Cosmetic Surgery Tourism Travel Thoughts With Covid 19

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So, there you are at the airport, it is way less crowded than usual but you have a flight that has been planned and anticipated for 3 months.  No, it is not a business meeting or even a conventional tourist jaunt it is a very specific type of trip and you are a very specific type of passenger.  You are one of an increasing breed of  travellers who criss-cross the globe for cosmetic surgery tourism at hugely seductive prices.

You have never been happy with the shape of your nose, it has been troubling you for as long as you can remember and now at 35 years of age you are going to get it fixed.  You could get it done in London, where you live but it will cost $15000  whilst in Thailand, where you are heading, it will only cost $3000.   You have researched the surgeon at the cosmetic surgery clinic and see that he qualified in rhinoplasty at a leading American University and has all the accreditations you might expect back home on London’s Harley St.  You have had several in-depth consultations on Skype and an associate of his in UK checked you for suitability.   You needed to be over 18, of course, and in general good health although these days the recovery time after a ‘nose job’ is quite short – normally a week to 10 days –

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Royal grand palace and garden in Thailand

and then you can be out sightseeing some wonderful Buddhist temples and palaces after just a few days rest.

So will the coronavirus force cosmetic surgery tourism patients to cut back on their life-changing adventures?   The answer is that nobody really knows for certain.  Countries like Thailand and South Korea are major cosmetic surgery destinations and many patients are from China as well as the States and Europe.   This is a large expanding business and many Asian economies welcome the hard cash that medical tourists bring to their towns.  Countries such as India have substantial foreign income from hair transplant clinics and this is unlikely to grind to a halt.  Seoul has districts like Gangnam which sprout new cosmetic clinics every month.  For operations such as eyelid surgery attract clients from all across the Asian continent.

Whilst regular vacationers might possibly hold back or change their holiday destinations it is unlikely to stop cosmetic surgery tourism travellers who want to improve their look at an affordable price.

Here are our suggested clinics in Thailand & South Korea.,

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    • Sikarin Hospital Bangkok Thailand – Rhinoplasty Procedures. (approved)
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      • Phibeauty Clinic Phuket (approved)
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        • Nirunda Aesthetic Clinic Bangkok (approved)
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          • Proderma Clinic Bangkok (approved)
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            • Bangpakok 9 International Hospital Bangkok (approved)
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              • Pitangui Clinic South Korea (approved)
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                • Me Clinic Seoul South Korea (approved)
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                  • JK Plastic Surgery Centre South Korea (approved)
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                    • ReBorn Cosmetic Surgery Clinic South Korea (approved)
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                      • Face Plus Clinic Seoul South Korea (approved)