10 Best Clinics for Breast Reconstruction in Thailand (w/Prices)
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Asia Cosmetic Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Asia Cosmetic Hospital
Asia Cosmetic Hospital
Asia Cosmetic Hospital
Asia Cosmetic Hospital
Asia Cosmetic Hospital
4.6
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 26
Languages spoken
Arabic Chinese English Malay Thai
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Sikarin Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$209,000
Breast Reconstruction
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
4.4
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 329
Languages spoken
Arabic Chinese English French German
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Kamol Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$140,000
Breast Reconstruction
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
4.1
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 66
Languages spoken
English Thai
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DBN Infertility Clinic
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$120,000
Breast Reconstruction
DBN Infertility Clinic
DBN Infertility Clinic
DBN Infertility Clinic
DBN Infertility Clinic
DBN Infertility Clinic
5.0
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 3
Languages spoken
English Thai
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Bangkok Plastic Surgery
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$6,000
Breast Reconstruction
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
4.8
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 34
Languages spoken
Chinese English Japanese Thai
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Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$379,000
Breast Reconstruction
Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
4.2
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 32
Languages spoken
English Japanese Thai
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Bujeong Clinic Rama 9
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$60,000
Breast Reconstruction
Bujeong Clinic Rama 9
Bujeong Clinic Rama 9
Bujeong Clinic Rama 9
Bujeong Clinic Rama 9
4.9
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 16
Languages spoken
English Korean Thai
Features
Free Wifi Free Wifi Parking available Parking available TV in the room TV in the room
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La Grace Clinic, Central World
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$325,000
Breast Reconstruction
La Grace Clinic, Central World
La Grace Clinic, Central World
La Grace Clinic, Central World
La Grace Clinic, Central World
La Grace Clinic, Central World
5.0
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 16
Languages spoken
English Thai
Features
Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Interpreter services Interpreter services Parking available Parking available
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Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$400,000
Breast Reconstruction
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
3.7
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 315
Languages spoken
Arabic Chinese English French German
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The Sib Beauty Clinic
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$100,000
Breast Reconstruction
The Sib Beauty Clinic
The Sib Beauty Clinic
The Sib Beauty Clinic
The Sib Beauty Clinic
The Sib Beauty Clinic
2.2
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 10
Languages spoken
English Thai
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Free Wifi Free Wifi Interpreter services Interpreter services Phone in the room Phone in the room Private rooms for patients available Private rooms for patients available
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V Plast Clinic Pattaya
MyMeditravel Pattaya, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
V Plast Clinic Pattaya
V Plast Clinic Pattaya
V Plast Clinic Pattaya
V Plast Clinic Pattaya
V Plast Clinic Pattaya
3.0
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 1
Languages spoken
English Thai
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Thitiwat Clinic -The leader Aesthetic Surgery & Skin Laser Center
MyMeditravel Koh Samui, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Thitiwat Clinic -The leader Aesthetic Surgery & Skin Laser Center
Languages spoken
English Thai
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Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
Price on request
Breast Reconstruction
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Square
Languages spoken
English
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Siam Laser Clinic - Thong Lor
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Siam Laser Clinic - Thong Lor
Siam Laser Clinic - Thong Lor
Siam Laser Clinic - Thong Lor
Siam Laser Clinic - Thong Lor
Languages spoken
English
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Siam Laser Clinic - Central Ladprao
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Siam Laser Clinic - Central Ladprao
Siam Laser Clinic - Central Ladprao
Siam Laser Clinic - Central Ladprao
Siam Laser Clinic - Central Ladprao
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English
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Siam Laser Clinic - Paradise Park
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Siam Laser Clinic - Paradise Park
Siam Laser Clinic - Paradise Park
Siam Laser Clinic - Paradise Park
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English
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Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Discovery Center
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
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Breast Reconstruction
Siam Laser Clinic - Siam Discovery Center
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ART - Active Release Techniques
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ISCD - International Society of Computerized Dentistry
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ACDNA - Academy Of Computerized Dentistry Of North America
WSLO - World Society of Lingual Orthodontics
HA - Institute of Hospital Quality Improvement and Accreditation
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Thai Prosthodontics Association
Thai Society for Laser Dentistry
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Everything you'll need to know about Breast Reconstruction in Thailand

What is the cost of Breast Reconstruction in Thailand?

