Last fact-checked: 17 August 2020
Give your face a new lease of life with facial rejuvenation in Thailand. This is a flexible, tailor-made combination of both surgical and non-surgical treatments designed to target those problem areas that might be making you look older than you feel.
Discover what treatments are available at our quality-checked partner clinics in Thailand and book through our site to lock in the best price online.
Thailand is well-known for its expertise in the field of cosmetic surgery. Over the past two decades, Thailand has grown into the world's leading medical travel destination. Millions of people have rejuvenated their faces here, returning home with a more youthful look.
Cost is the primary motivation that most people look toward Thailand for their surgery, particularly when patients see and experience the quality of care on offer. A medical tourism hub, Thailand invested heavily in the 1990s, encouraging foreign patients to visit Bangkok’s newly-equipped state-of-the-art hospitals and clinics.
It has been so successful that quality facilities are now found all across the country, more than 60 of which have been accredited by the Joint Commission International, one of the most prestigious organizations for monitoring quality and safety standards in health institutions around the world.
It is not only the modern clinics and hospitals that bring patients here; the medical expertise is outstanding, and so too is the Thai’s legendary customer service. Hospital rooms are decked out like boutique hotels with all modern conveniences. The patient experience is quite another world from what many Westerners experience at home.
Booking through our site gives you that much-needed peace-of-mind when going abroad for treatment. All our listed doctors and clinics have been fully background-checked; we review legal and criminal records, verify qualifications, confirm professional memberships and publish authentic patient reviews. These are regularly posted to our website, along with high definition photos so you can get a good idea of the kind of services you are likely to receive at a given clinic.
Facial rejuvenation is very much an individual treatment. Multiple combinations can be had, so no two treatments are necessarily the same. Before you embark on your procedure, you will have a thorough consultation with your surgeon to decide what surgical and non-surgical treatments will help you reach your goals.
For example, your treatment may include:
You can read more about what a facial rejuvenation may entail here.
Note: Any surgery will usually be performed first, and you may have to wait for several months’ to let your body heal before non-surgical enhancements can begin.
As a broad indication, following any surgery, you will likely experience some discomfort for several days after and swelling and bruising are likely for a couple of weeks. You will be advised to be patient, avoiding anything that is too strenuous for around six weeks; this includes lifting anything heavy and vigorous exercise.
After six months your face should be healed and you will be able to return to Thailand at your option for further enhancements. The downtime for non-surgical treatments is much less and recovery can be a matter of hours to a week or so.
The combination of treatments will affect the price, but, if a full facelift was included, along with some non-surgical treatments, then the facial rejuvenation in Thailand could cost upwards of AUD $13,0000 (US $9,000; CAD $12,000; GBP £6,000; Euros 8,000).
This is compared to AUD $26,000 (US $18,000; CAD $24,000; GBP £12,000; Euros 16,000) in Australia.
These prices are rough estimates. Take a look at more up-to-date prices at these top facilities across Thailand that offer facial rejuvenation procedures and packages:
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