Blepharoplasty is the procedure used to correct conditions like baggy lower eyelids and lower eyelid wrinkle.
The surgeon will, according to how a patients presents, remove the excess fat of a baggy eyelid and possibly tighten the muscles. The surgeon may also remove excess skin.
How do I get Blepharoplasty in Thailand?
It’s simple! Click here and complete the free quote form. Once this is completed, we will discuss your options with our surgeons.
Travel on 1 of our Medi-Cation packages.
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. Your eyelid rejuvenation procedure will be discussed with your surgeon during the face to face and, after your pre surgical check up. In many cases, a Blepharoplasty will be combined with another facial procedure. Commonly combined with face lift.
Surgery usually takes between 1-3 hours and is done under a general anaesthetic.
After surgery you will be taken back to your private hospital room where you will spend 1 night.
After your hospital stay you are dropped safely back to your hotel or apartment, where you can relax and enjoy your Medi-Cation. 3-5 days later you will be collected once again for a follow up with your surgeon.
You are required to stay 5-7 days in Thailand before traveling home.
FAQs about Blepharoplasty
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 blepharoplasty.
How long does the surgery take?
It can take between one and three hours and is completed under a general anaesthetic.
Is there any scarring with blepharoplasty?
Scarring is minimal as the stitches are made in the crease of the eyelid (in upper blepharoplasty) and behind the eyelashes (in lower blepharoplasty). Months after the surgery, the scarring is almost non-existent.
What happens if I get an infection ion Thailand?
Our hospitals are first class and either have a surgical guarantee or a hospital Policy which in short means they stand by their workmanship and care to clients. You are normally given a course of antibiotics when you leave the hospital after surgery as a preventative method. If you do feel like you have developed an infection, Medi-Cation and the hospital staff will together be able to assist you.
“Every care was taken pre and post-operative. The surgeon did an excellent job. I am a very happy person with my results, and the nursing staff were very skilful, attentive and caring. At no time did I feel in doubt or experience anxiety. They looked after me very well and are fantastic at their jobs.”
Mophia traveled with Medi-Cation in May 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.