Last fact-checked: 17 March 2020
If you’re looking for THE place to go for wrinkle treatments, Bangkok has got to be it. Surgeons in the Thai capital excel in delivering high-quality cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures for reasonable prices, and there is also a myriad of non-surgical options to help reduce or eliminate these signs of aging.
Find out what's available (and for how much) in Bangkok and find a background-checked clinic with Medical Departures.
Aging and accumulated skin damage progressively cause fine lines, creases and folds to develop – also known as wrinkles. The aging process may be exacerbated by a number of other factors – some of which we have no control over, such as our genetics – and others that we do, such as smoking, diet and sun exposure.
When the collagen in the skin begins to break down, which is a normal part of the aging process, it has a noticeable effect. Crepey, wrinkly skin and hyperpigmentation problems, such as the brown liver spots caused by sun damage are the major giveaway signs of age.
Not all treatments work for all wrinkles and so understanding what specific procedure(s) will work most effectively for your particular problem(s) is key to achieving the desired result.
Most anti-wrinkle treatments tend to concentrate on the face, but it is not just the face that is susceptible to aging. Some other areas on the body, including the skin on backs of the hands, actually age much quicker than the face, mainly because the skin is much thinner, and there is very little fat on the back of the hands.
Today, there are countless options available in Bangkok to tackle wrinkles and to make them less visible – from surgery, through to the numerous non-surgical treatments. Learn more about these popular wrinkle treatments in Bangkok available at our partners clinics:
Bangkok has a world-renowned reputation for cosmetic surgery – from the smallest nip and tuck to, perhaps, the ultimate in cosmetic procedures – gender reassignment. Modern hospitals are kitted out with cutting-edge technology and the latest surgical equipment and specialist clinics administer non-surgical treatments with proven techniques and well-known brands.
Whether you are considering a quick solution with a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure with minimal downtime or something requiring a longer stay, for example, surgery, we can help you find quality clinics and practitioners that have been verified by us.
All verified clinics you see listed on Medical Departures are checked by us, with doctor’s qualifications, professional memberships and international affiliations confirmed. Clinics are visited personally by our teams, and providing everything is as it should be, the clinic is listed, along with clinic photos and virtual tours so our patients can see for themselves if it’s the kind of place they’d like to have their cosmetic procedures carried out.
For many people, the cost is the initial reason they look to having treatment in Bangkok, but that need not be at the expense of quality. There are great facilities and extremely well-qualified surgeons with international credentials - just ensure you choose wisely.
Obviously, the costs vary widely, depending on the treatment you are having; for example, a facelift in Bangkok costs, on average AUD $10,000, compared to AUD $20,000 in Australia.
A non-surgical filler treatment, such as Juvederm, may be around AUD $500 in Bangkok, compared to AUD $800 in Australia.
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 Bangkok that offer a range of anti-aging and wrinkle treatments:
Browse our listed clinics and book your treatment through Medical Departures to secure the best prices. To speak with a human, get in touch with our Customer Care Team to learn more about wrinkle treatments in Bangkok.
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