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The director of Yanhee Hospital in Bangkok says 50 million baht is being invested to create a centre dedicated to fixing botched surgical procedures. Dr Supot Sumritvanitcha says Yahnee Hospital will be the first facility in Thailand to offer this service.

The Nation reports that the need has arisen due to illegal beauty clinics and other underground facilities offering procedures carried out by unqualified surgeons that endanger health, put people’s lives at risk and waste their money.

Now Dr Supot says a team of fifteen doctors based at the Yahnee Hospital centre can fix surgery that’s gone wrong, including double eyelid surgery (popular in Asian countries), nose jobs, breast surgery, facelifts, chin augmentation, and liquid silicone injections.

“The centre is expected to gain around 1,000 customers in the first year of its opening, or approximately 10 million baht. Our doctors are experts in plastic surgery and members of the Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons of Thailand. Meanwhile, the hospital’s quality standards are guaranteed by the Joint Commission International.”

SOURCE: The Nation

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