Buttock Augmentation, also known as gluteal augmentation, is an enhancement process in which implants are used to increase the size of and reshape the buttock. The procedure is performed to increase the fullness and roundness of the buttock and to make the posterior more proportional with the upper body.
Buttock Augmentation THB 180,000 / Approximately USD 6,000
- Initial consultation and evaluations
- Surgeon fees / Hospital fees
- Pre-operative exam
- Anesthesia fees
- Hospital stay
- Prescription medication
- Transfers to and from airport and to and from hospital as needed.
Good Candidates for Buttock Augmentation
- You are healthy and at least 18 years old.
- You are self-conscience about your buttock shape and size.
- Your buttock are asymmetrical.
- You buttock are sagging.
Buttock augmentation takes about 2 hours will be performed under general anesthesia. The process uses a silicone implant made specifically for buttock enhancement. The size of the implant will be determined by you and the surgeon, dependent upon the desired result.
Once under general anesthesia the surgeon will make an incision over the tailbone. The implants are then inserted and the incision stitched closed.
Recovery Time in Thailand
After surgery the surgeon applies dressings to provide support during the initial healing process. A small tube is inserted to drain excess fluid and you are moved to a hospital recovery room for a 3 nights. During the hospital stay you are monitored by hospital nursing staff and given instruction for continued post-hospital care until the body has completely healed.
Discomfort is to be expected during recovery. Medications for pain and infection prevention will be prescribed by the surgeon and administered by the hospital staff. The surgeon will provide additional prescriptions and instruction for post-hospital medications before you leave the hospital.
After 7 days you will have a final check-up by the surgeon and will be ready to return home, or to continue your holiday in Thailand. Within two weeks normal activities can be resumed, however, heavy physical activities and exercise should be avoided for 4 to 6 weeks.