Best Dermal Fillers in Kuala Lumpur

Updated: 2019 November

Are you concerned about the price and quality of dermal fillers provided by clinics in Kuala Lumpur (KL)?

Many other people have had similar concerns, too. In fact, information about Dermal Fillers services have been asked over 19,963 times in our community here at Erufu Care.

So being part of this online healthcare community here, we always work to find and compile information on Dermal Fillers services in KL based on surveys, recommendations, and treatment experience feedback from patients in our community, like you.

Some of the popularly asked questions are:

  • Not sure about Dermal Fillers price range around KL?
  • Not sure if the Dermal Fillers service meets your expectation?
Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are usually made of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance naturally present in our body. Hence, it is usually safe and compatible when injected into our body. Dermal fillers are injected into our face for restoration, enhancement, or facial refinement. Usually, dermal filler injections are used to treat wrinkles, skin rehydration, facial volume, and also nose, chin and lip augmentation.

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With so many medical clinics providing Dermal Fillers, and so many different treatment options available in KL, how do you make the right choice?

As an online community medical support network here at Erufu Care, we have compiled the best medical clinics providing Dermal Fillers in KL for you, along with genuine reviews and ratings from verified patients who have gone to the clinic - who knows better than those who have experienced it first-hand?

In the list of 50 medical clinics providing Dermal Fillers below, you can find:

  • Doctors qualifications
  • Patients review and rating
  • Dermal Fillers clinic location, traffic condition in KL
  • Clinic opening hours, appointments
  • Types of Dermal Fillers provided
  • Price of Dermal Fillers around KL

We compiled KL clinics and doctors that are licensed by the ministry of health Malaysia and verified by Erufu Care Team.There are medical clinics in Damansara Heights, Kepong, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI), Sri Petaling, Publika, and other areas around KL, so pick one that you are interested in!

  • 50 total clinics providing Dermal Fillers
  • Average rating 4.5 over 5
  • 2487 verified reviews

Kuala Lumpur (KL) is the federal capital and the largest city in Malaysia, holding the largest amount of medical facilities, entertainment centres, and accommodation as a city in Malaysia.

Medical treatments in Malaysia are known for its affordability. Flight, accommodation, treatment, and a trip round the city usually cost less than the medical treatment price in the US or Europe.

English is widely spoken here in Kuala Lumpur, and travelling in and around KL is easy as public transportations like transits, bus and taxis are readily available, and driving isn't difficult too with highways and well paved roads in the city centre. Ride hailing apps (Grab) are also available in abundance.

There are 3 international airports in and around KL, the KL International Airport (KLIA), KL International Airport 2 (KLIA2), and the Subang Jaya Airport (SZB).

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Just click into any clinics to view treatment options and price guides, read reviews from patients, see photos, or even send a message to the clinic. The clinics below are sorted in no particular order.

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