Would Anyone Recommend Egypt or Malaysia for Saddlebag Liposuction?
- Asked by Chamoo in London in SE11
- 2 years ago
Hi. I know this is an american site so I do apologise for the question but I have been looking for a solution for my saddlebags and cellulite for years however I cannot afford smartlipo in the UK, where I am from. Internet research tells me that Malaysia and Egypt are both good value for smartlipo as apparently this particular lipo tightens the skin and therefore is good for celluite. is this true? If so - can anyone recommend a country (or elsewhere) for Smartlipo? thank u!
Thank you for the question.
You should be aware that, despite the technology used, cellulite will not necessarily improve after liposuction surgery. Traditional liposuction should afford you a very nice result based on the pictures you have provided. I think it would be in your best interest to stay in London.
I would be very cautious about travelling to a distant country for Smart Lipo. I think you would be better off finding an experienced surgeon in the UK who uses traditional tumescent liposuction. You should get a nice result.
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You should choose your liposuction surgeon based on their credentials, reputation, experience and results. There will be a range of quality in all countries, from good to unacceptable. Of course I'm biased, but I believe that Los Angeles would be the best location for your surgery because of the large number of great surgeons, huge volume of cosmetic surgery, and high standards for medical care from beginning to end.
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