Last fact-checked: 23 November 2020
Add volume to your facial appearance with Sculptra® in Thailand. This type of dermal filler is used for correcting shallow and deep wrinkles, giving long-lasting results for up to two years.
Find out more about the treatment and discover reliable, top-quality clinics around the country with Medical Departures, where you can save 70% compared to prices back home.
You will discover a number of options for getting rid of facial lines and wrinkles–but not all of them target the same type of wrinkles:
Sculptra works best on shallow and deep static facial lines, including the nasolabial folds, giving subtle, natural-looking results.
Sculptra is an injectable facial dermal filler, made from a biodegradable and biocompatible material called poly-L-lactic acid. It has been in medical use in dissolving stitches for decades.
It works by replacing collagen, the essential protein required for building healthy skin, which we produce less of as we get older.
Thailand has many state-of-the-art medical facilities and clinics, staffed by practitioners who are well-trained, qualified. The Thais take pride in their work, always committed to providing excellent service and thinking of everything their patients need to make their experience as straightforward and enjoyable as it can possibly be. That's the Thai way in the Land of Smiles.
Clinical services for international patients visiting Thailand for treatment are typically very good, with adherence to international hygiene and safety procedures, such as the International Standards Organization (ISO). Make sure you search for the best-quality clinics, not just the lowest-priced, and you will be rewarded with a satisfactory outcome.
Medical Departures has over a decade of experience working with the best clinics and hospitals in dozens of locations around the world. We only partner with reliable clinics so you are assured of receiving quality care and impressive results.
While no medical procedure can ever be guaranteed, you can mitigate any problems by booking with a reliable facility that you can trust. This is why Medical Departures makes it our business to work with the best in Thailand and dozens of other destinations around the world Our pre-screening checks include:
You can find all of this information on our individual clinic listings in order to help you choose the right facility for your needs. Check out clinic photos, prices and location maps at these top-rated clinics in Thailand for Sculptra treatment:
Note: The above-listed clinics are both located in Bangkok, the Thai capital.
One treatment can be carried out in less than an hour. However, Sculptra is designed to work gradually and it usually works best as a series of three treatment sessions with at least a month between each one. The treatment stimulates collagen, and this process takes four to six weeks, hence the waiting time in-between each session.
Each session involves injecting the product into the specific areas under your skin. The changes to your face will happen subtly, but more noticeably, usually a few weeks after each session.
Things to note about your recovery/downtime following treatment:
The cost of Sculptra in Thailand is around AUD $1,000 dollars a vial, with most patients requiring three vials for the course of their treatments, equating to savings of around AUD $3,000 in total.
In Australia, one vial costs around AUD $1,200 ($3,600 in total), so you can expect savings of around 70% in Thailand in the price of treatment alone.
Get started by checking out our clinics for Sculptra in Thailand above or go to our global Sculptra listings page for a wider search.
Book through our site to secure the best prices online or get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you have any questions about Sculptra in Thailand. Or if you are ready to book your appointment, you can do so right here any time of the day or night, at no charge to you.
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Norling, Hannah. Wrinkles: What to Expect at 20, 30 and Beyond. Real Simple. 27 March 2018. https://www.realsimple.com/beauty-fashion/skincare/types-of-wrinkles
Facial fillers for wrinkles. Mayo Clinic. 1 January 2020. https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/facial-fillers/about/pac-20394072
International Organization for Standardization. Website accessed: 21 March 2020. https://www.iso.org/home.html