The cost was a big thing, in Australia you spend about $20,000 for one procedure alone. In Thailand I got three procedures, airfare, three weeks holiday, shopping and everyday allowance for about $20,000
Breast Reduction Before & After Pics
As you probably know from experience if you’re reading this, having very large breasts can weigh you down quite a bit, affecting not only what clothes you can wear and your comfort level, but also posing potential health problems as well. Increasingly, women worldwide are turning to Breast Reduction Surgery to alleviate this discomfort and to achieve a breast size that they feel is ideal and proportional to their body. And with our help in offering Breast Reduction Surgery in Thailand, the procedure is not only accessible, but affordable!
At Destination Beauty, we partner with top-flight, modern Hospitals in Thailand who feature some of the region’s most experienced surgeons to help women from around the globe gain access to some of the best plastic surgery available. We’ve been helping women from Australia, America, The UK, Germany – and all over – for years and we do it for FREE. All you have to do to take advantage of our FREE service is get in touch with us and let us show you how you can be on your way to a safe and affordable Breast Reduction in Thailand – and have a memorable trip to an exotic country while you’re at it!
Why Do People Have Breast Reduction Surgery in Thailand?
Some of the most common health-related problems caused by having very large breasts (also known as macromastia) include:
- Chronic nerve troubles brought about by poor posture.
- Recurring headaches
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain.
There are also the general everyday concerns that trouble many women with large breasts, such as excessive sweating and chronic rashes under the breasts, or persistent bra-strap grooves and even scar lines on the skin.
Of course if you’re reading this, you probably know about some of these issues all too well. Still, while some women benefit from non-surgical solutions like natural weight loss or supportive bras, other women have breast issues that just can’t be solved without surgery. If you think you may be one of these women, then Breast Reduction Surgery might be the answer for you – finding out whether you’re a good candidate is something that we help women with every day, along with our Thai partner surgeons who provide you a FREE at-home consultation.
How Do You Prepare for Breast Reduction Surgery?
First, Breast Reduction Surgery is recommended only for those with fully developed breasts. You should also keep in mind that if you are planning to have children then you should wait to have the operation until after you’re done breastfeeding, as pregnancy and motherhood can affect the results of Breast Reduction Surgery.
During your consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your fitness for surgery and in the weeks leading up to your operation, you will be asked to do a few things, including:
- Regulating, or stopping taking certain medications and supplements.
- Ceasing smoking for two weeks before (and after!) the surgery.
- Ceasing the drinking of alcohol for two weeks before (and after!) the surgery.
There will be other instructions as well, especially concerning the day before surgery, but you will be made aware of these ahead of time.
And, finally, one very important non-medical preparation you’ll need to make involves understanding the likely and possible outcomes of your surgery and adjusting your expectations accordingly. What this means is that you need to understand what your results are likely to be and you need to make sure your expectations concerning those results match up with what the surgeon and medical staff are telling you.
Of course most clients have life-changing results from the surgery that they’re very happy with, but as with any surgery there is a range of probable outcomes and that does include – however rare – the risk of complications. Being candid with your surgeon at all times greatly helps in eliciting the best medical recommendation for your personal situation, but at the end of the day the decision is yours to make – so make sure you’re making the right decision for your body!
Female Breast Reduction in Thailand – also known as reduction mammoplasty – involves the removal of excess fat, glandular tissue and skin from your breasts. The procedure is performed under a general anesthetic, leaving you essentially asleep for the duration of the operation and unaware of any pain or discomfort during that time.
There are different methods of performing Breast Reduction Surgery and your surgeon here in Thailand will recommend which method is the most appropriate for your body based on his experience. In one of the most common techniques, just for example, the surgeon makes an anchor-shaped incision around your areola, down the breast, and horizontally in the fold under your breast. Extra fat, skin and breast tissue are then removed.
