Last fact-checked: 14 February 2020
A butt lift in Malaysia could be the answer if you’re eager to get a fuller figure without breaking the bank on this often-expensive procedure back home.
If you want a curvier bottom, or your butt is sagging for any other reason (think post-pregnancy or weight loss), you may be a good candidate for a butt lift procedure, which is technically called belt lipectomy and sometimes known as a Brazilian butt lift.
Medical Departures can help you find a quality-checked surgeon and save thousands.
Malaysia is a premier tourist destination in Asia and well connected with Australia, as well as most major cities around the world. It has a lot to offer the traditional tourist in terms of beaches, cultural and historic sites, value for money shopping, food and dining options. The cost of living here is much less and so medical procedures are very affordable.
It is home to well-known hospitals and medical centers and the quality of medical care here is excellent, with many facilities having Joint Commission International accreditations. Most doctors have some, if not all, certifications from western countries and are well qualified. The quality of nursing staff, hospital amenities and other aspects make Malaysia a popular medical tourism destination.
It may seem easy enough to buy products when doing online shopping and hope for a good experience since buying is cheaper and most websites have a return policy on goods. However, when selecting a trusted clinic for a medical procedure (and seeing which one is most cost-effective), you simply cannot forget that your body and overall health are at stake. All said and done, cosmetic surgery is major surgery.
When you book through Medical Departures, we always check out the credentials on the doctors, the equipment and amenities in the place and also conduct patient interviews post-surgery to make sure everything is on the level. We never list clinics that don’t meet our standards, so that there is a safety factor in place when you book through Medical Departures.
Get started now with these top clinics for butt lifts in Malaysia:
This will all depend on the specific method used, for instance, you can opt for:
A simple butt lift which will tighten and uplift the area—this is a good choice if you already have enough fat and volume.
A Brazilian butt lift where fat is removed from fatty areas of your body, purified and injected into your butt so that the cheeks are lifted and look curvier.
Implants—if you don’t have volume in your butt cheeks.
The actual surgery time ranges from one to five hours. It is carried out under general anesthesia and normally involves an overnight stay in the hospital, though you may need to stay for a night or two.
Butt lift surgery is a major procedure. You may have to take up to two weeks off if you have a lot of discomfort. You should keep in mind that sitting may be difficult for some time and you may have to sleep on your stomach. You will also have to wear special compression garments for a few weeks. As the results begin to show, you will realize that it is worth it.
Insurance companies around the world don’t pay for elective cosmetic surgeries like this. So, in Australia for example, you can expect to pay anything between AUD 10,000 and AUD 20,000, depending on the type of surgery (i.e. implants or fat transfer), as well as where you get it done.
In Malaysia, butt lift surgery starts at a mere AUD 2,000—representing a whopping saving of 80% (before travel expenses).
Discover our full list of quality-checked clinics and surgeons for this surgery in Malaysia.
Book your appointment by following the links below, or get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions about butt lifts in Malaysia.
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