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Your Top Tips for Breast Augmentation in Bangkok

Cita Catellya



In recent years, Bangkok has become a hub for cosmetic tourism. Many women are traveling to the City to get naturally-shaped breasts to enhance their appearance without burdening themselves with debt. You might be wondering whether it’s safe to undergo a breast augmentation in this city. But don’t worry, you can have peace of mind because the quality of the medical centers in Thailand is on par with those in Western countries. One of the main reasons why a breast augmentation in Bangkok can cost so little with such a high-quality result is because the medical centers do not have to face high administrative and operative costs. Since the city has a low cost of living, medical centers can hire skilled surgeons at inexpensive costs. Besides, the Thai government supports cosmetic surgery as part of the national medical tourism program.

If you are considering having a Breast Augmentation in Bangkok, learn some of the following tips to make sure you have a safe trip.

Learn the Basics about Traveling to Thailand

This includes the visa, vaccination, the culture, and the city or the specific area you are going to visit. Thailand offers a Visa for Medical Treatment or tourist visa category “MT” which allows you to stay for up to 60 days and can be extended. For vaccination, you might want to ask the medical center that you will be undergoing the procedure in. There are no obligatory vaccines required to enter the country, but in general, the Tropical Medical Bureau recommends every traveler to have at least vaccines for Tetanus, Hepatitis A, and Typhoid. In addition, since you are going to stay in another country with a whole different culture, make sure you know the basics about Thailand’s culture.

Perform A Comprehensive Research About the Medical Center

Although the majority of medical centers have high-standards, there might be some that may not suit your standards. You can find any information you need online. Make sure that the medical center you choose is JCI accredited because that means the medical center has passed the international standards of care that JCI set. All the best medical centers also have top reviews. You also need to check if the medical center provides all the services you need to make sure you have excellent care and to recover as quickly as possible.

Know Your Doctor

This is to make sure that you are in good hands. Other than the hospital, you also need to know if your doctor is fully accredited, have the right skill set with the experience. You can ask for the doctor’s certification that is recognized by Thailand’s health department. Some doctors claim to be members of international medical associations. Ask your doctor for his pictures, certification, or a portfolio of his body of work as legitimate prove.

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Find Out How Long You Need to Stay in Bangkok

By knowing how long you need to stay in Bangkok, you can plan and book a round trip. It is also essential because you can find out how long you need to take time off work. Breast augmentation normally lasts from 1 to 1.5 hours. You may go back to your hotel or stay overnight at the medical center. However, you usually need to stay in the country between 10 and 14 days after surgery for the initial recovery and Health checks.

If finding information online overwhelms you or if it is hard for you to find a reliable source, MyMediTravel offers all of the information you will need in one place. You can also request a free quote to know which medical center would suit you best, to save you hours of researching time.

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Cita Catellya is a journalist and content writer who covers a range of topics from medical and property to leisure and tourism. Her career began as a copywriter, where she worked with several brands in Indonesia to help them increase their online presence.

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