Facelift

What To Expect During Your Facelift Consultation

During the consultation for your facelift in Thailand, your surgeon will discuss the risks and possible complications associated with the procedure.

Our cosmetic surgeon will also speak with you about the type of anesthesia that will be used during the operation. Our plastic surgeon will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the procedure. You should always feel completely informed before deciding to have any elective surgery.

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Facelift

What Facelifts Won't Do:

As a restorative surgery, a facelift does not change your fundamental appearance and cannot stop the aging process.

Is it right for me?

Before you decide to have a facelift in Thailand, you should think carefully about your expectations as well as possible risks, and discuss them with your surgeon. The best candidates for a facelift are those who are looking for improvement, not perfection, in the way they look.

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Eyelid Lift

FAQs

Q1 : Will I be asleep during the surgery?

A1 : Local anesthesia with sedation will be used to eliminate pain and reduce anxiety. However, you will not be put to sleep because the surgeon will need you to move your eyes from time to time while the surgery is going on.


Q2 : How long will I be in the operating room?

A2 : Blepharoplasty lasts 1-2 hours depending on the severity of the problem.


Q3 : How many days should I stay in the hospital?

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Chin Advancement & Chin Implant

FAQs

Q1 : Can I have chin liposuction with genioplasty?

A1 : Our experts will make a pre-surgical assessment to determine whether this combination is good for you or not.


Q2 : What is the recovery time?

A2 : Pain and swelling will gradually diminish over 1-2 weeks for chin implant and up to 3 weeks in chin advancement surgery.


Q3 : Will the scars be obvious?

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Cheekbone Reduction

FAQs

Q1 : Will I be asleep during surgery?

A1 : You will be asleep under general anesthesia and unable to feel pain during surgery.


Q2 : What adjustments do I have to face after surgery?

A2 : It will hurt to open your mouth so you will be on a soft diet for a few days. Facial expressions will be limited temporarily for the same reason. As your incisions heal, regular food will slowly be allowed under your doctor’s supervision and you will be able to smile or frown with less pain.

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