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Liposuction Singapore: How much Liposuction actually costs in Singapore?

Ever wondered how much a liposuction procedure actually costs in Singapore? Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information accordingly in one place. The pricing information below is based on the published prices from major centres and pricing information available on the internet. 

Liposuction Procedure Prices in Singapore Liposuction
SGD 3000 per area (USD 2400 per area)

USD 3000 per area

Best Plastic Surgeon for Liposuction Procedures in Singapore?

Looking for the best option to do your liposuction in Singapore?

In this post, we have also compiled a list of plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgery centres in Singapore. Since liposuction and tummy tucks can only be done by centres with an …

Review: Dr Tan Ying Chien from Sloane Clinic

Dr Tan Ying Chien MBBS (S’pore), MMed (Surgery), MRCS (Edin), FAMS (Plastic Surgery) is consultant plastic surgeon at The Sloane Clinic Plastic Surgery Centre. He graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1996 and completed his training in plastic surgery at the Singapore General Hospital. He received a scholarship to train in Aesthetic and Paediatric Plastic Surgery in Taiwan and Japan. Dr Tan has a special interest in aesthetic surgery as well as plastic surgery of the ear.


Double eyelid surgery, Eyebag surgery, Rhinoplasty, Endotine Facelift, Breast Augmentation, Liposuction, Tummy Tuck(Abdominoplasty), Ear Plastic surgery

Dr Tan Ying Chien can be contacted at:

The Sloane Clinic Plastic Surgery Centre
Address: 10 Sinaran Drive. #08-35 Novena Medical Center
Singapore 307506.
Telephone Contact No. : +65 63976848

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Discussion Forum from Singapore Expats Forum … have anyone done double eyelid surgery or rhinoplasty with Dr Tan Ying Chien from Sloane Clinic o…

3 ways to find a good plastic surgeon in Singapore

#3. Research and Google “Plastic surgeons in Singapore”

You will get a list of search results and the top ones and the ones on the right column are advertisements. Bear in mind that the plastic surgeon's high ranking on page 1 and visible advertisements on Google may not be truly reflective of the surgeon's skills, experience and also how 'safe' is the surgeon. I suggest you go through all the links on page 1 and shortlist a few plastic surgeons. 

So, how do you shortlist the few? Call up the centers and make your enquiries. Filter out those that are not able to provide you with the right information. A poorly trained staff tends to be a reflection of the centre as well. Do understand that a plastic surgery procedure requires team effort and poor support and management is a potential risk factor to the surgical procedure itself.
Next, you Google again the prospective plastic surgeon’s name and the centre; and add in the keywords ‘forum’ or ‘reviews’ to see what other peop…