Brachioplasty is one of the most in-demand cosmetic procedures in western countries. It is performed to tighten sagging or loose skin under the upper arms, which is commonly called “bat wings.” For many, it is the fastest and ideal solution to remove localized fat that does not respond to diet and exercises.
While many people from western countries require Brachioplasty, only a small percentage of them are able to undergo the procedure simply because of the cost. While plastic surgeons in the United States and Europe charge different fees, you can still expect to pay an average of $5,000. If that’s something you can’t afford, you may consider traveling to Southeast Asia where the price can be as low as $1,000. Even with your accommodation, airfare, and may be a couple of days or weeks touring your chosen Southeast Asian country, you’ll still be able to save thousands of dollars.
However, affordable cost isn’t the only thing that you’ll get to enjoy when you travel to Southeast Asia; you can also expect the same high standards of medical care offered in western countries plus, your safety, as well as your comfort, are guaranteed. This is because countries such as Singapore and Thailand boast exceptional medical infrastructure with modern, fully equipped medical facilities. The majority of these facilities are JCI-accredited and boast having internationally-trained plastic surgeons (who have the needed skills and knowledge in performing the most advanced surgical procedures), cutting-edge equipment, and luxurious recovery rooms that ensure exceptional experience.