Are you utterly fed up with your large breasts and want a change? Why not think about a breast reduction in Johor Bahru, the popular city in Malaysia that ha a plum location in the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore Growth Triangle.
The city has a close relationship with Singapore and there are many visitors from there who come for shopping, eating out and entertainment. Only 5 minutes by train from Singapore Woodlands - and with much lower prices - you can see why Singaporeans are drawn here.
It’s the same for healthcare too, with medical tourists paying at least 50% less for surgery in Malaysia than they would at home.
If your breasts are causing you discomfort, pain, health problems like backache or even making everyday activities difficult then you are likely to be a prime candidate for breast reduction.
Johor Bahru is one of the fastest growing cities in Malaysia (after Kuala Lumpur). It is a mecca for shopping and entertainment as well as business. It has all the choice of amenities you’d expect to find in any modern city, but it also offers a 25 kilometre waterfront with recreational activities including off-road motorsports, golf and paintball. Transport links are good to the rest of the country, and even to Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia so you certainly won’t be short of things to see or do before or after your surgery.
Generally, for anyone traveling to Malaysia for healthcare they will be struck by the high-quality of the facilities and the low prices. The prices are in no way a reflection that services are substandard, and the reason they are so low is because the cost of living here is that much lower.
Malaysian medical staff are highly skilled and qualified and cater to a wide range of specialties. Medical education in the country does not differ significantly from the West and many Malaysian doctors do try and undertake some of their training overseas in the US, UK or Australia.
There is no language barrier for English speakers and Malaysia is a peaceful country with a low crime rate. This exotic paradise has a lot going for it.
You should always do your own research, if only to give yourself a good understanding of what’s entailed and what to expect.
When you book through Medical Departures you are safe in the knowledge that we have already done some groundwork on quality checks. We only promote medical providers on our site whose credentials have checked out – and we list their qualifications and memberships on our site, with real patient reviews and clinic photos so you can see for yourself and make up your own mind.
You will be given a general anesthetic and the surgeon will remove tissue from each breast. There are a number of different techniques, and the one your surgeon used may be governed by your own particular circumstances as much as their preferred method. The nipples and areola may have to be relocated.
The surgery typically lasts between 2 and 4 hours.
Obviously you will feel stiff after surgery, and will experience discomfort, inflammation and bruising. After a few days this should start to calm down and you should find that after a week normal day to day activities shouldn’t be a problem. It may be another week before you can return to work and you will be advised to avoid vigorous activities for 6 weeks.
Breast reduction in Johor Bahru will generally cost at least 50% less than in Australia.
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