New 3D Animation Mummy Make Over

View Mummy Make Over Before and after images.

If you like to research your surgery in-depth and know everything you can about what the surgeon will be doing during surgery, the 3D Animations library we have can show you.

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43 Plastic Surgery Animations.

Our Plastic Surgery Animation Library is divided into four categories: Breast, Body, Face, and Skin. Your can view  all the animations listed below  on our website here and is continuously being upgraded with new animations and features. The library is in a constant state of development as we strive to bring you the most powerful patient education service possible.

Breast Procedures

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  • Breast Lift
  • Breast Lift w/ Implants
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Breast Reduction
  • Breast Implants – Saline
  • Breast Implants – Silicone
  • Fat Transfer

Body Procedures

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  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Liposuction
  • Fat Transfer
  • Mommy Makeover
  • Tummy Tuck – Full
  • Tummy Tuck – Mini
  • Varicose Vein Treatment
  • Body Contouring Implants – Buttocks
  • Body Contouring Implants – Calf
  • Body Contouring Implants – Chest

Face Procedures

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  • Eyelid Surgery – Lower
  • Eyelid Surgery – Upper
  • Facelift – Mini
  • Facelift – Full
  • Facelift – Lower
  • Facelift – Mid
  • Forehead Lift
  • Fat Transfer
  • Laser Skin Rejuvenation
  • Nose Reshaping
  • Scalp Expansion
  • Scalp Reduction
  • Facial Implants – Cheek
  • Facial Implants – Chin
  • Facial Implants – Nasal

Skin Treatments

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  • Botulinum Toxin
  • Chemical Peel – Deep
  • Chemical Peel – Medium
  • Chemical Peel – Superficial
  • Collagen
  • Hyaluronic Acid
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Laser Skin Rejuvenation
  • Laser Vein Removal
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Mohs Surgery
  • Skin Self Exam
  • Spider Vein Treatment
  • Sunscreen

Low Australian Dollar Effects Surgery Prices

Weak Australian Dollar Increases Surgery Cost

The Australian dollar hit to a six-year low of US73.72¢ last week, global investors are betting the dollar will fall further towards US70¢ and possibly below in coming months.

A lower dollar makes Australia more attractive to international tourists and encourages Aussies to travel at home rather than abroad.aussie dollar exchange THB

When you are considering travelling to Thailand for surgery you need to take into account the currency exchange rate as all surgery prices are charged in Thai Baht and converted to Australian Dollar for your convenience.

When Looking at an exchange rate of only 25.25 this can change the cost of surgery in Thailand dramatically.

Take for example the cost of having Breast Implants in Phuket is 115,000 THB this equivalates to $4554.45 AUD a long way from the $4000 Australians were paying at the beginning of 2015. If as predicted the Australian Dollar drops to .70 cent against the USD the cost could reach up to $4800 AUD for the same surgery.

Australian Plastic Surgery Option Better or Not?

It has become abundantly clear to Meditravel Clients that they need to weigh in all the factors now before considering travelling to Thailand for surgery. As can be seen in the below table when factoring in the cost of surgery, flights and hotel the cost becomes $6104. This cost does not include the costs for meals or spending money for 8  nights. Breakfast is included in most hotel cost however you still need to account for lunch and dinner + drinks and snacks at approx $50 per day x 8 = $400 additional needed for meals.

Factor Cost
ISurgery- Breast Augmentation $4554
Flights $750 Return
Hotel 8 nights $800
TOTAL COST $6104

When factoring in all the cost and the fact that you get a holiday it can still be a affordable option for some! However, for others who don’t want to be away 8 nights from family and children we have another option available to have surgery here in Australia in Sydney.

Benefits of Surgery In Australia

4 Days away from home

Domestic Travel Only

Breast Implants $5900

Post Op care Australia

When considering travelling for surgery you also need to acknowledge if the only reason you are travelling is for cost savings, if so is travelling the best way to save money on surgery with the current exchange rate changing?

