Facelift Prices in South Korea

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Facelift prices in South Korea are substantially lower than that in USA and Europe for the same if not better quality of treatment.

South Korea has one of the best healthcare systems in the world and is emerging as one of the top destinations for medical tourism. The government enforces health standards and has policies to ensure that all public and private hospitals keep their system updated which is an additional draw for medical tourists.

Another reason why South Korea is an attractive destination for medical treatment is the lower costs. Prices for facelifts in South Korea start at a very low rate of USD$7,337 (AUD $9,100) compared to USD$18,033 in the US and AUD $22,500 in Australia.

A facelift, also called Rhytidectomy is a cosmetic surgery that reshape your face giving it a more youthful appearance. It tightens loose skin around the jaw-line or jowls, removes deep creases around the mouth and nose and excess skin and fat under the chin and in the neck.

Any pain and discomfort normally gets better after 48 hours and any bruising and swelling normally subsides within 2 days and should be completely cleared in about 2 weeks.

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The quality of medical services and the surgeon’s expertise and experience are very important when you make a decision to go abroad for medical treatments. When you book with Medical Departures you are assured that hospitals like Grand Plastic Surgery and Dream Medical Group have been thoroughly vetted and adhere to the highest standards with regard to equipment, hygiene and safety measures. We conduct background on all doctors, clinics and hospitals which includes legal and criminal records, verifying qualifications and professional memberships, and confirming all prices.

Grand Plastic Surgery

The hospital premises is an impressive glass facade, 21-storey building, 15 of which are above ground and each floor offers different treatments. The hospital adheres to high international standards and protocols and uses the latest equipment and technologies. It has 9 specialized treatment areas and a team of highly skilled doctors and surgeons.

The clinic offers extensive translation services which includes English, Malay, Indonesian, German, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Mongolian and Vietnamese. It has achieved a star rating of 4.5 based on 21 reviews.

Dream Medical Group

Providing high-quality medical expertise in plastic and aesthetic surgery and dentistry, the group of hospitals are run by an elite group of specialists. The hospital utilizes the finest quality materials, groundbreaking techniques with state-of-the-art equipment and technology and adheres to international levels of safety and hygiene standards.

The hospital boasts an impressive 13 Dream Team, fully-qualified, board-registered medical professionals with over 100 multilingual staff and has achieved a star rating of 4.5 based on 15 reviews.

If you are concerned about global medical care then Medical Departures’ No Worries warranty gives you peace-of-mind when you visit a global doctor or dentist. Medical Departures will pay for your airfare, hotel and ground transportation should you need to return for a revision.

So get in touch with Medical Departures to find out more about facelift prices in South Korea.

David De Los Santos

David De Los Santos has a master's degree in Psychology in Organizational Development and is currently writing for both Dental and Medical Departures.

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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your dentist or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment