10 Best Clinics for Butt Lift in Thailand (w/Prices)
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Sikarin Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$120,000
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Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
Sikarin Hospital
4.4
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Kamol Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
Price on request
Butt Lift
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
Kamol Hospital
4.1
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 66
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Bangkok Plastic Surgery
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$4,000
Butt Lift
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
Bangkok Plastic Surgery
4.8
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 34
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Nirunda International Aesthetic Clinic
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$205,000
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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
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Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$99,000
Butt Lift
Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
Bangpakok 9 International Hospital
3.7
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 63
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Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
MyMeditravel Pattaya, Thailand
$121,000
Butt Lift
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
3.4
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 86
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B.Care Medical Center Hospital
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$107,000
Butt Lift
B.Care Medical Center Hospital
B.Care Medical Center Hospital
B.Care Medical Center Hospital
B.Care Medical Center Hospital
B.Care Medical Center Hospital
2.6
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 43
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Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
MyMeditravel Phuket, Thailand
Price on request
Butt Lift
Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
4.2
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 13
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Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
MyMeditravel Bangkok, Thailand
$99,000
Butt Lift
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok
3.7
MyMediTravel Total Reviews: 315
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V Plast Clinic Pattaya
MyMeditravel Pattaya, Thailand
$85,000
Butt Lift
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
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Everything you'll need to know about Butt Lift in Thailand

What is the cost of Butt Lift in Thailand?

When estimating the price of a Butt Lift in Thailand, it's vital to acknowledge that the outlay incorporates numerous diverse elements. Initially, the competencies and reputation of the surgeon executing the process have a significant impact on the determination of the cost. Surgeons who are highly skilled and have an excellent reputation often demand higher fees for their proficiency. The surgeon's expertise directly influences the procedure's success and safety, making it a substantial part of the overall expense.

Besides the fee of the surgeon, the expenditure of the medical facility, costs of anesthesia, and clinical tests contribute significantly to the overall expense. These costs can fluctuate dramatically based on the procedure's intricacy and the location where the operation is taking place. Also worthy of consideration is the expense associated with preoperative lab work, post-operative care, and any necessary medication or medical supplies needed during the recovery phase.

What does a Butt Lift Procedure Involve?

Butt lift is most often carried out under general anesthesia. An incision is applied along your lower back from one butt to the other. The excessive skin and adipose tissue are removed through this incision lifting your butts up. The rest of the fat is redistributed and the skin is tightened. Incisions are stitched and surgical tapes are used to provide additional support. Bandages are applied to the wound. Drainage tubes are inserted to remove excess fluid and blood.

Should you get a Butt Lift?

Butt lifts work by removing excess skin and adipose tissue from the site and repositioning the leftover skin and adipocytes. Redistribution of fat and skin changes the contour of your buttocks, making them no longer appear saggy and droopy. Also, it should not be confused with Brazilian Butt Lift which is an entirely different procedure.

Not everyone is a good candidate for butt lift surgery. Discuss your medical history with MyMediTravel, any prescription drugs you are taking, the desired results you hope for, the pros and cons of the surgery, cost, recovery time, risks, success rate or any other query which comes in your mind regarding this procedure.

You might consider a buttock lift if you:

  • Have lost a significant amount of weight and your weight has been stable for at least 6 to 12 months.
  • are overweight and haven't been able to lose a significant amount of weight through physical activity and changes in your diet.
  • Have a normal weight, but want a dramatic improvement in the appearance of your lower body.
  • Have a normal weight, but your skin won't contract after liposuction due to poor elasticity related to aging.

How Long Should I Stay in Thailand for a Butt Lift Procedure?

Butt lift is a 2-5 hours long surgery and will require at least 1-2 nights stay in the hospital, although in some cases you can be discharged on the same day. Even after being discharged, you have to stay in Thailand for at least 10-14 days for follow-ups. During this period, your health is strictly monitored, you are given medicines to help you with pain and to prevent infections. Stitches are removed after 7-10 days. If everything is fine during this time, you are free to travel home.

What's the Recovery Time for Butt Lift Procedures in Thailand?

In total, 4-6 weeks of recovery time is required before getting back to your normal routine, so avoid excessive and unnecessary activities during this period. There will be bruising and swelling around the operated area which subsides gradually after a few days. You can start office work 10 days after post-op if your job does not require long periods of sitting time - if it does, just be sure to move around as much as possible.

The recovery time can vary according to your health, environment, and daily routine. You can start driving after 4-6 weeks but do not travel long distances as it will require you to sit for too long. Scars take much longer to fade away. In 4-6 months, you should expect to have fully recovered.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Butt Lift Procedures in Thailand?

