Facelift in Thailand for you who wants to age gracefully. A facelift in Thailand make you look refreshed and as Julie our lovely client put it, “I finally look like I feel”. Dr. Bhumsak, the Plastic surgeon at Destination Beauty @ BNH put it in different words “When Julie came to Destination Beauty to do a full facelift in Thailand she looked like a tired Lion, now I made her look like a refreshed Tiger!”. See Julie’s Full Facelift and Upper/Lower Eyelid surgery before and after pictures below (after picture taken 9 days after surgery):
Julie SAVED 75% on her facelift in Thailand. THB 225,000 for a Full Facelift and THB 44,000 for upper and lower eyelid surgery, totally THB 269,000 / approx AUD 8,700 / NZD 11,300, exchange rates as per 19th May 2012. See what our Facebook Friends write about Julie’s result CLICK HERE.
We at Destination Beauty have been helping people from all over the globe get full facelift and other plastic surgery procedures in Thailand at rates that are unbelievably low but with quality of medical attention that is nothing short of top-notch. We have as partners highly skilled plastic surgeons and world-class hospitals, and our list of satisfied clients is growing longer by the day. So get in touch with us know and learn how easy it is to bring back that youthful glow you need so you can age in style!
What Does The Full Facelift Entail?
Aside from aging, there are other things that cause the skin to lose elasticity or sag and bring about unwanted lines, wrinkles and extra folds. Smoking, weight loss and prolonged exposure to the sun are examples of such factors.
A full facelift rejuvenates all three major “aesthetic units” of the face, namely: the forehead, the mid-face and the neck. It involves the removal of excess fat and the tightening of facial muscles and skin. This is done to give you a well-rested, fresh appearance from forehead to neck while maintaining your natural facial mimics.
Who Benefits From Full Facelift Surgery?
If you are of good physical and mental health, you are an ideal candidate for full facelift. It is also useful to be within your ideal weight range as subsequent weight loss can cause further wrinkling.
If you have some types or stages of diabetes or if you have problems with your heart, lungs and blood pressure, be sure to let the surgeon know. You could be unfit for surgery if any of these conditions remains uncontrolled.
If you are a smoker, it is important to give up the habit at least two weeks before and after the operation. Nicotine can have a serious effect on the healing process. And so do alcohol and certain medicine, vitamins and herbal supplements. Your surgeon will discuss other tips and steps on how to best prepare yourself for surgery.
Of course, having in-depth knowledge about the procedure through independent research will help you a great deal when discussing with your surgeon.
There are varied techniques to achieve a full facelift. The exact method to be used depends on your facial structure and upon your surgeon’s recommendation.
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Usually, your will be placed under a general anesthetic so you will be asleep for the duration of the surgery and will be free of pain.
The incision usually starts from the temples above the hairline and continues in front of the ear and carries on behind the earlobe to the lower scalp. For the neck lift, you may have a small incision under the chin.
Your surgeon then separates the skin from the fat and muscle below before tightening the underlying muscles and pulling the skin back and removing the excess skin. The incisions are then sewn up and bandaged. Plastic tubes may be left in the incisions to drain excess fluid.
Full facelift surgery is an inpatient procedure, and a delicate, but intensive surgery, so you’ll need to spend about 4 nights in the hospital after your operation.
What Happens After Your Full Facelift?
It is normal to experience bruising, swelling and numbness in the affected areas, but this will eventually subside over the course of several weeks. You will take prescriptive medicine to alleviate whatever discomfort you may feel. Sutures and bandages will be removed after a few days.
At the hospital, your blood pressure, pulse, temperature and face color will be regularly monitored by your nurses. You will also likely be asked stay at a semi-upright position as this helps reduce swelling and enables better observation by the nurses. You may also be asked to avoid coughing, stooping and straining as these can cause blood to rush to your face and minor bleeding.
At home, you should avoid bending and heavy lifting for about two weeks. Keeping a semi-upright posture for most of the day will further help reduce swelling. On the third or fourth day following your operation, you can start washing and gently blow-drying your hair. Cosmetic make-up may be used but you should avoid applying it along the suture line until your scars have healed fully. Smoking and alcohol intake are a big no-no during the recovery period.
You can expect to be back at work after about two weeks but should avoid strenuous activities for at least one month. Proper rest, a sensible diet and strictly following your surgeon’s orders will help speed up the healing process.
The Possible Complications Of A Full Facelift
Full facelift surgery is a very common procedure and complications, though very rare, can happen. These include prominent, red scars; bleeding under the skin; infection; hair loss surrounding the scars; nerve damage; broken capillaries; numbness around the incision areas; skin discoloration; asymmetrical features; and blood clotting.
Proper preparation before surgery as well as correct conduct after the operation will greatly decrease the possibility of these complications setting in.
A Full Facelift in Thailand – and most other procedures – can cost up to 70% less than what they cost in places like America, Australia, England, Sweden, Denmark and elsewhere. At the same time, the quality of medical care you’ll get is on par with the the safe, modern care you would expect in the West – and in some cases it’s better here. On top of that, you get our help for FREE.
- 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 a Full Face Lift is for you, then we’re here to help coordinate with everyone concerned to make this entire experience not only a success in terms of your personal results and your happiness with your new body, but also a memorable and positive trip on its own. We’re here to take the mystery out of coming to Thailand for plastic surgery, so let us help you with exactly that!
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