Facelift Thailand – What to expect after surgery and how to smile through the scars

Update 16/09/2018


Having a facelift in Thailand is a relatively simple procedure but that does not mean you should not follow the following post-operative guide thoroughly to ensure a swift recovery.  First of all you can expect bruising and swelling of the face and you should avoid any strenuous activity for at least 4 – 6 weeks after having the procedure.  This is so that the body has ample time so that it can adjust to the healing process.

In terms of risks or complications the scars are usually hidden by the hairline or in the natural creases of the face and ears.  The scars will fade over time and will end up being barely visible.  As long as you take life easy after the procedure and avoid doing anything that can stretch or apply pressure to the face then the recovery procedure is relatively straightforward.  You should also be prescribed pain medication from your doctor if you are experiencing and acute pain.  You can be assured though that you will receive top-notch pre and post-operation care and that the highly trained surgeons will listen to your concerns about the procedure and will immediately put you at ease.  This means that all you need to do is lie back, relax and wait to be woken up looking brand new. 

This is all thanks to having a facelift in Thailand and now this procedure is more affordable and safer than ever so there really is no excuse, especially if you have been wanting to have this procedure done for a while but it costs too much in your own country.  Go ahead and treat yourself today, there is no wonder that having a face lift in Thailand has seen a huge jump in the medical tourism trade and so you really have no excuse now not to treat yourself.



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