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Aesthetic Treatment Prices in Malaysia 2020

Ever wondered how much does it cost to do an aesthetic procedure in Malaysia?

Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information accordingly (by procedure) in one place. The pricing information below is based on the published prices from major centres and pricing information available online.

Dermal Fillers Cost in MalaysiaPermanent Laser Hair Removal Price MalaysiaFractional CO2 Laser for Acne Scar Removal (Acne Scar Laser Treatment)Botox Treatment Price in MalaysiaLaser Pigmentation Removal Cost in MalaysiaHair Transplant Price MalaysiaPico Laser Treatment Malaysia PriceEmsculpt Malaysia PriceCoolsculpting Malaysia PriceHIFU Treatment Malaysia PriceDouble Chin Treatment Malaysia PriceV Shape Treatment Malaysia PriceLaser Vaginal Rejuvenation and Incontinence TreatmentHere is a quick guide:
Dermal Fillers Cost in Malaysia

The average cost of dermal fillers is around RM 2,000 per cc (per sy…

Laser Snoring Treatment Malaysia: Price and Reviews 2019

Fotona NightLase snoring therapy is a patient-friendly laser treatment to effectively cure snoring. Fotona NightLase can reduce the effects of and decrease the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle laser treatment of the mucosa tissue.

Fotona Nightlase Snoring Treatment is a non-invasive solution to quality sleep without the risk of surgery nor the hassle of sleep devices.

Laser Snoring Treatment Malaysia Price

The prices of Fotona laser treatments in Malaysia vary from RM 800 - RM 1,500 per session depending on the type of treatment, the doctor and the no. of sessions required.

Published Oct 2018 - The Yum List's (travel and food blog) review on Fotona StarWalker wrote, "Of course, the price of treatments with the Fotona StarWalker will vary depending on skin goals. For estimation purposes, however, the tightening and rejuvenation session I had today is priced at RM1400 for a single session or a package of five sessions for RM6000 (which works out to be RM1200 each)."


10 Best Non-Surgical Facelift Clinics in Malaysia - Price and Reviews 2019

A non-surgical face-lift can include a number of different treatments and procedures that aim to address the effects of aging. Non-surgical options for facelifts fall into three categories: replenishing lost volume, resurfacing the superficial skin and tightening deeper tissue. Generally, a range of treatments are used in combination to achieve your overall facial rejuvenation goals.

As we get older, we lose volume in our faces, specifically in the cheeks, temples, lips, around the mouth and under the eyes. With the use of fillers, plastic surgeons are replacing that lost volume to help “reverse the creation of shadows and restore the reflection of light which gives the appearance of youth, energy and vibrancy.” The use of fillers can shave years off someone’s face, making them look up to “a generation younger.”

For those who aren’t interested in having needles injected into their faces, there are a number of treatments available that promote tightening of the skin, which can also p…

Fotona Laser to treat Hair Loss: The Exact Protocol to bring a 52-year-old patient's hair back to life

For the millions of men and women suffering from hair loss, laser therapy is a commonly prescribed treatment by hair restoration specialists that hair loss patients can do at home. Those treatments entail a red-light emitting cap or hair band, not the various lasers doctors use to retexturize skin, eliminate acne scars, fade away dark spots and make tattoos and hairy patches completely disappear.

But, some doctors, like New York dermatologist Doris Day, MD are finding that the traditional laser we think of for transforming skin can also revive hair follicles on the scalp. Here, she describes the exact protocol she used to bring this 52-year-old patient's hair back to life.

NewBeauty: What is causing this patient's hair loss?
Dr. Day: This patient has alopecia totalis, a condition characterized by complete loss of hair on the scalp caused by the immune system mistakenly attacking the hair follicles. 
NB: When did she lose her hair and what other treatments has she tried?
Dr. Day: …