Plastic Surgery of the body specialises in the correction or restoration of form and function to a person’s body. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and after working hard to lose so much weight, you may be discouraged to find that your skin drapes down in unattractive folds or looks damaged with stretch marks. Or you have been trying to lose those last few pounds and just cannot seem to shake them from certain areas of your body. Because of the affordability of heading abroad, more and more people opt to have a cosmetic procedure to improve, repair, enhance, correct or restore their bodies..
There are a number of different cosmetic surgery options. The most common cosmetic surgical procedures involve redefining some aspect of the body, while others involve enhancing the skin through a variety of measures. Body Procedures may include Tummy Tuck, liposuction, butt implants, Arm Lift, Thigh Lift…. Plastic surgery can improve your appearance and repair damage. Whether you want to address an old injury, birth defect, or simply improve your appearance, it is essential to understand everything you can about cosmetic surgery so you can have your experience go as smoothly as possible.
For all Somnio’s Phuket Hospital clients; a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu will be supplied for you to pre-order your hospital meals from – whether it is a 1 night stay or 1 week stay… We want to ensure you are eating something ‘YOU’ like while recovering in hospital – all for no extra cost and all part of the Somnio Service!
Medical Complications Insurance
Included in ALL Procedure Packages at NO extra Cost !
- 90 day post-surgery Insurance Policy
- Coverage up to 350,000THB (approx. $14,000AUD)
- *Covers corrective Surgery, Accommodation, Flights and Meals
- For all of Somnio’ – Bangkok Hospital Phuket, Phuket International Hospital (PPSI) and Bangkok Hospital Samui; clientele up to 70 years of age who undergoes an elective procedure worth more than 50,000THB (approx. $2000 AUD).
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