Let’s look at the full picture and compare the cost of Breast Implants as our example if we compare all the factors head to head if in fact there are any substantial cost savings.

Australia Phuket
Surgery- Breast Implants $5900 $4554
Flights Ex Melbourne – International and Domestic $160 $750
Hotel 4 nights & 8 Nights $400 $800
Anesthesia Twighlight General
Overnight Hospital Stay No Yes
Away from Home 4 nights 8 nights
Additional Meals @$50 per day $200 $400
Totals $6660 $6504
Price Difference  +$156 Save $156

Cost of Plastic Surgery Australia

If you wanting to know the cost either for Plastic Surgery in Australia or Plastic Surgery in Thailand view our price list pages and current deals and packages to see which option suits your needs.

If you need us to put together a price comparison on your chosen surgery use our contact page to request your surgery package price specific to your needs.

Twilight Anesthesia vs. General Anesthesia

Should I use IV sedation or General Anesthesia for my cosmetic surgery procedure?

General Anesthesia is different from IV sedation and the differences have a major impact in the recovery from surgery, as well as the risk level of surgery. I will explain some of the differences between the two and why you should think about it seriously before making your choice of anesthesia. The principal difference is that under General Anesthesia the anesthesia provider controls your breathing with an endotracheal tube (inside your windpipe) , whereas under IV sedation you are breathing on your own. Each type of anesthesia has its uses, and a lot depends on how the anesthesia provider and surgeon work together.

Conscious Sedation

Often referred to as “I.V. Sedation, or Conscious Sedation,” twilight anesthesia allows patients to be sedated without completely losing consciousness. Patients under Conscious Sedation are carefully maintained in a state of drowsy relaxation during their surgical procedure. It is common for patients to fall into a light sleep during this type of anesthesia. The medication for sedation is delivered intravenously, while the surgeon or anesthesiologist injects the area to be operated on with a local anesthetic (ie, numbing medicine) for pain.

It is completely normal for people to remember being in the operating room while under Conscious Sedation, or to remember people talking to them while the procedure is occurring. It is also possible to have vivid dreams, and to recall them after the procedure. These are all normal with Conscious Sedation, yet many people remember nothing at all. You should not feel pain, however, during this anesthetic, because the area to be operated on will always be numbed by the surgeon. These numbing medications last anywhere from 1-6 hours.

As with any anesthetic, all of the patient’s vital signs are continuously monitored throughout the procedure, but a breathing tube is not required Conscious Sedation because the patient is responsive enough to continue breathing. The recovery period for Conscious Sedation is usually very brief, and many patients feel better after this type of sedation than with general anesthesia.

IV anesthesia allows a patient to have a surgery where she is awake enough to be breathing on her own, will not experience pain, and will not remember the event. With IV anesthesia there is no risk of malignant hyperthermia or blot clot to the legs or lungs, as those risks are only associated with general anesthesia. Thus, properly monitored IV anesthesia is a safer choice than general anesthesia

General Anesthesia

Normally delivered through a combination of inhaled gasses and intravenous medications, general anesthesia causes patients to lose consciousness, and remain unable to feel any pain during the surgical procedure. Patients under general anesthesia do not respond to pain signals or surgical manipulations, and should not have any memories of their surgical procedures.

When general anesthesia is used, patients are continuously monitored, and the vital signs are kept within normal ranges. Anesthesiologists will track heart rate and rhythm, blood oxygen levels, temperature, and other critical vital functions. They may also monitor the patient’s depth of anesthesia, to ensure that the appropriate level of anesthetic agent is maintained. Because the muscles that control breathing and movement often are relaxed under general anesthesia, a breathing tube (endotracheal tube) is often inserted once the patient is unconscious. Once the endotracheal tube is in place, the patient is connected to an anesthesia ventilator where breathing functions carefully controlled.

