In recent years breast lifts have become a very common procedure.
Factors such as genetics, the ageing process, pregnancy and breast feeding, weight gain or loss, and even hormonal fluctuations can cause breasts, that were once firm and shapely, to sag and droop. A breast lift, or mastopexy, can help restore a firmer, shapelier breast and improve body contours.
How do I get a Breast Lift in Thailand?
It’s simple! Click here to get a quote. Once this is completed, we will discuss your options with our surgeons.
We organise your flights, your accommodation your transfers. You will be met at the airport and dropped to your hotel. The following day you will be picked up and taken for your consult with the surgeon. Your surgery usually follows the same afternoon as your consult. There are options when having a breast lift and these will be discussed with your surgeon during the face to face and, after your pre surgical check up. Options such as a straight forward breast lift or a breast lift with an implant. Implants may be round or tear drop shaped depending on the surgeons recommendation.
Surgery usually takes between 4-8 hours and is done under a general anaesthetic. The length of the operation is dependent upon the severity of the sagging.
After surgery and a few hours in recovery, you will be taken back to your private room where you will spend 2 nights.
After your hospital stay you are dropped safely back to your hotel or apartment, where you can relax and enjoy your Medi-Cation. 7-10 days later you will be collected once again for a follow up with your surgeon.
You are required to stay 10-14 days in Thailand before traveling home.
FAQs about Breast Lifts
How does it work?
It’s as simple as telling us what procedure you’d like and when you’d like it.. and we’ll organise your flights, accommodation, transfers and surgery. Contact us today to enquire about Breast Lift surgery.
How long does the surgery take?
It can take between 4-8 hours and is completed under a general anaesthetic.
How likely is the risk of infection?
Statistics show that depending on what procedure you have the risk of infection is quite small. However, as with any surgery you must be extremely careful after leaving the hospital to keep up with the meds and follow hospital instructions regarding bathing, diet, etc. to the letter to reduce any risk of an infection occurring.
How do I pay for the surgery?
Payment couldn’t be easier – simply pay direct to the hospital in Thai baht or with a credit card.
“I had breast augmentation and open rhinoplasty whilst in Phuket and was very nervous to say the least. But knowing it was all sorted and with how smoothly it all ran put me at ease.”
Brianna traveled with Medi-Cation and received her breast augmentation and open rhinoplasty in September 2015.
*Comparison prices taken from NZ Institute of Plastic Surgery website. Prices from our JCI hospital are based on standard cases. Conversions as of 1st December 2017, rate NZD $1 = 23 THB.