Last fact-checked: 22 February 2020
Receive a breast enlargement in Kuala Lumpur to boost your cup size without breaking the bank. With the help of implants, you can get bigger breasts, with sufficient volume so that you can actually have a cleavage to show.
Medical Departures can help you find a trustworthy clinic or hospital in the Malaysian capital - keep reading to find out more.
Breast enlargement surgery is also called augmentation mammoplasty and popularly known as a "boob job". This surgical procedure involves the placement of implants, which come in different shapes and sizes and can be inserted through a choice of inconspicuous incision areas.
If you are planning to have children and want to breastfeed, it is still possible to have implants although do consult your surgeon about this beforehand.
Cosmetic surgery that is purportedly done for aesthetic purposes is not covered by medical insurance. And when you have to pay for it on your own, it can set you back by thousands of dollars. Cosmetic surgery is much more reasonably priced in Kuala Lumpur - plus you have the benefit of enjoying a holiday in Kuala Lumpur. Even taking into consideration flights and accommodation expenses, you are likely to save compared to having just a boob job at home.
Let's also not forget that Kuala Lumpur is an exciting place to visit with all the attractions of a big, modern city along with local culture and crafts. It has sightseeing options for all kinds of tourists ranging from nature parks and zoos to museums. You can also take a bus around the city or to nearby Singapore; visit Genting Highlands, which is known for its casinos, gambling and shows. It is worth noting that you should get your holiday in before your surgery, as you will need to rest afterward before flying back home.
Breast implants require complex surgical procedures and you don’t want to have a bad job done on your boobs. You really don’t know what you will be letting yourself in for if you book from any website as you have no means of verifying its claims or whether they have any affiliations with organizations, such as the Joint Commission International.
When you book through Medical Departures, however, you give yourself a much-needed safety net. We take the uncertainty out of the booking process since we have already carried out due diligence on the clinics and hospitals we list on our site. We ensure that the doctors are well qualified and professionally accreditated - with English-speaking staff working at the hospital or clinic.
Check out high-definition photos, surgeon profiles, location maps, patient reviews and more at these top clinics in KL for breast enlargements:
During breast enlargement surgery, you will be under general anesthesia while the surgeon operates. The operation can take an hour or more. The procedure begins with the surgeon making the required incisions and placing the implants and then suturing the skin back. In consultation with the doctor you will have already decided:
Most likely you will spend a night in the hospital for close monitoring but this isn't always required. After the surgery, you will have drains and bandages and later you will have to wear special surgical bras. You will also be taking antibiotics and painkillers. You can expect that you will rest for a week at least, though some women feel better faster.
In Kuala Lumpur, you'll pay a fraction of the price for surgery that you would do in Australia, with prices here between AUD 4,000 and AUD 5,500.
In Australia you can pay as much as three times as much, ranging from AUD 10,000 to AUD 15,000, depending on where you go. [Please note: these prices are approximate estimates based on international data, calculated at the time of writing.]
There is no time like the present to make your booking with Medical Departures. Our Customer Care Team is ready to answer all your queries and guide you through the booking process for your breast implants in Kuala Lumpur.
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