Recovery from general anesthesia is generally longer than after twilight anesthesia. The time of the recovery depends on many factors, but usually patients spend between 1 and 3 hours in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU). Common side effects include shivering, nausea and vomiting, sore throat, and drowsiness. These should be discussed with your anesthesiologist.

Before any surgical procedure, patients will undergo a history and physical examination by their anesthesiologist (usually done just prior to the operation). This provides the opportunity for the patient and their family to ask any questions related to their anesthetic; and to discuss any anesthetic problems in the past.

Which type of anesthesia is safer?

If the procedure is less than 4 hours, it really depends on which technique the anesthesia provider and surgeon are most comfortable with. Most anesthesia providers feel more comfortable with General Anesthesia because they have total control of the airway. An anesthesia provider experienced with IV sedation can routinely keep the airway secure, but it takes constant attention. IV sedation is technically harder. You need a surgeon proficient with local anesthetic techniques.

Cases longer than 4 hours are a different story. The risk of complications of General Anesthesia increase proportionately with time. After 4 hours the risk of anesthesia itself becomes a factor independent of the surgeon. Complications to the lungs and blood clots increase to a point both the surgeon and patient must weigh risks and benefits carefully. In contrast, the record of safety for IV sedation in long cases is well documented. Once the tumescent anesthesia has set, the patient can be at a more superficial level of sedation for the duration of the case.

What is the difference in recovery Twilight Anesthesia vs. General Anesthesia ?

IV sedation has less side effects such as nausea, less risk of blood clots and lung complications, and patients recover much quicker.

After a long period of IV sedation , patients are able to come out of anesthesia rapidly. With General Anesthesia, patients emerge slowly from General anesthesia after a long period of anesthesia. This has implications. patients stay in the recovery room for 1-2 hours before their vital signs are stable enough, and often have to be admitted  overnight because of nausea.

Summary of Twilight Anesthesia vs. General Anesthesia

Above all, both surgeon and anesthesia provider should feel comfortable with the anesthesia plan. If the surgery is going to be long, you, as a patient, should weigh carefully the risks and benefits of prolonged general anesthesia. If you choose IV sedation, it is crucial both surgeon and anesthesia providers are very familiar with the technique.

Our surgeons agree given experience with both General Anesthesia at a state-of-the-art hospital and IV sedation in an out-patient surgical clinic environment, They have drawn several conclusions. IV sedation has less side effects such as nausea, less risk of blood clots and lung complications, and patients recover much quicker.

Smart Liposuction Recovery

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SMART LIPOSUCTION RECOVERY

SmartLipo Laser Liposuction is a new, innovative laser-assisted procedure that can be used alone, or in combination with tumescent liposuction, to achieve superior results when combining fat removal with skin tightening.

Like tumescent liposuction, SmartLipo removes fat through a cannula inserted into small openings in the skin. However, with SmartLipo, a laser is used to first melt the fat, helping with extraction and resulting in less swelling and bruising for faster recovery. In addition to melting pockets of fat, the laser energy also induces collagen growth while tightening lax skin.

SmartLipo is a minimally invasive treatment that only requires local anesthesia—enhancing client safety and reducing the likelihood of side effects. Typically only one short treatment session is needed, enabling you to get back to a normal schedule quickly.

Those “love handles,” “bat wings,” “muffin tops,” “saddlebags” and jowls that don’t respond to exercise and diet? They improve dramatically with greater results, minimal downtime, and less pain than traditional liposuction. Because Smartlipo actually tightens the skin through coagulation, you don’t have to worry about dimpling and sagging.

Here’s how it works
Local anesthesia is used (you’re awake during the procedure)
A tiny incision is made, about the size of the tip of a pen
The Smartlipo laser fiber is inserted through a very small tube into your body The laser ruptures the fat cell membranes The fat cells are permanently destroyed The liquefied fat is gently suctioned out
New collagen is produced resulting in coagulation of skin, resulting in tightening
Typically, only one treatment is required dependent on the number of areas to be treated.

