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Dr Sittipon Tabtawee and his staff was very kind and professional. We went to remove a mole with laser. This is going very well and very fast. I recommend this dermatology center. they do as well botox , filler ... a lot of choice. i will comeback soon 😊
DSclinic, located in Mueang Udon Thani, Udon Thani, Thailand offers patients Fractional CO2 Laser procedures among its total of 11 available procedures, across 3 different specialties. The cost of a Fractional CO2 Laser procedure starts from ฿2,000, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿5,589. There is currently a lack of information available on the specialists practicing at the Clinic, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes
Healthy skin clinic gave me healthy skin🥰 the dermatologist is absolutely exceptional. She is warm, understanding, and honest. Really took the time to understand the best course of action and was really helpful. She was also adamant on ensuring that I was comfortable and happy with everything. Flew all the way from Australia and I would do it again.
My treatment was incredible... what lovely team! the doctor is very knowledgeable, professional, and reassuring. they give me good advice regarding my problematic skin issues. the result is, of course, very excellent. my acne is clearing up, slowly but sure. Experienced lots of improvements since my first acne treatment here, and i feel very confident now!
5 stars only for this hospital🤩 Had surgery and spend a week here. No hospital stay in pleasant, but staying here truly felt like a 5-star hotel experience! Staff are caring and compassionate. The doctors are skilled and knowledgeable. They treated me with respect.
Laser skin tag removal - the process was quick and painless. They applied a topical numbing ointment to the treatment area and 30-45mins later the doctor comes in to remove all the skin taf around my neck. Afterwards, the nurse cover up the treated area and gave me a daily ointment to apply twice daily for 2 weeks.
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Fractional CO2 Laser is considered a non-invasive cosmetic procedure and doesn't require surgery, however, specialist staff are often required to help undertake such procedures / treatments. This type of Dermatology procedure / treatment is very affordable the world over, and particularly in Thailand - this is mostly because the skill set, experience and equipment required by the specialist doesn't need to be especially advanced. For Fractional CO2 Laser, photos are required for the specialist to review prior to treatment.
Due to the non-invasive nature of Fractional CO2 Laser, the worst you can expect is a slight feeling of discomfort or irritation, but this will completely pass within a matter of hours. As for aftercare, you should just rest as much as possible and avoid strenuous exercise for a day or two.
You should plan to stay in Thailand for at least a day or two after your treatment, given that you won't have the need for follow up appointments. Fractional CO2 Laser is famed for it's high success rate and the effectiveness of the treatment, but you should consider the possibility of complications, however minor these may be - for example, bruising, swelling, soreness and discomfort. If you experience any of these issues for more than a day or two, you can revisit the specialist who may prescribe some mild pain killers or other medications.
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. This content was last updated on 27/09/2020.