During the procedure, the nipple and the areola normally remain attached to the breast, but if your breasts are extremely large and droopy, your nipple and areola may need to be removed and repositioned on your breast as a skin graft in order to give your breast a more natural configuration. For the same reason, your areola may also be reduced during the procedure. Again, this should be discussed with you before you make the final decision to undergo surgery.
Once the procedure is finished, your surgeon will stitch the incisions shut and your breasts will be covered with a gauze dressing or elastic bandages. As well, small plastic tubes may be placed in your breasts, or under each arm, for up to two days to allow excess fluids to drain easily.
The entire procedure lasts from two to four hours, during which you will be under anesthesia, and you will need to stay two nights in the hospital so that the staff can make sure that your recovery is starting off properly and that you’re not developing any complications.
And What Can You Expect After Your Breast Reduction?
During the initial recovery period, your breasts will likely feel tender and sensitive – you may even experience some swelling and bruising. In addition, you may also experience a temporary loss of sensation in your nipples and breast skin due to the swelling. Don’t worry, this is all very common and with the help of medication prescribed by your surgeon, whatever pain and discomfort you do feel will gradually begin to disappear within a few days. Scarring is permanent, but will eventually fade and become hardly noticeable and your surgeon will make every effort to make the incisions in areas that are least plainly visible.
One of the natural questions everyone has is, ‘When can I DO things again?” The answer is unique for each person, but in most cases, you can begin to return to your normal routine within about two weeks following your surgery. Still, some things like heavy exercise and strenuous activities (including sex!) are discouraged. While you don’t want to damage your healing breasts, this is also recommended in part because you are not yet at your normal energy level during this period and your body needs all the energy it can get to heal properly.
Extra attention must also be given to ensure that your breasts do not experience any rough contact for at least six weeks – and you may need to wear a special support bra for several months in order to reshape your breasts to ensure the best possible result from your recovery.
As with most procedures, proper rest, a sensible diet and following closely your surgeon’s advice will greatly aid in your recovery!
What Are The Possible Complications & Risks of Breast Reduction?
Breast Reduction Surgery is widely performed not just in Bangkok, Phuket and elsewhere in Thailand, but throughout the world and it carries with it the same potential risks and complications anywhere it’s performed. While the procedure is relatively low-risk, as with any surgery there is the statistically uncommon possibility that unwanted complications may arise and you should be aware of this risk. Your body and your situation are unique to you, but some complications which can occur include infection, uncontrolled bleeding, and permanent loss of sensation to the breast and nipple. In some cases, your ability to breastfeed may also be hampered as a result of the procedure. Don’t worry, this is something that we’ll talk to you in detail about as part of our FREE service and it’s something you’ll have a chance to ask the surgeon about too!
Just as with standard recovery, strictly following your surgeon’s pre and post-op guidelines can aid you greatly in preventing these complications from setting in.
When you’re considering traveling to Thailand for Female Breast Reduction in Bangkok, you probably have a lot of questions – what’s it like? What does it cost? Can I see picture of the hospital? Do you have client testimonials? Is it safe? We get all kinds of very reasonable questions from women just like you all the time – and we have answers! That’s what our FREE service does for you – we help take the mystery out of coming to Thailand for plastic surgery and then we do our best to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible. Here are just a few things you should know about our service:
- We’ll provide FREE answers to all your questions
- We’ll set up a FREE, at-home consultation with one of our partner surgeons
- We’ll coordinate with the hospital, handle all your surgical booking and take care of paperwork
- We’ll NEVER charge you a “Booking Fee”
- We’ll advise on travel, transfer and accommodations
- We’ll be here to answer questions, we’ll be here to help out while you’re here and we’ll be here if you have questions or concerns after you return home
If you decide that Thailand Breast Reduction Surgery is for you, then we’re here to help coordinate with everyone concerned to make the entire experience a success surgically and in any other way we can help with.If you’re ready to find out more, or ready to get the ball rolling, you can contact us by filling out the form on this page, calling us or emailing us at email@example.com. We can’t wait to hear from you!