Facelift in Thailand – Lifting The Face
Talking with my girlfriends recently I decided to look in the mirror and take a long look at my appearance. For those who do not know I am a 45 year old housewife, divorced, with two kids. To say that my love life is lacking would be an understatement so I was surprised when one of my girlfriends came back after a trip to Thailand and told me about the miracle she had of having a facelift and how it was so much cheaper than back here in the USA.
I am a skeptic at heart, I have never needed cosmetic surgery or even thought about it but as I looked at my friend and her new face I started to look more in to what is involved in having a facelift in Thailand and what I would be up against. I started looking on the internet for how to go about and get started, I mean I could never even place Thailand on a map until I started looking in to this and when I decided to search for ‘Facelifts in Thailand’ the amount of information I was presented with was seriously overwhelming. I never knew there were so many different kinds of cosmetic surgery procedures available in Thailand or how much was involved in the actual facelift procedure itself until I sat down with my usual morning coffee and started sifting through the internet search results, housework all done of course!
Did you know about the different types of facelifts available? I was seriously overwhelmed, again and as I looked in the mirror I started to visualise how I would look with a new face. Doesn't the idea of a new face sound scary? Granted, a facelift is not exactly a new face but it is simply a procedure that tightens the skin around the face and removes excess skin which makes the face look younger and rejuvenated. I also started looking up Thailand, I have never travelled before but this sounds like an exciting and vibrant country and when I finally saw the prices of the flight combined with the procedure itself I was pleasantly surprised at just how much I would save. But then I started to get scared, what if having a facelift in Thailand was not up to the medical standards I was used to at home? What if it went wrong and I was irreversibly scarred and ended up looking like Harvey Dent from Batman?
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