Tummy Tuck Thailand
A beautifully flat stomach is the envy of all and a desired aspect in both men and women. Some are not genetically predisposed to having a toned abdominal area, no matter how hard they exercise or follow healthy eating plans and in such cases a tummy tuck in Thailand can be just the answer to achieve the beautifully flat tummy you’ve always dreamed of.
|PAI in Bangkok||Phuket Hospital||Bangkok Hospital Samui||Bandon Hospital Samui|
|3,356 -4,068||4,600 - 6,000||4,326||4,065||3,870|
|Stay in Hospital||
|2 nights||3 nights||1-2 nights||2-3 nights|
The surgeon removes excess skin and fat from the abdominal area, often tightening the muscles of the abdominal wall. This surgical procedure can assist those who have lost a vast amount of weight and now have extra loose skin. It is also a useful treatment after childbirth to firm the appearance of the stomach.
What is the length of the tummy tuck surgery in Thailand?
The surgery should take about 1 – 2 hours in the case of a partial abdominoplasty procedure, though a full abdominoplasty will take in the region of 1 – 5 hours.
Who is a candidate for tummy tuck surgery?
The ideal candidate for tummy tuck surgery in Thailand will be someone who has excess sagging skin and fat on the abdominal area. This may be from excessive weight gain and loss or from pregnancy, which stretches the skin.
How is the surgery performed?
The focus area is the horizontal abdominal area. Incisions will be made and excess fat and skin removed where necessary. Depending on the extent of the surgery needing to be done, an oval may be cut around the navel and once the excess skin has been cut away the skin will be reattached in position around the navel. The incisions are sutured and properly bandaged to prevent scarring.
What does a patient expect from a tummy tuck in Thailand?
The patient can expect a firmer, flatter, more attractive abdominal area where all excess loose skin and fat have been removed.
What are the risks and side effects involved with a tummy tuck?
The patient can expect to experience pain, discomfort, bruising and possible bleeding and infection. Patients will experience numbness and swelling during the first couple of days after surgery but the worst of the pain can be controlled with analgesics.
How long does the patient need to stay in hospital?
The patient will need to stay in hospital for 3 – 4 nights, depending on the extent of the surgery.
Are there any noticeable scars?
Generally there are no major visible scars. Minor visible scarring may occur and this can take up to six months to fade to a fine line which is hardly noticeable.
What type of Anesthesia is used?
General anesthesia is used during a tummy tuck in Thailand.
Frequently asked questions:
When can the patient start exercising after the surgery?
The patient should wait for three months after the surgery to start doing abdominal exercises, however mild exercise can begin 2 – 3 weeks after surgery.
What sort of precautions should be taken before tummy tuck surgery in Thailand?
You should have a check-up to ensure that you are in peak physical health. Your doctor may send off for lab results and you may be prescribed certain medications two weeks ahead of the surgery. The patient should refrain from drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes and should stop all medication and herbal supplements.