Undergoing surgery like Breast Reconstruction brings along a financial commitment. The expense varies extensively, depending on many factors like the complexity of the procedure, the medical professional performing the surgery, the hospital's facility, and the region, amongst others. Generally, the cost might range between $15,000 to $50,000, including multiple surgeries or intricate techniques within this estimate.

Thankfully, in many cases, insurance plans cover such surgical procedures, especially given mandates like the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998 in the U.S. Still, out-of-pocket expenses associated with co-payment or deductibles can add up. It's recommended to navigate these aspects with your insurance provider and your chosen healthcare facility in Thailand.

What does a Breast Reconstruction Procedure Involve?

Breast reconstruction generally happens in stages, starting with the most complex first, which may either occur at the same time as the mastectomy or later, based on the individual’s specific health conditions or treatment plan. 

Two main techniques are employed in breast reconstruction. One is the use of an implant, saline, or silicone to recreate the breast shape. Two, autologous or flap reconstruction where tissue from the patient’s body like the abdomen or thigh is relocated to recreate the breast shape. The method selected is dependent on individual factors like the patient’s health, personal choice, cancer type, and stage.

After the primary surgery and post an adequate healing period, the surgeon performs a second procedure to recreate the nipple and areola. Later, to give it a natural look, the nipple-areola complex is tattooed. Remember that although it is a common procedure, complications might arise involving reaction to anaesthesia, bleeding, infection, poor healing or the need for further interventions.

How Long Should I Stay in Thailand for a Breast Reconstruction Procedure?

Post-breast reconstruction surgery, patients typically stay in the hospital for two to five days. However, if the reconstruction was done immediately after the mastectomy, the stay could extend from three to six days. 

Overall, a patient should expect to remain in Thailand for approximately two weeks post-surgery. This allows enough time for necessary follow-ups and to address any complications, if they arise. As with any major surgical procedure, do not hasten the healing process.

What's the Recovery Time for Breast Reconstruction Procedures in Thailand?

The recovery timeframe for breast reconstruction procedures in Thailand varies from patient to patient. Generally, for implant-based procedures, patients may take about four to six weeks to recuperate before they return to normal routines. For more complex autologous techniques, particularly those using abdominal tissue, patients might require six to eight weeks for recovery.

Recovering patients need to temper their activities during this period. Avoid lifting heavy objects and defer strenuous exercise until your physician gives a clear signal. Medical assistance should be promptly sought if any discomforting symptoms like chronic pain, redness or swelling surface.

What's the Success Rate of Breast Reconstruction Procedures in Thailand?

Medical success cannot just be measured in terms of complication-free postoperative progress or longevity of implants used in breast reconstruction. Patient satisfaction with their surgery, their psychological well-being following the operation, their perception of body image, and their quality of life post-surgery are equally important factors to consider. Studies indicate that between 85% to 90% of women who have undergone breast reconstruction are satisfied with the long-term results.

In Thailand, dedicated hospitals and healthcare facilities strive to offer high-quality treatment, ensuring the best possible surgical outcomes using progressive technology and experienced professionals. Still, everyone's response to surgery varies, and outcomes depend on factors such as overall health, age, body type, and compliance with surgical advice.

Are there Alternatives to Breast Reconstruction Procedures in Thailand?