The following are some points which should be considered for your aftercare:

  • Quit smoking and drinking because tobacco and alcohol slow down blood circulation hence slowing down your recovery.
  • Avoid sitting for long periods for at least a week after the procedure.
  • Avoid such positions which can put a strain on your scars. It can re-open your wound.
  • Change your dressing regularly to avoid infection.
  • Take prescribed pain killers and antibiotics to relieve pain and prevent infection.
  • Wear some supporting garments for the early few weeks.  
  • Use scar cream to massage your scars. It will speed up their fading.
  • Do not lift children and heavy objects.
  • Avoid climbing up the stairs.
  • Avoid exercise, gym, swimming, and other strenuous activities for several weeks.
  • Abstain from sexual activity until allowed by your doctor.
  • Start taking small steps the next day after going through the surgery to prevent blood clot formation.

What's the Success Rate of Butt Lift Procedures in Thailand?

Butt lift is a highly successful and long-lasting procedure. An ideal weight should be maintained to keep the results of your surgery consistent. It is found to be far more successful than the Brazilian butt lift surgery, which has lead to patient deaths - unlike the Butt Lift surgery, which has not recorded any fatalities. The vast majority of patients are extremely happy with not only the results of the procedure but with the entire process leading up to and following the surgery. 

Are there Alternatives to Butt Lift Procedures in Thailand?

The operation should never be the foremost option and consider all other options first. Following are some non-surgical alternatives to butt lift surgery:

  • Fillers: these are getting a lot of fame these days. Fillers such as Restylane, Sculptra, etc. are injected into your buttocks, making them look plump and lifted without surgery. They induce collagen production in your buttocks. Sculptra is found to be most effective for this purpose. It is advantageous as it has no downtime.
  • Hydrogel buttock shots: hydrogel injections give your butt a rounded contour along with a lift. But they are not usually recommended.
  • Liposuction: in this method, adipocytes are removed from your butts through injections to give them a more toned appearance. This fat can be injected at other places of your body if required.
  • Exercise: some exercises, such as squats will help to change the shape of your butts, tighten them, and lift them up without surgery.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Prior to the Butt Lift at Thailand, be prepared for a comprehensive consultation phase. The medical expert will compile an exhaustive medical history, carry out a physical check-up, and converse about your aspirations and anticipations related to the procedure. Transparency regarding your health status and expectations during these consultations is of utmost importance. Some lab tests and medical imaging may also be necessary to examine your general health and determine your eligibility for the procedure. Subject to your health conditions and personal circumstances, guidelines for the pre-procedure phase will be communicated to you. This might involve guidelines regarding food intake, hydration, adjustments in medications, and consumption of substances like tobacco and alcohol.

Another critical element before the procedure is mental readiness. Naturally, feelings of worry or apprehension may arise before the procedure. Engaging in open and candid discussions with your medical expert regarding your apprehensions and expectations can help mitigate such feelings. Instructions about the logistics on the day of the procedure, such as the time to report at the clinic, appropriate attire, and arrangements for travel, will also be shared with you.

Upon completion of the Butt Lift, your condition will be closely observed in a post-operative area until the effects of anesthesia subside. Feeling some discomfort, experiencing swelling, and noticing bruising after the procedure is quite normal. Medications for managing pain and reducing swelling, as well as preventing infection, will be administered. Essential post-procedure care guidelines will be provided to you, which should be strictly adhered to ensure a seamless recovery process. These guidelines usually include instructions for wound care, medication routines, restrictions on activities, and what symptoms of complications to be vigilant about.

What are Potential Risks of Butt Lift?

Just like any operative process, Butt Lift also has inherent risks involved. The degree of potential risks can drastically differ from person to person based on their health conditions, techniques employed during the procedure, and the expertise of the surgeon. Usual risks linked to this procedure encompass adverse reactions to anesthesia, bleeding, infections, and variations in skin feeling. It is crucial to understand that the occurrence of such risks is generally low, and a majority can be lessened by adhering to the post-operative guidelines given by the healthcare professional. For instance, prevention of infection can be achieved through maintaining suitable post-operative wound hygiene, whereas the adverse effects of anesthesia can be minimized through a detailed discussion of your past medical records with your healthcare professional ahead of the surgery.

Although less usual, more critical complications can include a situation such as a fat embolism, which is the blockage of a blood vessel due to a piece of fat breaking away, affecting cardiac activity or leading to a pulmonary embolism. Asymmetry could also occur, where one buttock varies in size or form than the other. However, this is typically associated with the technique used and pre-existing body conditions rather than a specific risk associated with the procedure. If dissatisfaction arises with the aesthetic result, another surgical intervention might be necessary.

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: 18/01/2024