Last fact-checked: 28 August 2020
Unhappy with your small breasts? You can go up a cup size or two with affordable breast enlargement in Malaysia. Also referred to as breast augmentation (or informally, a “boob job”), this common procedure usually involves the placement of implants to increase size, enhance shape, as well as boost your confidence.
By flying to this alluring Southeast Asian country, you’ll save on the costs of getting bigger boobs while enjoying an exotic break. Discover quality-checked clinics, hospitals and surgeons with Medical Departures.
Malaysia is a popular medical tourism destination with world-class medical facilities, many of which are Joint Commission International-accredited. You won’t feel short-changed when you undergo breast enlargement in Malaysia and you will save a great deal of money as well. It is also a beautiful country to visit for its natural beauty, its culture, its climate, its people and its cuisine combines the best of the modern world while keeping its Old World charm. It is also easily accessible from Australia as major airlines fly there.
You can enjoy a holiday before the surgery or choose to recuperate in Malaysia for a few days post-surgery—or you can do both! Doctors at Malaysia's best hospitals and clinics have the necessary credentials, they know English and enjoy well-established reputations.
Breast enlargement is increasingly popular and commonplace; thanks to the worldwide desire for a curvy figure, this procedure is among the most-performed. The shape and size of your breasts can be altered according to your requirements and depending on your present figure. You will be able to flaunt a sexy figure and it is entirely possible that your sex life will improve.
Booking through Medical Departures means you can be assured that we have verified doctor certifications, degrees and experience, quality of the staff, the facility itself and conducted patient interviews post-surgery.
You can also check out our authenticated patient reviews of each facility posted to our site, all the more reason for you to book through us. Get started with these recommended clinics in Malaysia for breast enlargement:
Breast enlargement surgery can take between one and two hours and is performed under general anesthesia. The nature of the procedure depends on your current size, the kind of implants to be used and your health. Your specialist and you will consult beforehand and agree on the treatment plan. You may be kept overnight at the hospital for monitoring, or you may be released as an outpatient.
The sites of the incisions will be pre-mapped by your doctor, along with the kind of implants that are right for you. In most cases, implants can result in a two-cup-size increase. Read more about the potential implant incision areas here.
You can select from implants made of saline, silicone or composite material. Each has its own pros and cons.
Things to note about your recovery:
You will be given painkillers and have drains put along with bandages.
Later, you will have to use special surgical bras.
You will be able to resume work in about one or two weeks, depending on how you feel.
Full recovery may take more than six weeks.
This cosmetic surgery procedure is not covered by medical insurance, and in Australia, it can cost as much as AUD 10,000 to AUD 20,000.
However, if you book surgery at one of our clinics in Malaysia, you can expect to pay in the region of AUD 4,000 to AUD 5,500—less than a quarter of the price. [Please note: these prices are approximate estimates based on international data, calculated at the time of writing. Please check our clinics' listings for accurate pricing.]
Take a look at our verified Malaysian clinics and compare prices. Then speak to our Customer Care Team about breast enlargements in Malaysia. Book your free appointment through Medical Departures to guarantee the best prices online.
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