Breast Lift in Malaysia

The Ultimate Guide to Breast Lift in Malaysia

Considering a breast lift? In Malaysia you can save a lot with quality-checked clinics and surgeons when you book through Medical Departures.

When you are in your twenties, chances are that you had perky, tight breasts. If you now have sagging or drooping breasts or have loss of volume, a breast lift will help. After pregnancy, weight gain and weight loss cycles, nursing and the inevitable effects of gravity, breasts may go southwards. While underwire, push-up and high support bras can help for some time, when you look at yourself in the mirror, you may not like what you see.

If you want to get the perkiness back or get an uplift, you need to check out surgery. That is the only way to get younger looking breasts back. With breast lift surgery you can also get the breast shape corrected if you want.

Why should you think of breast lift in Malaysia?

There are three main reasons to opt for breast lift in Malaysia:

It’s cheaper.
Surgeons are well qualified.
You also get to have a holiday in Malaysia.

Affordability is a major factor in cosmetic surgery procedures that are not covered by medical insurance. When you have to pay out of your pocket it suddenly seems like a great deal of money for what is seen as vanity. In Malaysia surgery is so much cheaper because of the variance in the cost of living. However, the doctors here are well qualified and have often done some of their certifications in western countries like the US and the UK. They also know English and many are Joint Commission International accredited.

You can also combine a breast lift surgery with a holiday in Malaysia, a beautiful country and a major tourist destination. You get to see a new country and enjoy the history, culture and tourist attractions there. Malaysia is also known for its food and shopping and the lifestyle here is very different since places are open till late at night and on holidays as well.

Is it not easy enough to book on your own?

When you use a search engine, you get many hits on clinics in Malaysia that all seem very good. However, you really have no assurances as to the veracity of the claims. When you book through Medical Departures you have all the assurances in place. We check out the place, the staff, the credentials of the doctors, the fact that they speak English. We also conduct patient interviews post surgery so that you have an additional safety factor.

You should use Medical Departures so that you are sure that you are taking the right step when undergoing surgery abroad. Clinics that don’t meet our standards don’t make it to our list.

How much time does the surgery take and what is the downtime?

There are different techniques for breast lift surgery. The surgeon can cut around the nipple area or around the aureole along with a vertical scar or three different cuts. All these have their pros and cons and depend on your current shape and size and what you want to achieve post surgery. The surgery is done under general anesthesia and takes two to three hours. You may have to stay in hospital overnight.

You will have tight dressing after the surgery and later have to wear support bras till your breasts heal. You will probably need two weeks post surgery to recover enough to go back to work, though strenuous activities will be restricted. Snitches, if used, will be removed in 10-15 days or doctor may use stitches that dissolve. The scars will take time till they fade somewhat, though the doctor may position them so that they are less visible.

What is the cost of breast lift in Malaysia?

In Malaysia breast lift surgery will cost upwards of AUD 3,000. If you have implants or reduction at the same time, the cost will be higher. In Australia it will cost you AUD 6,000 to AUD 10,000, double or more than triple the cost of the surgery in Malaysia.

What now?

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(Image by: Zukiman Mohamad)