Affordable Breast Enhancement Abroad
This is One of Our Most Popular Procedures for Medical Tourists!
We’re able to help you get your breasts augmented at prices of half, or less.
Breast Enhancement (or Boob Job) is a surgical procedure to improve both the size and shape of your breasts.
You may be thinking about getting surgery for one of several reasons:
- To correct an asymmetry of breast size
- Restore your breast volume following pregnancy
- The enhancement of your profile, if you feel your breasts are too small
- Reconstructive surgery following non-cosmetic breast surgery such as Masectomy
During the breast enlargement procedure, implants are placed either under your breasts or beneath the chest muscles, to enhance the figure.
The procedure can have a great impact on your self-confidence!
Women often choose this to look better in clothing and increase their wardrobe choices. (There is also evidence that women are choosing this kind of cosmetic breast enhancement surgery to increase their chances in the employment market!)
However, such benefits seldom come cheap, meaning that you may be looking into the idea of breast surgery abroad in order to find the best prices.
Favourite countries for Europeans getting affordable breast implants are the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. If you are a US resident, you may find Mexico, Panama, Argentina, Costa Rica or the Dominican Republic more suitable. And often, the very lowest prices can be found in India, Thailand and South Korea.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I benefit from breast enhancement surgery?
If you are dissatisfied with your breast-size, want to enhance and improve breast size after child-birth or weight loss, or just want to improve your appearance and boost your confidence, then you may benefit from breast enhancement surgery. Also, many women opt for this form of cosmetic breast surgery to correct uneven or deformed breasts.
It is important that you have realistic expectations about your surgery.
A common mistake is that breast augmentation can be a substitution for a breast lift, which is not true, although the two procedures can be combined.
If the issue that you would like your surgeon to address is sagging boobs, then breast enhancement surgery will not fix the problem. In fact, when your breasts are already sagging, introducing implants will make the problem worse.
What is involved in breast implant surgery?
The procedure involves placing implants underneath your breasts, or underneath the muscles in the chest. There are different types of implant, and you will discuss this with your cosmetic surgeon.
The most well-known breast implant technique uses the inframammary incision, where the incisions is made in the crease below the breast.
Other options for the surgeon are through an incision from the base of the breast to the nipple, or round the areola, as when correcting nipple placement.
There are also new developments that enable the surgeon to perform the breast enhancement procedure without scarring. Two of these are Transumbilical Breast Augmentation, or TUBA, and Transaxillary Breast Augmentation.
Another technique that is growing in popularity is Breast Augmentation using Fat Transfer, where fat, harvested from the patient during Liposuction, is transferred to the breasts.
The breast enhancement procedure requires only an overnight stay in the cosmetic surgery clinic, and will take place under general anaesthetic.
How big an increase in breast size can I expect?
Generally speaking, the breast enhancement procedure will give you a maximum increase in breast size of two to three cup sizes. Again, you will discuss this with your cosmetic surgeon, prior to surgery.
Be cautious of going for extra large implants, as they can cause their own specific problems, such as stretchmarks, and an increase in the chance of shifting.
What risks are there with breast enhancement surgery?
Breast enhancement is a very established cosmetic procedure, so complications are extremely rare, and are in fact at an all-time low.
Modern breast implants are very safe, nowadays, and surgeons very experienced with this kind of surgery. Of cause, you must discuss with your surgeon any other health issues that may affect things.
Will my breasts implants look and feel natural?
At first, after the breast enhancement operation, your breasts will feel swollen and more firm than you would expect. In time they will settle into a softer, more natural feel and appearance.
Silicone gel implants are generally agreed to feel more natural than saline ones. As far as appearance goes, it all depends on your personal tastes. Some women prefer to get a more naturally-shaped implant, while other women might prefer the less natural round implant. How natural-looking the final effect is will be dependent on the size, shape and type of the implants.
Is Breast Enhancement painful?
You can expect some tenderness following surgery, and some women do find it quite painful to laugh or cough for a couple of weeks after the operation. Generally, some pain relief will be taken for a week after surgery.
When can I go back to work?
Normally you will be fine to return to work seven to ten days after Breast Enhancement Surgery, unless your job is particularly physical, and requires much lifting and carrying.
How much does breast enhancement cost?
Prices can vary quite considerably.
Bear in mind, many different factors need to be considered, such as the reputation of your surgeon, the type of implants you choose, the method of incision.
The city, state or country to get your surgery plays a big part, too. For US or UK residents, going abroad for your augmentation surgery can easily be less than half the price!
Often, the best deals are found further afield, and for those prepared to travel a bit further, for instance to India, Thailand or Malaysia, it can be possible to save two-thirds of the price, easily enough to cover the cost of flights and accommodation.
If you are traveling from the US, countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic are all superb, with some first-class surgeons and clinics. Generally speaking, for British medical tourists, countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland and Turkey will be a good bet.
So, which country to go to…?