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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Recommended Hospitals for Liposuction in Thailand

Thailand has been one of the favourite medical tourism destinations for all over the world. This may be primarily due to the cultural heritage, state-of-the-art medical facilities, personalized hospitality and reasonable medical costs. The country takes pride in having the first hospital to receive the first JCI accreditation in Asia. It has highest number of JCI accredited hospitals in Asia.

Are you looking for top plastic surgeons for your liposuction procedure in Thailand? Here is a list of recommended hospitals.

Yanhee Hospital Health & Beauty
454 Charansanitwong Road, Soi 90 Bang-o, Bangkok, Bangkok Province, 10700, Thailand.

Established in 1984, Yanhee Hospital, Bangkok is one of the most prestigious, successful and highly-respected centers of medical excellence. They provide the finest health, cosmetic and beauty services to local and international clients at competitive prices.

To date, they have welcomed patients from 162 countries, 75% of whom are repeat clients or recommended via word of mouth. Yanhee is truly a one-stop center, offering a vast range of medical and dental treatments and beauty enhancement packages. Delivered by doctors trained in the finest Thai academies with years of experience and expertise in their chosen fields, they also focus on medical treatments alongside their expertise in plastic surgery and cosmetic services.

The hospital itself is a 15-storey building with 400 beds and employing 150 full-time doctors, 120 part-time professionals and over 800 nurses. They have an on-site diagnostic laboratory, 95 outpatient examination rooms, emergency rooms, an ICU with 18 beds and a nursery. They have been JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited since 2000 and continue to maintain their gold standard in global health.Their staff speak fluent English and they provide a translator service free of charge to ensure effective communication for all their overseas visitors. Yanhee offer the most comprehensive range of treatments from cosmetic and plastic surgery to heart, kidney and dental work and everything in between.

Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute
44 Chalermprakiat Ror 9 Rd, Phuket, 83000, Thailand

The Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI) is a newly-formed, one-stop clinic which caters for all your plastic and cosmetic surgery needs for body, breasts and face.

Boasting a top-class team of plastic surgeons, management, healthcare providers and medical staff, their aim is to be the best aesthetic plastic surgery facility in Thailand, ASEAN and Asia Pacific.

Their team of 11 plastic surgeons are all English speaking, board registered, highly respected, fully qualified and internationally recognised as leaders in their particular disciplines. They only employ the finest in their field with thousands of hours of experience between them. Their medical team are constantly evolving, keeping abreast of new procedures, advances and technology via global medical conferences.

Located within the Phuket International Hospital, the first private and one of the largest hospitals on the tropical island of Phuket, their clinics boast state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Their patient accommodation is of the highest standard with satellite TV, air conditioning, balcony, en-suite, telephone and access to Wi-Fi. The regions is famous for its stunning white-sandy beaches, fabulous food, 5-star boutique hotels, colorful and exotic nightlife and traditional Thai hospitality. With Thailand now one of the top destinations for medical tourism, there can be nowhere more perfect than Phuket for you to wind down and begin your recovery from your surgery.

Liposuction frequently asked questions

Even with diet and exercise some people find there are stubborn pockets, which could be anywhere on the body, including hips, thighs, buttocks, calves, ankles, back, arms, neck and breasts, that are diet-resistant.

Liposuction, often combined with other cosmetic surgery procedures, is one of the easiest ways to achieve the result you desire.

Here it the list of frequently asked questions:

Am I suitable for liposuction?

You are suitable for liposuction if:

  • You have localized areas of fat deposits that are out of proportion with the rest of your body
  • You would prefer more definition in certain areas of the body
  • Your skin elasticity is good (liposuction removes the fat but doesn’t tighten skin)
Liposuction before and after – Anything I should do to help?

Your surgeon will answer any questions you have and provide you with instructions, but it is likely that before liposuction surgery you will be asked to:

  • Stop smoking to promote better healing and minimise complications
  • Try to achieve lifestyle or weight changes to ensure best results
  • Avoid taking aspirin or other medications which cause increased bleeding
After liposuction surgery you will need to:
  • Get someone to pick you up as you won’t be able to drive (and to stay with you overnight)
  • Wear comfortable, loose clothing
The Liposuction Procedure Techniques

Most liposuction procedures only take round ninety minutes, but this varies depending upon how much fat is removed and whether you have multiple liposuction sites on both sides of the body, in which case it may take around 3 hours.

Before the liposuction procedure starts you will be given an anesthetic. Once this has taken effect, the surgeon makes small cuts in the problem area and inserts a suction device to remove the fat.

There are different liposuction techniques your surgeon may use:
  • Tumescent liposuction – where a saline solution with anesthetic and drugs is injected into the fat which reduces blood loss, pain and eases the removal of the fat
  • Ultrasound liposuction – which uses ultrasound to liquefy the fat prior to removal

Liposuction Recovery Time

Immediately after surgery your wounds may drain or leak fluids for several days and you will need to wear special tight garments to keep your skin compressed for several weeks.

Discomfort, rather than pain, is usual after liposuction which may last for several weeks. Bruising and swelling are normal – the bruising lasting for 7 to 10 days and the swelling being at its maximum after 48 hours and gradually subsiding within over 2-3 weeks.

You should take it easy and not do any strenuous exercise in the first 6 weeks, although light movement, especially walking, is encouraged as soon as possible after surgery.

How much will I save on liposuction prices abroad?

Liposuction costs vary, depending on the area you are having done. Larger areas, such as your tummy will cost considerably more than, say, your upper arms. Generally, most people make savings of 50%, with some as much as 85% by traveling abroad.

Is the quality of care the same for liposuction abroad?

There are certainly unscrupulous clinics out there, but there are also a large amount of good, reliable, high-quality clinics that will perform your surgery with dedication and care.

Do some research on your surgeon and clinic, looking out for professional memberships and accreditation, as well as liposuction reviews from former patients.

Companies such as Medical Departures already pre-check their doctors and clinics, as well as providing patient reviews, virtual tours and clinic photos so you can look before you book and be assured that your liposuction abroad is handled by qualified and reliable doctors.

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