Joint Commission International accredited.
We also make sure that the medical facilities are up to the mark in terms of equipment and hygiene and ascertain the ambience. We may conduct patient interviews post surgery to put an additional safety factor in place.
Breast augmentation surgery entails the use of implants. The surgeon makes incisions in various parts of the breasts, puts in the implants and sutures them together. Often the nipples and aureole also need to be positioned properly. The surgery takes two to three hours and is done under general anesthesia.
There are different implants available and you can select the kind you want in consultation with the doctor. The implants may be made of saline, silicone or composite material. The shape and size also vary and you should also have some idea of the results you can expect. On an average, the breast size can increase by two cups, though if you want bigger boobs, you can talk to the doctor about it. Also, if you still need to breastfeed, you let the doctor know about it as he has to do the surgery in a particular way so that this is possible.
Recovery can take three to six weeks, but you should be able to resume most normal activities after two weeks, though you will have certain restrictions. You will also have to wear special bras during this period.
In Australia breast augmentation can cost between AUD $10,000 and AUD $15,000, a sum that is not easily affordable. In Malaysia, however, similar surgery will cost a fraction of the price at arund AUD $5,000. You can get those curves at a reasonable price.
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