Vaginal Rejuvenation in Thailand

The Ultimate Guide to Vaginal Rejuvenation in Thailand

Last fact-checked: 16 September 2020

Becoming increasingly popular as a cosmetic surgery procedure, you can undergo vaginal rejuvenation in Thailand for a fraction of the price you’d pay at home.

Heading abroad to this exotic location for medical treatment also gives you the chance to relax pre or post-surgery in one of Thailand’s amazing locations, including Bangkok, Phuket or Pattaya.

What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation - And What Does it Involve?

Vaginal rejuvenation is the name given to a number of different procedures that can be carried out to the female genitalia. These are sought for different reasons, such as to change the aesthetics, repair damage or enhance sexual pleasure.

Vaginal rejuvenation can help to restore self-confidence, especially if, after having children, your body has changed beyond all recognition. Individual procedures may include:

  • Vaginoplasty, which tightens the vaginal muscles that may have become loose due to childbirth or simply ageing
  • Labiaplasty (to reduce the size of the labia)
  • Clitoropexy (to adjust the size or position of the clitoris)
  • Hymenoplasty (to restore the hymen)
  • Pelvic floor and/or perineum repair and G Spot amplification

Why Consider Vaginal Rejuvenation in Thailand?

Thailand has become a world-renowned destination for plastic surgery – especially when it comes to both male and female genitalia procedures. When booking through our site, you can rest assured that you will be in good hands; the medical clinics and hospitals we have partnered with here are exceptionally good, using the latest technology, international protocols on hygiene and safety and modern, contemporary facilities which could be mistaken for a boutique hotel.

If you are going to embark on this surgery, then you will need to be prepared to take it easy for a few days afterwards. You will be much more comfortable lying down – so why not be poolside with a long, tall glass of something refreshing rather than at home?

Obviously, any type of surgery takes careful consideration and you should always do your research on medical facilities and surgeons. Medical Departures makes it so much easier as all our listings have already been background-checked by us. We’ve visited the clinics, verified doctor qualifications, checked out professional registrations and collected real patient reviews which are all made available for free on our site.

How Long Does the Surgery Take?

Most vaginal rejuvenation procedures take between one and three hours, but this will be dependent on what ones you decide to have done. Your surgeon will discuss with you the exact nature of each procedure and what you hope to achieve. 

What Is the Recovery Time?

Recovery time is remarkably quick for this kind of surgery in comparison to other procedures. You will experience some discomfort, and sitting will be awkward for a couple of days, but it shouldn’t be very painful. In case the discomfort is too much to bear during the first few days, you may be prescribed painkillers. 

You won’t be able to have a bath until the stitches have dissolved, which is around six days, although showering should be fine after a couple of days.

You will need to take things easy for six weeks – no vigorous exercise (including sexual intercourse) or heavy lifting.

What Is the Cost of Vaginal Rejuvenation in Thailand Compared to Australia and New Zealand?

Vaginal rejuvenation in Thailand costs around 50% less than it does in Australia, as well as other developed countries. 

To see some of the latest prices on offer, take a look through these top three clinics in Thailand that offer vaginal rejuvenation surgery:

What Now?

Find and compare prices at vaginal rejuvenation clinics in Thailand and see how they can help you.

To book, see below for easy ways to arrange a free appointment. You can also get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions about vaginal rejuvenation in Thailand. They can help you with other aspects of your medical trip to Thailand, such as booking accommodation, insurance and finance. 

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Labiaplasty (vulva surgery. NHS. Website accessed: 16 September 2020. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/cosmetic-procedures/labiaplasty/

Santilli, Mara. What Exactly Is A Designer Vagina? What To Know About Labiaplasty. Women's Health. 15 march 2020. https://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/a30770375/designer-vagina/

International Organization for Standardization. Website accessed: 22 January 2020. https://www.iso.org/home.html

Vaginal Rejuvenation - What Is Vaginoplasty? American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Website accessed: 16 September 2020. https://www.plasticsurgery.org/cosmetic-procedures/vaginal-rejuvenation/vaginoplasty