Results may vary, but usually can be seen within a week, with continued improvement over three to six months.After Smart Liposuction

After Laser Liposuction

Recovering from laser-assisted liposuction has proven to be easier than recovering from traditional liposuction procedures. For one thing, there are no stitches to deal with. Because the surgeon’s incision is so small, no stitches are needed to close the skin. Many people will feel a bit sore after their procedure, but so far studies have found no risk of any serious side effects. Because the laser closes off small blood vessels as it moves under the skin, there is less chance of bleeding, swelling and bruising than with conventional liposuction.

Some nutritional supplements help speed wound healing while others reduce bruising, swelling, and discomfort such as pain and itch. Others are recommended to prepare your body for the intense experience and increase resilience. We have done a blog post on those that are benificial to your recovery after Laser Liposuction here

Within a day after surgery, most patients can slowly resume their normal activities although doctors advise that they avoid strenuous exercise or hot tubs for about two weeks. Wearing special compression garments for a week or two after the procedure can speed healing. These close-fitting elastic garments can also reduce swelling.

Most people start seeing results within a week after the procedure, but it can take up to a full six months to achieve the final look. In the majority of cases, people need only one laser-assisted liposuction treatment to see results. However, some go back for minor touch-ups. It is possible to retreat the same areas, but patients need to wait at least four months between procedures. Laser-assisted liposuction also can be done before or after regular liposuction to hit hard-to-reach areas.

Laser-Assisted Lipo vs. Conventional Lipo

Conventional liposuction can remove more fat from larger areas than laser-assisted liposuction, but it does have a greater number of potential complications. This table shows how the two techniques stack up:[/fusion_text]

Laser Liposuction Traditional Liposuction
Uses Small areas of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise, and loose skin Larger areas of fat (but it won’t fix the bagginess of loose skin):
IAreas Treated Face, jowls, neck, arms, loose skin, male breasts, Abdomen, Hips and Thighs Thighs, abdomen, buttocks, hips, male breasts
Anesthesia Local anesthesia Local, epidural or general anesthesia:
Complications Soreness, minor bruising Bleeding, bruising, infection, dimpling or rippling under the skin if too much or too little fat is removed, blood clots, fluid accumulation, swelling, nerve damage
Recovery Minor discomfort. Patients can go back to work within one or two days, but need to avoid strenuous exercise for about two weeks. Pain, soreness, or burning for a few days to a couple of weeks after surgery. Swelling continues for four to six weeks. The doctor will remove stitches or they will dissolve after about 10 days. Patients need to avoid exercise and strenuous activity for about a month.
Cost Australia $1200 per areaThailand 1st area $3000
Additional areas $900 each
Australia $2000 per areaThailand 1st Area $2200
Additional Areas $750

Smart Liposuction Recovery

SMART LIPOSUCTION RECOVERY GUIDE

SmartLipo Laser Liposuction  is a new, innovative laser-assisted procedure that can be used alone, or in combination with tumescent liposuction, to achieve superior results when combining fat removal with skin tightening.

Like tumescent liposuction, SmartLipo removes fat through a cannula inserted into small openings in the skin. However, with SmartLipo, a laser is used to first melt the fat, helping with extraction and resulting in less swelling and bruising for faster recovery. In addition to melting pockets of fat, the laser energy also induces collagen growth while tightening lax skin.

SmartLipo is a minimally invasive treatment that only requires local anesthesia—enhancing client safety and reducing the likelihood of side effects. Typically only one short treatment session is needed, enabling you to get back to a normal schedule quickly.

Those “love handles,” “bat wings,” “muffin tops,” “saddlebags” and jowls that don’t respond to exercise and diet? They improve dramatically with greater results, minimal downtime, and less pain than traditional liposuction. Because Smartlipo actually tightens the skin through coagulation, you don’t have to worry about dimpling and sagging.

