Full face lift Thailand

facelift Thailand

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Kacey Mummy Makeover|Seven Sharp

Kacey Mummy Makeover|Seven Sharp

Full tummy tuck with liposuction, breast implants- 3 segment show covering her journey overseas for cosmetic surgery with Azurite. www.azurite.com.au

 

‘My body was taken over by children’ – Kiwi mums travelling to Thailand for a ‘mummy makeover’

Kacey Louise is spending $13k on a tummy tuck, breast augmentation and fat transfers to her face, as she travels to Thailand in a bid to reclaim her body after childbirth.

Posted by Seven Sharp on Monday, 3 December 2018

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BBL|Brazilian Butt Lift

Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) Thailand

Brazilian Butt Lift is a popular buttock augmentation procedure in Thailand that results in younger, perky buttocks. Plastic surgery becomes an increasingly popular and growing business. It’s becoming important for patients to be well-informed about their options. With the shifts in fashion and the tighter garments on the market today, Brazilian Butt Lift are beginning to rival Breast Augmentation in demand and popularity.

Age Limit for BBL Surgery

BBL is a perfect procedure for younger women looking to give their body prominent and sensual curves as well as older women to shift the fat for sensual curves. It is also a useful procedure for them who are looking to improve their buttock appearance.

10 Day hotel and hospital package Bangkok with www.azurite.com.au $5700 U.S.

 

Brazilian Butt Lift! Use your fat to design a butt!!!! Enquire now.

Posted by Azurite Medical & Wellness on Friday, 3 August 2018

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Super funds for Cosmetic Surgery

Azurite is approved for SuperFunds early release for Australian clients and will assist you with your GP and our specialist to access your funds for surgery in Thailand and Malaysia.

Posted by Azurite Medical & Wellness on Sunday, 21 October 2018

Patients are using Super for Surgery for life-changing and life-enhancing surgical procedures.

 

Requests for early Super release for Surgery are typically made on compassionate grounds and are being used to address chronic and/or life-threatening health conditions. But they are also used for life enhancing surgeries, and the argument has been that quality of life impacts overall health, well-being and longevity.

The Seven Surgeries that Super Can Pay For include:

  1. Bariatric Weight Loss Surgery
  2. Breast Reduction Surgery
  3. Reconstructive Surgery
  4. Skin Reduction Surgery after Weight Loss
  5. Rhinoplasty
  6. Dental Surgery
  7. Orthopaedic Surgery

And many couples are using early withdrawal of their Super Fund (Superannuation) to help pay for infertility treatments, which are notoriously expensive over time.

More information is shown below on Australian trends in increases in patient requests to use Super for Surgery.

 

Why are patients wanting to use their early withdrawal of Super for Surgery?

One of the most notable areas of patients wanting to use Super Fund resources for life-changing surgery relates to the problem of Obesity in Australia.

Sadly, the current Medicare health system does not cover a surgical weight loss treatment for this chronic disease.  And not all patients have Private Health Cover. Even if they do, there is typically a gap that can be in the thousands of dollars.

In the case of the recurring problem of obesity and the effective treatment option of weight loss Surgery, many patients are left to fund their own surgery procedures, which can be very costly.

In cases like Obesity and weight loss surgery, patients have been known to request early withdrawal of Super Fund / Superannuation resources to have this surgery.  The scenario is that, for many patients who struggle with chronic Obesity, their lives would be cut short, without an effective treatment such as weight loss surgery.

A number of patients would simply not live long enough to use their Super anyway unless they first overcome the problems associated with chronic Obesity, that hasn’t been resolved by non-surgical approaches.

 

Using SUPER for Surgery: More on surgery that people may be able to use their Super Fund resources to fund.

  • Weight Loss Surgery to reduce obesity and life-threatening health conditions (Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass, Lap band or Gastric Balloon can help reduce cardiovascular risks and diabetes)
  • Skin reduction surgery of redundant skin tissues to help return body contours after significant weight loss has occurred
  • Breast Reduction Surgery or Reconstructive Breast Surgery (such as Breast Lift Surgery) to reduce back pain, shoulder pain or neck pain
  • Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) surgery to repair torn abs to strengthen the core abdominal muscles linked with back pain and urinary incontinence (e.g. to repair parts of the body damaged during pregnancy or childbirth or other abdominal traumas)
  • Corrective Rhinoplasty after a nose injury or to repair a deviated septum interfering with proper breathing
  • Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Lift Surgery) when sagging eyelids are impeding vision
  • Male Breast Reduction for Gynaecomastia
  • Infertility (helping to fund IVF treatments for couples who find themselves unable to get pregnant)

 

 

Early Requests for Super Fund Access for Surgery

Should you investigate the possibility of using Super for Surgery?  Each individual must decide on their own and it often is a last resort for most patients.  Also, whilst it is possible for some patients to gain early release for surgery, not everyone who applies will be able to gain early access to their super funds in Australia – even if they have compelling reasons for wanting to use their Super for life-changing surgery.