Indeed, there are alternatives to breast reconstruction in Thailand. The journey of every woman is unique and how she chooses to deal with the loss of a breast, or both, is a highly personal decision. Alternatives include:

  • Breast Prostheses or Forms: They are silicone forms that imitate the appearance and feel of natural breast tissue. They come in diverse sizes, shapes and colours to closely match the woman's skin tone.
  • Flat Closure: In this method, the surgeons sew up the chest wound smoothly, without constructing a breast mound. This option appeals to women who choose not to have more surgeries or body implants.
  • Opting not to undergo reconstruction at all, also termed as "going flat: This method exhibits the woman's choice to live comfortably with her new body shape without artificial substitutes or further surgeries. It is a fully personal decision deserving respect and support.

Each of these options has pros and cons, and the choice depends on the woman’s personal preference, health status, lifestyle, and perception of her body. Regardless of the choice, it’s important to regularly monitor breast health and engage in practices that promote overall wellness.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Breast Reconstruction Procedure?

Before the surgery, comprehensive discussions with the surgeon will take place to understand treatment objectives, outcomes, and possible complications. Preoperative tests, lifestyle modifications, and nutritional advice may form a part of the preparatory process. 

Postoperative care is equally important: discomfort, swelling, and bruising are normal and subside over time. Pain management strategies will be provided to help you manage discomfort effectively. Your surgeon will provide personalised guidance on caring for your surgical site, usage of medications, and physical activities.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Breast Reconstruction Procedures in Thailand?

The following points should be considered post-operation:

  • Follow the instructions given by your doctor and take your medicines as and when prescribed.
  • Consult a nutritionist for a diet plan. A healthy diet helps you recover faster.
  • Do not wear a padded or underwire bra until allowed by your doctor.
  • Use surgical bras in the early few days after the surgery.
  • Avoid excessive unnecessary movement of your breasts.
  • Do not lift heavy objects and children - it could stretch on your stitches.
  • Change your bandage whenever it gets dirty. Germs can cause infection.
  • Do not take a bath when the bandages are still intact. A wet bandage can also be the cause of infection.
  • Abstain from sexual activity for at least 6 weeks.
  • Take rest - give yourself time to recover.

How Do I Prevent Cancer from Recurring?

Preventing cancer recurrence largely revolves around a balanced, healthy lifestyle coupled with regular medical check-ups. Regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and eating nutritiously can contribute to cancer prevention. Smoke cessation and limiting exposure to secondhand smoke are crucial for both prevention and postoperative recovery.

Regular breast self-examinations, as well as mammograms and follow-up visits, are critical for early detection of any recurrence. Stress management techniques like yoga, meditation, and spending time in nature can also play an essential role in overall health.

Your medical team in Thailand is there to support you, offering advice tailored to your individual health status and medical history. Remember, proactive health checks are key to maintaining overall health and preventing the recurrence of diseases like cancer.

What is the ideal time to have Breast Reconstruction surgery after a Mastectomy in Thailand?

The decision regarding when to have Breast Reconstruction following a Mastectomy in Thailand is largely based on the individual's health status, treatment plan, personal preferences, and discussions with the oncology team. Breast reconstruction can be done at the time of mastectomy (immediate reconstruction) or at a later date (delayed reconstruction). Immediate reconstruction might offer psychological benefits and less overall surgery since both procedures are done together. Yet, if additional treatments such as radiation therapy are required post-mastectomy, opting for delayed reconstruction could be advisable to avoid risks posed by radiation to the new construct.

Remember that deciding on the timing of breast reconstruction is a personal choice and should be made in consultation with your healthcare providers. They can provide specific guidance based on your health condition and treatment plan.
 

How Will Breast Reconstruction in Thailand Impact My Routine Mammograms and Breast Cancer Detection?

Breast reconstruction surgery may impact the way routine breast cancer screenings are conducted. After a mastectomy with or without reconstruction, women usually don't need routine screening mammograms on the treated side since all breast tissue has been removed. However, they would need routine mammograms for the untreated breasts.

If you've had reconstruction using your own body tissue, your surgeon or oncologist will guide you on whether or not you'll require mammograms on the reconstructed breast. Remember, mammograms can still be performed on reconstructed breasts, and self-breast exams should be a regular part of your health routine.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 20/09/2023