Facelift in Johor Bahru

The Ultimate Guide to Facelift in Johor Bahru

Last fact-checked: 5 October 2020

Discover affordable facelifts in Johor Bahru and book with Medical Departures to secure the best prices online.

A stone’s throw from Singapore – "JB" as it's known is an easily accessible destination for international travellers who can fly here directly, take a 10-minute train journey from Singapore or travel internally from Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital. 

Why Consider Undergoing a Facelift in Johor Bahru?

Johor Bahru is the economic centre of Johor state and a modern city with all the services 21st-century travellers need and expect. From air-conditioned shopping malls to international hotels, fine dining experiences, as well as golf courses and a 25 kilometre stretch of recreational waterfront at Danga Bay, there is more than enough to keep visitors content for the duration of their stay.

The city is also convenient for medical visitors to Malaysia who want to take in more of the country and its many attractive tourist locations, or head to other nearby countries, including Singapore and Indonesia.

Patients considering facelifts in Johor Bahru can feel confident in their choice when booking through Medical Departures; our partner medical facilities here are of a high standard and that there are a good number of facelift experts who are well trained and highly qualified. 

Medical Departures carries out a series of background checks on all of the facilities you see listed on our site. This includes on-site visits, confirming doctor qualifications and professional memberships. We also provide real patient reviews and high-definition photos on our site of the clinics.

What Is the Procedure for a Facelift and How Long Does it Take?

The facelift procedure varies as it depends on the nature of the work that is being done – it can take only a couple of hours, but it can also take six or more for more complex procedures.

There are various techniques for facelifts, any one of which can be undertaken, depending on your surgeon’s own preferences and your own particular circumstances.

In general, incisions are made in the skin, usually around the temple and behind the ears; this allows the surgeon to access the structures of the face, neck and forehead and leaving minimal hidden scarring.

The surgeon works by tightening and repositioning the ligaments and muscles beneath the skin, removing loose skin and tissue, pulling everything taut and reaffixing it.

The procedure may also involve facial liposuction, a neck lift and dermal fillers to provide additional volume

What Does the Recovery Entail?

  • After a facelift, you will be swollen and bruised and your face will feel tight.
  • It may take some weeks before you start to feel yourself again, although this may only be days if you have had a mini-lift.
  • Your surgeon will let you know when you are able to wash your hair and perform other routine tasks.
  • Bending should be avoided and lying on your back in an elevated position will more likely be the most comfortable option for sleeping.
  • You should take things slowly and avoid strenuous activities for at least six weeks.

How Much Can I Save on a Facelift in Johor Bahru Compared to Australia?

Facelifts in Johor Bahru are typically less than 50% of the price they are in Australia, for example.

For more precise prices, as well as photos, past patient reviews and booking details, take a look at these highly-rated clinics in Johor Bahru for facelifts:

What Next?

Find out more about our surgeons in JB and see how much you can save in Malaysia.

If you’re ready to book a facelift in Johor Bahru, see below for ways to arrange an appointment. It's also free to get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you have any questions or want assistance with the booking process. 

Sources:

Want A Face Lift? Here Are 10 Tips. WebMD. 2020. https://www.webmd.com/beauty/features/face-lift-ten-tips#1

What types of dermal fillers are available? American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Website accessed: 5 October 2020. https://www.plasticsurgery.org/cosmetic-procedures/dermal-fillers/types

The Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC). Website accessed: 5 October 2020. https://www.mhtc.org.my/

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