Many tourists decide to travel to Thailand for medical tourism and one of the most popular procedures is the simple facelift. Many people though are not entirely sure what this procedure involves so this blog post will outline a few procedures that you can come to expect if you decide to have a facelift in Thailand.
A facelift is designed to give you a more youthful appearance by removing excess facial skin and this can involve the tightening or not of the underlying tissue also. According to 2008 statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, facelifts were the sixth most popular procedure that people had.
If you consider the cost of such a procedure in the US compared to Thailand then you will come to understand why there has been sudden boom in travelers to Thailand who want cosmetic surgery at a cheaper price without compromising on care and service. For those who are interested the first ever facelift was performed in Berlin in 1901 by Eugene Hollander who was a German surgeon.
Having a facelift in Thailand is helpful if you want to eliminate skin folds in the neck and laxity of tissues in the cheeks. A facelift requires skin incisions in order to make the procedure happen and facelift is also combined with eyelid surgery or other facial procedures.
When you have a facelift in Thailand please do not worry. It is all down under general anesthesia or deep twilight sleep so you will wake up after the operation feeling a little discomfort but this is expected and both your doctor and surgeon will advise you of the care and recuperation you need to undertake so that you recover quickly and safely from the operation.
This means that there is a definite benefit to having a facelift in Thailand, after all, relaxing and recuperating on a beautiful beach sounds infinitely more seductive than simply relaxing at home so what are you waiting for?
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