Here’s how it works
Local anesthesia is used (you’re awake during the procedure)
A tiny incision is made, about the size of the tip of a pen
The Smartlipo laser fiber is inserted through a very small tube into your body
The laser ruptures the fat cell membranes
The fat cells are permanently destroyed
The liquefied fat is gently suctioned out
New collagen is produced resulting in coagulation of skin, resulting in tightening
Typically, only one treatment is required dependent on the number of areas to be treated.

Results may vary, but usually can be seen within a week, with continued improvement over three to six months.After Smart Liposuction

After Laser Liposuction

Recovering from laser-assisted liposuction has proven to be easier than recovering from traditional liposuction procedures. For one thing, there are no stitches to deal with. Because the surgeon’s incision is so small, no stitches are needed to close the skin. Many people will feel a bit sore after their procedure, but so far studies have found no risk of any serious side effects. Because the laser closes off small blood vessels as it moves under the skin, there is less chance of bleeding, swelling and bruising than with conventional liposuction.

Some nutritional supplements help speed wound healing while others reduce bruising, swelling, and discomfort such as pain and itch. Others are recommended to prepare your body for the intense experience and increase resilience. We have done a blog post on those that are benificial to your recovery after Laser Liposuction here

Within a day after surgery, most patients can slowly resume their normal activities although doctors advise that they avoid strenuous exercise or hot tubs for about two weeks. Wearing special compression garments for a week or two after the procedure can speed healing. These close-fitting elastic garments can also reduce swelling.

Most people start seeing results within a week after the procedure, but it can take up to a full six months to achieve the final look. In the majority of cases, people need only one laser-assisted liposuction treatment to see results. However, some go back for minor touch-ups. It is possible to retreat the same areas, but patients need to wait at least four months between procedures. Laser-assisted liposuction also can be done before or after regular liposuction to hit hard-to-reach areas.

Laser-Assisted Lipo vs. Conventional Lipo

Conventional liposuction can remove more fat from larger areas than laser-assisted liposuction, but it does have a greater number of potential complications. This table shows how the two techniques stack up:[/fusion_text]

Laser Liposuction Traditional Liposuction
Uses Small areas of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise, and loose skin Larger areas of fat (but it won’t fix the bagginess of loose skin):
IAreas Treated Face, jowls, neck, arms, loose skin, male breasts, Abdomen, Hips and Thighs Thighs, abdomen, buttocks, hips, male breasts
Anesthesia Local anesthesia Local, epidural or general anesthesia:
Complications Soreness, minor bruising Bleeding, bruising, infection, dimpling or rippling under the skin if too much or too little fat is removed, blood clots, fluid accumulation, swelling, nerve damage
Recovery Minor discomfort. Patients can go back to work within one or two days, but need to avoid strenuous exercise for about two weeks. Pain, soreness, or burning for a few days to a couple of weeks after surgery. Swelling continues for four to six weeks. The doctor will remove stitches or they will dissolve after about 10 days. Patients need to avoid exercise and strenuous activity for about a month.
Cost Australia $1200 per areaThailand 1st area $3000
Additional areas $900 each
Australia $2000 per areaThailand 1st Area $2200
Additional Areas $750
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Winter Makeover for A Summer Body

As we move into the colder months, now is the perfect time to start planning your winter makeover for your Summer body by having a FREE Surgical Assesment with either our Australian Plastic Surgeons or Phuket Plastic Surgeons or both.

We offer a range of procedures both in Australia and Phuket that can enhance your physical attributes while minimising the appearance of less flattering areas. Some of the most popular procedures offered by Meditravel include:

BREAST SURGERY

Popular among both men and women, breast surgery can help you achieve the kind of bust that you desire. For female patients who would like fuller, firmer breasts with Breast Augmentation, or Breast Reduction Surgery to reduce their cup size, or Breast Lift to lift your breast.

Many people don’t know that men also have the option of breast surgery to give them firmer, flatter chests. Excess breast tissue in males is called gynecomastia, and approximately 40 – 60% of men have it. Male breast reduction surgery will help minimize this excess tissue from the chest.

