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Why consider Egypt for cosmetic surgery?

The great thing about combining a holiday with cosmetic surgery in Egypt is that both can be achieved for the price it would cost for just the surgery in the UK and great savings can be made. Many clinics are based in Cairo but you will also find choices available in Heliopolis, Zamalek, Maadi and Gizeh. The larger clinics are very well organised and will offer packages that include your procedure and aftercare with the services of a local coordinator who can make your travel arrangements and advise you of any necessary health or travel precautions.

In Egypt, Rhinoplasty will cost from €1,500, breast augmentation €1,000 and a face lift €2,000.  The low prices do not mean low quality; surgeons in Egypt undergo many years of intensive study and training to practice and in fact many surgeons are western trained.  RS Cosmetica in Cairo, works with some of the most experienced surgeons in Egypt in hospitals equipped with state of the art facilities and multi lingual staff.  Many of their clients are from the film and entertainment industry. 

Imagine having body enhancement surgery at a private hospital near the Red Sea, or overlooking the Nile and the Pyramids?  Before and after surgery medical tourists can relax on beautiful beaches or be pampered at one of the country’s spa resorts to help restore energy, stamina and vitality before returning home feeling refreshed and renewed.

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