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Liposuction is a procedure that is gaining in popularity in Singapore. It achieves results without all the need for intensive exercise and dieting, and many people are looking into this procedure. Some of you might be wondering about liposuction cost in Singapore, and if it’s affordable enough for you to go for it.
Before we talk about the cost, it is important to remember that cheap does not equate good, and if your procedure is botched, you may have to spend more money to recover from the botched liposuction. So it is always important to look for a good plastic surgery clinic when choosing to undergo this procedure.
The cost of liposuction in Singapore range anywhere from $1500 to $12000. At Raffles Hospital, the traditional procedure at costs at least $8,000 while the water jet-assisted method will set one back by at least $10,000. The ultrasonic-assisted one costs at least $12,000.
Ensure that you are paying for quality advise
Liposuction is best handled by a certified plastic surgeon in Singapore, and while some GPs may offer this service, it is best you weigh the cost and benefit carefully. While you may go for a cheaper option, you may land up paying more if your surgery is unsuccessful. There may also be instances of hidden cost while is revealed to you only after you have signed up for the procedure. Therefore it is important to always ask and clarify beforehand so you are well informed.
Cost for a more experienced plastic surgeon
If you choose to go for a more experienced plastic surgeon, you will have to pay more for his experience and professionalism.
Cost of technology
The cosmetic surgery industry is always improving and coming up with new technology methods. Should you choose to go for the latest technology for liposuction, you will have to pay more to get the better results. With the latest technology though, you can be assured of better after effects post procedure. In the case of liposuction, the latest technology employs the use of an ultrasonic system.
Considered alternatives to liposuction?
Have you ever considered alternatives to liposuction? If you are not ready for a full liposuction procedure, perhaps you can explore these alternatives, which is not be so invasive. Of course, there is also going through an exercise and diet regime as an alternative.
Thought of doing it overseas?
If the cost is too much for you to bear, have you thought of doing it overseas? There are many good and reliable clinics overseas that can perform liposuction at a fraction of the cost.
Ultimately, the consideration of the cost of liposuction in Singapore as well as the plastic surgeon is yours, and you will have to consider and give it much thought and consideration.
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