Breast Surgery Cost:

AUSTRALIA Sydney PHUKET + Travel
BREAST IMPLANT $5900 ( Round) $4300 (Round)
$5900 ( Teardrop) $5500 (teardrop)
BREAST LIFT  $11,900  $5000
BREAST LIFT + IMPLANT $13,900 $8100
 BREAST REDUCTION $12,900  $6900
 GYNAECOMASTIA  $8900  $5990


BEACH BODY


Abdominoplasty

Also referred to as a “tummy tuck”, this procedure helps when exercise and diet have reduced your weight, but stubborn fat remains around your middle and lower stomach area. It can also be a part of the Mummy Makeover process, a modern procedure with mum’s wanting to return to their pre-baby shape after pregnancy. It can often incorporate liposuction.

Tummy tucks involve the tightening of the abdominal muscles, and removal of any excess skin that has resulted from major weight loss or pregnancy.  It is important to understand that Tummy Tucks are most effective on relatively healthy non-smoking patients and is not a weight loss technique.

Liposuction

Most people have heard of liposuction, with both men and women choosing this technique to help them shift excess body fat in areas such as the tummy, thighs, buttocks, hips, chin, neck and upper arms.

Liposuction is used when exercise has not been successful in toning specific areas, and the long-term benefits of this procedure do depend on factors including lifestyle and weight. For optimum results, you will be encouraged to ensure you eat healthily and exercise regularly.

Body Surgery Cost:

AUSTRALIA Sydney PHUKET + Travel
MINI TUMMY TUCK $5900 $6300
FULL TUMMY TUCK  $14,500 $8,400
LASER LIPOSUCTION
1ST AREA $1200 $3000
 ADDITIONAL AREAS $1200  $950
 

FINANCE OPTIONS

If money is a concern to have all the procedures you want, then you have the options to use our finance options. If having your surgery in Sydney, we offer Interest-free terms with a small upfront payment. You can view full details on our Australian Pricing Page.

Meditravel work with Mac Credit to enable us to offer our clients a no deposit option for both Australian and Phuket Surgeries. With Mac Credit, you can incorporate all your costs including travel into your finance option.

 STANDARD REPAYMENTS WEEKLY MONTHLY
$5,000 $25 $105
$7,00 $35 $145
$10,000 $49 $213
$$14,000 $68 $294
$20,000 $95  $411
 $25,000  $115  $495

Cosmetic Surgery Myths and Facts

 

Cosmetic Surgery Myths and Factsmyths-about-plastic-surgery

Our impressions about anything are formed from various sources – what we read, what we see, what we hear. While it is good to take into account all information, it is important to sift through it to come to the facts. The internet is not our holy grail, and all that’s written on it is not the truth. Coming to cosmetic surgery or plastic surgery there are many myths, some of which were facts a long time ago but are no longer true and some are just plain yarns. Let’s look at the top ten myths (IMHO!):

Cosmetic surgery=Plastic surgery

Fact: This is not true. Cosmetic surgery is a specialisation within Plastic surgery. While technically a plastic surgeon can perform cosmetic surgery, a Cosmetic Surgeon is not nearly as well trained and experience as a Plastic surgeon at it. When choosing a cosmetic surgeon or a Plastic Surgeon, look at credentials and board certifications carefully to ensure that you are choosing what you want.

Cosmetic surgery is for only for women

Fact: Not true! More and more men are considering cosmetic surgery or non-surgical cosmetic procedures to enhance their appearance or slow down the effects of aging.

Cosmetic surgery is too expensive

Fact: This one use to be true but not so anymore. It used to be that cosmetic surgery was a luxury afforded by the wealthy elite. With new progress in cosmetic surgery, the cost of cosmetic surgery is decreasing in some cases. Medical tourism offers several cost-effective options with the same excellent results making cosmetic surgery increasingly affordable.

Botox is harmful

Fact: This is misinformation. Botox, when administered by professionals in the purest form, is very safe and has been so for over 25 years. When given correctly it can soften wrinkles and lines around the face without the “frozen” look that people fear.

