Breast Reduction Tummy Tuck Surgery Thailand: Georgia’s new body

This is Georgia’s amazing story and before after pictures for her breast reduction & Tummy Tuck surgery in Thailand.

Plastic surgery in Thailand is safe and affordable. I am a 40-year-old confident and intelligent woman and yet when I told my mother that I was going to have surgery in Thailand, she was horrified. My mother lives in Germany and being of “that” certain age, she does not use the Internet and lives and breathes what she sees on the television or reads in gossipy magazines. Her reaction was based totally on sensationalized media scare mongering of botched jobs on women when having plastic surgical treatments in Thailand. Her rampant imagination had me being butchered on a concrete slab in a sleazy laneway by a barefoot elephant riding witch doctor! We speak on the telephone each week as we are quite close, but this was the cause of many an argument between us, after I had told her of my plans. She is now one that has had her eyes opened to the real facts of the situation.

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before after picture Breast Reduction Tummy Tuck Surgery Thailand

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My decision to have plastic surgery had been thwarted on a couple of occasions prior to this. From the age of 15 to my early 20’s despite being on the big side it was somewhat camouflaged by the fact that I am almost 6ft in height, so I could get away with carrying some extra bulk on my frame. Before I left Germany to live in New Zealand, I actually went to seek advice from a surgeon in relation to having a breast reduction done, as my enormous boobs were giving me intolerable backache. I did not go ahead with it at the time.

By the time I was in my late 20’s I had lost 20 kilograms and was left with the very unappealing remnants of my fat body literally rolling around my waist. I had worked hard at the gym and had a personal trainer six days a week in an effort to lose the weight, but was now hindered by the skin rolls even when I exercised. My excess weight was now purely the skin and not fat! I was told that no matter what I did in relation to exercising to reshape my body, it was not going to work unless I got rid of the skin folds. I again investigated the possibility of having plastic surgery done, but the fact that I had not had children at that point was a determining factor. It was the beginning of my “waiting” game.


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Post children and two very “big” babies at that, it was my time to at long last realize my dream of having a good body. I have always been in the spotlight at social functions and on television due to my work, so I have a healthy dose of self-esteem that flows through to the fact that I have always liked to look good. But not just in a vain way, this extends to being as fit as I can be. My body now was not just an excess skin party around my middle; I also had huge saggy boobs from the pregnancies. Also with my last baby, I had had a caesarean, so my stomach muscles had been cut through and overall my skin had lost all of its elasticity from being stretched. It was not a pretty picture whenever I looked in a mirror. I think it was clear that I was ready for a mommy makeover in Thailand. CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR BROCHURE

It was word of mouth that lead me to Destination Beauty in Thailand. A young work colleague of mine had been to Thailand for breast augmentation surgery and she had raved about how good Destination Beauty had been when she used them. I was impressed with the work that she had had done and this lead me to research the possibility of my going overseas for surgery. I decided to consult a local specialist in New Zealand first to see what exactly I would require and the cost of doing it close to home. Armed with the information of what it would entail from a surgical point of view and a price of approximately $30,000, I then contacted Destination Beauty to obtain advice and the cost of having the surgery in Thailand.

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The whole exercise of surgery, hospital costs, hotel, flights etc. came to approximately $20,000, a saving of about $10,000, which can’t be sneezed at, but it was not the only thing I took into consideration.

Facts about Georgia’s surgery – Breast Reduction Tummy Tuck Surgery Thailand

Plastic Surgery Center: Destination Beauty @ Samitivej Hospital

Procedures: Breast lift, breast reduction, tummy tuck and Liposuction.


Breast Reduction Tummy Tuck Surgery Thailand before after

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I also had to take into account a few other factors. If I had the surgery done in New Zealand, I would only be kept in hospital for two nights and then packed off home. I have a 4 year old and a 16 month old, and I knew there was no way that I could recoup in my home environment because of the demands of being a mum. My husband runs his business from home and volunteered to look after the kids whilst I was away, which was a godsend. The surgery angle held no trepidation for me at all considering I had already been in hospitals. As far as going overseas is concerned, I have always traveled extensively for my work, with Bangkok firmly one of the destinations that I had frequented on numerous occasions. I debated about having it done in Phuket rather than Bangkok, but decided that this trip was definitely a “rest and recovery” venture and not a sightseeing tourist jaunt, hence Bangkok won out.


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I spent one week in hospital under Destination Beauty’s personal care, as I had to have the surgeries done in two separate rounds. The first one involved liposuction of my hips and abdomen and the tummy tuck. The second operation, which I had three days later, was a breast reduction and a breast lift. Everyone was fantastic and I felt in very good hands with no qualms whatsoever. After a week spent recovering in the hotel, my stitches were proving to be a bit of a problem due to the thinness of my skin. my plastic surgeon wanted me to stay in Bangkok for another week to ensure that my stitches were healing properly and despite my initially saying “no”, when I told my husband, he insisted that I do what the doctor told me was in my best interests. It was a tearful me that spoke to my children on the telephone that night, saying that I would not see them for another week.

I now love my new body despite the fact that my scars are still healing, as it has only been 3 months. It is incredible the difference it has made to my day-to-day life. I am over the moon with the results of my surgery in Thailand and my self-confidence has soared and several girlfriends are green with envy. I even wore my first ever “insy weeny” bikini the other day to show off the new me. CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR BROCHURE

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