Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket Province

The Ultimate Guide to Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket Province

Last fact-checked: 9 October 2020

Medical Departures can help you find excellent facilities for double eyelid surgery in Phuket with our quality-checked online listings. 

Phuket is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist attractions–and little wonder with its idyllic beaches, turquoise waters and sunny disposition. It’s the perfect place for a pre-treatment holiday or post-surgery recovery.

Am I Suitable for Double Eyelid Surgery?

Double eyelid surgery (also known as blepharoplasty) can be used to treat a range of problems, including wrinkles and eyebags.

Asian patients with "single" eyelids commonly undergo this procedure to form a double eyelid, which opens up the eye area and makes eyes appear larger.

This procedure is sometimes known as Asian blepharoplasty.

Why Consider Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket?

Already a favorite holiday location for international travelers, Phuket is also making a name for itself as a world-class destination for health and well-being tourism. You will discover plenty of excellent quality spa clinics on the island for some real relaxing and recuperation time, along with a vast array of leisure pursuits to help you unwind.

It stands to reason that medical tourism is also among Phuket’s excellent quality offerings. Competitive pricing and a commitment to delivering excellence to international patients help ensure the standards remain high.

Doctor training is generally excellent in Thailand–it is a respected profession and our listed specialists are certified and experienced; many undertake further specialist training. You can always check the Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons of Thailand to see if your prospective surgeon is registered with them.

Medical Departures always recommends doing background research to find out as much as you can about the qualifications and skills of any doctor you visit abroad. This is not always easy to do, which is why we do the hard work for you.

Our listings show doctor qualifications and professional memberships, as well as publishing clinic photos and authenticated patient testimonials. Alongside other useful information and prices, you can get a good feel whether a clinic and/or surgeon is for you–and we are always available at the end of a toll-free phone call if you’d like to talk things through.

What Does the Procedure for Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket Involve?

The procedure is reasonably swift–typically taking around an hour. Usually, light sedation or a local anesthetic is given, so there is no need for an overnight stay in hospital.

The procedure generally uses variations of two techniques:

  • The incision technique is permanent and uses an incision to form a double eyelid.
  • The non-incision method uses just stitches to form the double eyelid by folding the skin. However, this isn’t permanent as with time the skin stretches and the single lid returns.

Read more about what double eyelid surgery involves here

What Is the Cost of Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket Compared to Australia or New Zealand?

Double Eyelid Surgery in Phuket costs around AUD $4,000 (EURO €2,800; UK £2,200; US $3,000; CAN $4,00) compared to an Australian average of AUD $8,000 (EURO €5,3500; UK £4,500; US $6,000; CAN $8,00).

Please note: These are estimated prices at the time of writing. Check out updated prices, as well as photos, surgeon profiles, patient testimonials and more at these leading clinics in Phuket for double eyelid surgery:

What's Next?

Discover more and compare prices at our surgeons and clinics in Phuket that offer this procedure. Book with Medical Departures directly online or contact our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions about double eyelid surgery in Phuket. See below for ways to make your appointment.


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Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons of Thailand. 2020.

Phuket. Website accessed: 9 October 2020