Breast implants are harmful

Fact: Both silicone and saline breast implants are approved by FDA for use in humans. This means that clinical studies were conducted studying the safety of these implants, and the results showed that they are perfectly safe. There may be minor side-effects such as leaking, but those are not harmful to the body and can be rectified.

You cannot breast feed if you have implants

Fact: Not true again! You can safely breastfeed even if you have implants. Your surgeon and doctor will recommend that you breastfeed if you can since breast milk is the best form of nutrition for your child. It is true that sometimes very little silicone can mix in the breast milk but that is not harmful to your child.

Breast implants increase the risk of breast cancer

Fact: There is not truth in this one. Breast implants have been around for tens of years, and there is no indication that there is any link between breast cancer and breast implants. A regular checkup of your breasts is recommended as usual, but there is nothing extra that needs to be done.

Liposuction is an easy way to lose weight

Fact: Liposuction is body contouring to remove fat cells from your body. It does not lead to automatic weight loss. An active lifestyle and good eating habits are essential to lose weight. Since liposuction removes fat cells from problem areas, even if you do gain weight after liposuction, your problem areas will gain even weight in comparison to the rest of your body.

Cosmetic surgery is too risky

Fact: Not really. There is a risk of complication with cosmetic surgery as with every surgery, but there is no exaggerated risk with cosmetic surgery. With the choice of right surgeon and right hospitals, the risk can be mitigated and controlled.

You will have ugly scars after cosmetic surgery

Fact: This is yet another one that was true maybe earlier but not so much now. Now scars are hidden in places not readily visible. For example, for breast implants, you may have scars in your armpit. For facelifts, your scars can be hidden along your hairline or behind contours

 

 

Abdominal Etching

Abdominal Etching

 

The abdominal muscles are the hardest to shape and tone. Most people who exercise regularly are unable to develop the six-pack abs even after continuously performing strenuous abdominal exercises.

The reason for this is that the abdominal muscles lie underneath the abdomen and are tough to directly impact. There is a considerable layer of fat that covers these muscles and unless it is removed or the abdominal muscles have been greatly strengthened, it is highly unlikely that they are going to become visible.

Abdominal Etching is a type of liposuction that involves suctioning off the fat from the abdominal area. This procedure reveals the abdominal muscles lying underneath and gives you the six-pack abs you’ve always wanted. Even people who do not exercise regularly can get a six-pack after undergoing this procedure.

Abdominal etching using the latest techniques in Liposculpture can provide you with the look that you desire

How Can Abdominal & Muscle Etching Help?

This procedure emphasizes muscles in areas such as the abdomen by:

  • Selectively removing a small amount of fat from around the patient’s natural musculature
  • Sculpting the abdomen to create a more athletic contour
  • Highlighting other muscle groups such as the thighs, calves, deltoids, pectorals or biceps

The procedure is best suited for those who have localized fat deposits in their abdominal area and have found diet and exercise ineffective. Our specialized ab etching procedure is preferred by a large number of patients mainly because we bring forth customized and enhanced muscle definition by revealing the hidden creases of the abs.

What the Procedure Involves

Removes superficial fat that hides the underlying abdominal muscles

Excess fat is selectively removed through a small hollow tube inserted through tiny incisions

Most incisions are hidden in the natural body creases, making the scars less visible

Patients who have loose abdominal skin find our laser abdominal etching procedure highly effective as the three separate wavelengths (1440, 1064 and 1320 nm) energy not only liquefies fat for effortless extraction but also tightens skin optimally.

  • Achieve a flat, tighter abdomen
  • Minimally invasive treatment
  • Quick procedure with minimized downtime
  • Safe, risk-free
  • Less scarring

ABDOMINAL ETCHING PACKAGES SYDNEY


 

 

Addominal Etching Packages

Breast Implant Prices Australia- Just as Cheap Now!

