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Plastic Surgery Argentina

Contact the Plastic Surgery Clinics in Argentina below to get a quote, make an appointment or have an online consultation.

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Dr. Gustavo Chajchir - Plastic Surgeon in Argentina

Dr Gustavo’s clinic is a state of the art plastic surgery facility that is strictly designed for your comfort, safety and privacy.

  • Testimonial: " the surgery experience could not have been better and the results are wonderful - very natural. " Jill L.
  • Languages: Spanish, English
  • Additional Services: Translator Services, Local Accommodation Assistance, Hotel to Clinic Transfers

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Plastic Surgery in Argentina

Mohamed Taki | Medical Research Editor and Travel Expert
Plastic Surgery Argentina

The populace’s fascination with looking good, combined with the nation’s uneven economy, has made plastic surgery in Argentina extremely popular.

Those travelling to this South American country - highly influenced by European culture - can expect to find top surgeons offering favorite procedures like tummy tuck, rhinoplasty and breast augmentation for prices far lower than the U.S. or Western Europe.

Cosmetic clinics in Argentina are renowned for offering first rate surgical technology, board certified and English-speaking anesthesiologists with safe and cost-effective treatment. 

Doctors and plastic surgery specialists in Argentina are constantly striving to invent new models of accountable, cost-efficient, and patient-centered care.

Argentina has a broad range of plastic surgery treatments designed to reshape your body, enhance your skin and to provide you with the most natural, youthful results.



Plastic Surgery Treatments in Argentina

Breast implants in Argentina:
Breast implants in Argentina attempt to enhance the body contour of a woman who feels her breast size is too small; to correct a reduction in breast volume after pregnancy or weight loss; and to balance a difference in breast size.

Tummy tuck in Argentina:
The best candidates for tummy tuck in Argentina are women or men who are troubled by a large fat deposit or sagging skin around the abdomen area that is resistant to diet and exercise.

Facelift in Argentina:
Facelift in Argentina can improve the most visible signs of aging by removing excess fat, tightening underlying tissues and muscles of the face. Results of facelift surgery can last more than 10 years.

Nose Surgery in Argentina:
Not only does nose surgery in Argentina aesthetically enhance the look of the nose and facial feature, it can also relieve some breathing problems.

Liposuction in Argentina:
Liposuction in Argentina is an excellent procedure that can eliminate stubborn fats in some areas of the body that don’t respond well to conventional weight-loss methods.

Sights to See in Argentina

Buenos Aires, often called the “Paris of the South” is a cosmopolitan metropolis ideally suited for the required rest and recuperation after cosmetic surgery. Fine dining, comfortable hotels, and music and dance-filled shows await those seeking to better their bodies with a little nip & tuck.

Watch a little tango in the dance hall of your hotel. Snack on empanadas, practice your Spanish or just hang out in a fashionable coffee shop between your doctor’s visits. The delights of Argentina are extravagant, satisfying, and best of all, easy on the wallet. Que Rico!

Plastic surgery in Buenos Aires attracts millions of medical tourists each year because of the city’s affordable, world class healthcare system.

Cost of Plastic Surgery in Argentina

The affordable cost of plastic surgery in Argentina is an attractive alternative to the high-cost of cosmetic treatments and health care services in the US, Canada and Europe. Cosmetic clinics in Argentina can afford up to 70 per cent savings on your treatment.

Argentina Travel Tips


Language: Spanish
Currency: Argentina Peso (ARS)
Climate: Summer 76 F (23°C), Winter 46 F (8°C)
Capital: Buenos Aires
Major Airport(s): Ezeiza Ministro Pistarini (EZE)
Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
Time Zone: GMT -3
Calling Code: 54

Last updated on March 22nd, 2012