Get affordable nose correction abroad in Malaysia. You can get a rhinoplasty in Johor Bharu, the country’s second largest city, for a fraction of the price you’d pay at home – and make enough savings to enjoy a fabulous holiday.
If you are seriously considering rhinoplasty it’s likely that you’ve thought about it for a long time, rather than rushing into it. But there are still some things you should bear in mind before you have the procedure done, particularly if you are going abroad.
If you’re getting nose surgery, a prominent feature on your face, you should do your homework to make sure you find a good surgeon and clinic. Don’t be afraid to ask questions to help you come to a decision. Any good surgeon should be more than happy to answer and provide you with the information you want.
What should you ask? Whatever you feel you need to know. Some people ask for photos of work done on previous patients – or even ask to be put in touch with them. Sometimes you can find this information online, although very often some of the online reviews tend to be bad ones. People tend to point out when things have gone wrong rather than when things have gone right.
You might want to ask if they are members of professional organization, like the Rhinoplasty Society, or how many operations they’ve carried out?
Medical Departures does its own background checks. We visit clinics, putting clinic photos on our site so you can get an idea of how things look. We check legal and criminal records, gather patient testimonials and check doctor qualifications, which you are free to look at on our site. There is no foolproof way of ever assessing whether your surgery will be 100% effective, but ensuring the credentials of your doctor and clinic stack up is a good start.
To a certain extent it may depend upon how extensive your surgery was – there is a world of difference between someone having a little work to the tip of their nose and someone who needs a complete rebuild involving cartilage as well as soft tissue work.
Surgery can take as little as an hour, but as much as six. After the procedure, again, it depends on your own circumstances. Dressings may be removed in only a matter of days, but sometimes it could be over a week. Your surgeon will be able to give you a much better indication during your consultation.
Rhinoplasty is a tailor-made procedure and the length of time varies considerably for each patient. It can take only an hour, or it may be up to 6. What needs to be taken into account is whether major reconstructive work is needed, including cartilage work, or whether it is simply a case of adjusting the tip of the nose. Your surgeon will discuss this with you in much more detail during your consultation.
Rhinoplasty in Johor Bahru generally costs around 50% less compared to Australia.
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