Breast Implant Prices Australia

Breast Implant Prices Australia -$5900

The price of Breast Implants prices in Australia has always been outside the range for the average income earner for years. We are now seeing a shift with Plastic surgeons in Sydney and Brisbane offering Breast Augmentation surgery exclusively through Destiny Meditravel at only $5900.

Meditravel has been sending Australian to Thailand for Breast Implant surgery for the past ten years increasing from 4 a month to over 25 a month a decade later.

“The primary reasons Australian choose to travel to Phuket for surgery was always the price at only $4000. Now with top Australian Plastic surgeons on board offering for $5900 we are seeing more people choosing to stay in Australia” Melanie Bawden CEO of Meditravel stated

A Breast Implant exclusive package with Meditravel is $5400; the package includes return airfares, eight nights hotel, transfers, Breakfast daily and Breast Augmentation surgery. The option is now available for an additional $500 to stay in Australia and have the surgery. Yes, you do get the bonus of a holiday with the Thailand package, however for time poor ladies eight days from home logistically can become an issue. These days there are a lot of young mothers who choose to have Breast Implants but find leaving children for eight days an issue. These are the clients Meditravel are seeing researching into travelling to Thailand for surgery based on the price and then choosing to stay in Australia.

It is great to see some of the top Breast implant Australian Plastic Surgeon’s being able to offer $5900 Breast Implants encouraging clients to remain in Australia for surgery rather than travel. Patients can choose to have surgery in Sydney, and those within driving distant of Brisbane can have surgery in Brisbane.

Interest-free Surgery Payment Plans are available with $3800 upfront and then only $99 per week for 22 weeks of $41 per week for 52 weeks. Only criteria is your ability to make payments.

If you’re interested in taking up the offer, please contact with Meditravel to book your surgery.

 

Thailand Surgery Coordinator – Why You Need One!

Thailand Surgery Coordinator

Thailand Surgery Coordinator

When it comes to our annual holiday in the sun, few of us book every item individually. Finding and paying for flights, transfers, hotels and everything else separately is hugely time-consuming. That’s why some people use a travel agent to help us put a package tour together that includes everything we need for the trip in one price.

When it comes to medical tourism, you can do something similar, by using a medical tourism agent, or a facilitator, to find and book every aspect of your trip. A company like Australia’s preferred Medical Tourism agent Destiny Meditravel come in to handle all this for you.

Advantages Of Using A Thailand Surgery Coordinator.

Specialist knowledge and expertise – Companies like Destiny Meditravel have been around for 10 years and they are the ones who will know the best surgeons in Thailand, Hospitals and clinics to find the treatment you want at the best price.

Experience – A flashy website and many promises do not buy a company experience it is something earned over time. A company with 8+ years will understand your requirements and know exactly what you need to make your trip a success.

Reduced rates –medical tourism agencies can get access to special travel an d hotel deals and discounts not available to the public, including knowledge of promotions available and where on your treatments.

Better access – because Meditravel sends so many clients to Thailand and have for many years, they can get priority when booking hospital, clinics, hotels and flights.

Complete Surgery Packages – a full-service medical tourism agency like Meditravel will deal with every aspect of your trip, from door to door, so you don’t have to worry about forgetting something.

One price – by using an agency, everything will be included, so it will be easier to budget for your trip, and you’ll have no unexpected expenses.

Someone to call – just like a travel agent, your medical tourism agency gives you someone to turn to when you need help. Without their support, you are on your own in a foreign country with no experience of the local system.

 

Thailand Surgery Coordinator

Thaialnd Surgery Coordinator Destiny Meditravel #1 Thailand Surgery Agent choosen by Australians

Choosing a Thailand Surgery Coordinator agency

You are best to choose a Thailand surgery coordinator here in Australia  country. An Australia agent will give you a local contact to talk to who understands the Australian way of doing things, whereas an agent with experience and knowledge in Thailand can offer unrivalled local knowledge. Meditravel has operations both at home in Australia and in Thailand, giving you the best of both worlds.

 

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