Last fact-checked: 12 October 2020
Looking at a breast revision in the Philippines? Do it for less at one of Medical Departures' fully background-checked clinics in this attractive Southeast Asian nation that's easily accessible from most parts of Asia and Australasia.
Breast revision surgery addresses problems that have arisen after previous breast augmentation with implants. Such issues include:
After breast revision surgery, you will find that your breasts look and feel more natural and you will be happier with the size of the breasts (if you have had them reduced or further enhanced).
If you have already had breast augmentation surgery by way of implants and want to remove or replace them, then why not combine it with a holiday in this beautiful part of the world?
Cost is a major factor to consider when travelling abroad, especially as this surgery is often more complex than the original augmentation procedure. As it is still considered a type of elective surgery (in most cases), you have to pay for it out of your own pocket and this can be quite expensive. In the Philippines, the cost of the surgery is much less so you save a great deal even taking into account travel expenses.
If time is on your side, it's also possible to make the most of your time here in the Philippines and explore the country a little, either by domestic flight or ferry. Besides the vibrant capital of Manila, there are a plethora of tourist destinations waiting to be discovered, including Cebu, El Nido and Boracay. Here is some island-hopping inspiration for your trip.
It should be noted that breast revision surgery can be done in the Philippines regardless of where you had the original surgery.
It is important that you select the right medical facility and a good doctor who is skilled and experienced in breast revision surgeries. That is because this procedure is more complex than the initial surgery.
For greater safety and an assured best price guarantee, book through Medical Departures. We carry out in-depth investigations into the qualifications, skill and experience of their doctors, check their accreditations and even their background. We also see that the hospitals and clinics we list on our website have the right ambience and amenities and use the latest technology and devices.
We also ensure that staff and surgeons at our partner clinics speak English, so you won't have any communication problems; that said, this is not so much of an issue in the Philippines as English is widely spoken by most of the population.
The time taken for breast revision surgery will be dependent on the kind of work required; for instance, only a simple change of implants may be needed or there may be more extensive work required. It can take from as little as one hour to as much as four hours.
Again depending on the work required, your doctor may want to use general or local anaesthesia for breast revision surgery. Generally, patients are able to leave the medical facility shortly afterwards, although you may want to stay overnight in case you need monitoring.
Following the surgery:
In the Philippines, you can expect to pay between AUD 3,500 to AUD 5,500 depending on the city and the doctor. In Australia, the price for this surgery ranges from AUD 5,000 to AUD 15,000.
Please note that these are approximate averages at the time of writing. See our listings below to compare more up-to-date prices, as well as clinic photos, surgeon profiles and past patient reviews:
If you are interested in having breast revision surgery in the Philippines, book now with Medical Departures. You can schedule an appointment through our site or connect with our Customer Care Team who can guide you with the booking process and answer all your queries.
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