Here’s the history of recent requests for early release of Super for Surgery (Source: Department of Human Services)

 

In the year ending 2016, over $204 million Australian dollars were approved for early release from Super Funds.  This appears to have covered a variety of reasons, including medical costs and surgery costs, increased costs of living, financial disruptions or the current housing cost crisis.

How DO patients typically pay for their Plastic Surgery procedures?

Again, requests for early release of Super for Surgery are not as common as the news stories would have you believe, although request have increased lately in a changing economy.

Options for paying for desired plastic or cosmetic surgery generally include Savings Accounts, pre-paying on a house mortgage as a form of Surgery Savings that can also reduce interest temporarily or reputable low interest credit providers, as well as early withdrawal requests of Super Funds based on compassionate grounds.

It is important to do your homework on any of these options and to recognise that early withdrawal of Super for Surgery payment methods is always up to each individual Super Fund administrator. For other types of rebates or funds for surgery, certain criteria may also apply.

 

Getting payment method advice is a great idea before embarking on any of these options for Surgery.

 

 

Here are several reasons why our blogging team believes it’s important for patients with recurrent health problems to be able to request early access for Super to Pay for Surgery (when they have no other means to attain the surgery they require).

Common Reasons People request early release of Super Funds for Surgery

The rise in overseas medical http://www.azurite.com.au/2017/07/15/cosmetic-surgery/tourism – includes a surge of overseas surgery for Australians having happy healthier lifestyle.

Australians are finding overseas surgery is a far better option as these countries such as Thailand or Malaysia are considered some of the finest locations in the world for cosmetic or gastric sleeve surgery. With an emphasis on after care, ISO hospitals, which is an international standard, packages with hotel.  This option is considered far superior to the Australian hospitals which most are not ISO/JCI or have the breadth of experience of these overseas doctors.  But please do your homework on which service you use.

 

 

Obesity: Weight Loss Surgery Saves Patient’s Lives

Sometimes, as in the case of Obesity and Weight Loss Surgery, the patient’s life is actually at risk. Obesity has many components – including misfiring brain synapses that prevent a person from burning body fat the way that others do. Without some form of change to their condition, such as via Bariatric surgery, a person suffering ongoing Obesity has a high risk of developing numerous chronic diseases that can lead to disability and an early death. So some patients who need weight loss surgery and post-weight loss body contouring (skin reduction) are using early release of their Super for surgery.

 

 

Skin Folds: Body Contouring After Weight Loss to Reduce Redundant Skin Folds that are causing problems and social discomfort

After losing weight through lifestyle changes or dietary changes, formerly heavy patients often have skin laxity (extra folds of loose skin). This excess skin causes recurrent skin infections for some patients as well as chaffing, social discomfort and back pain.

Having excess skin folds after weight loss also impedes a person’s ability to exercise comfortably.  So despite losing weight, the over-stretched skin that remains can still impinge on their ability to participate in cardiovascular exercises and to stay fit after losing weight after getting a Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass, Lapband or Gastric Balloon procedure.

 

Large Breasts Causing Neck Pain and Back Pain: Breast Reduction Surgery can reduce physical pain and chronic skin conditions

Women who have heavy, large breasts are often plagued with a variety of problems, from balance problems to posture issues to back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain. But there’s also the skin issues of chaffing or bra-strap dig ins and social discomfort. Social, psychological and physical well being are all readily improved for most patients who choose Breast Reduction Surgery with a good Surgeon (it’s a highly complex procedure so you really want to get it right the first time).

Diastasis Recti (Separated, damaged Abdominal Muscles after pregnancy), Hernias and Skin Folds

Pregnancy and weight loss often leave redundant, sagging skin and a very changed abdominal region for Mums.  For some patients, there is a LOT of extra skin.  Skin folds and abdominal area sagging leave patients vulnerable to recurring skin infections as well as chaffing. This excess abdominal area fat, skin and weight also affects metabolism, mood and social well-being.  For some women, depression about their changed bodies leads to diminished quality of life; whereas the right surgery at the right time, with a caring Plastic Surgeon, can make a major difference for them in numerous areas of their lives.  Read our blogs about Diastasis Recti or the Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) pages can provide information.

diastasis recti repair and using early release of super for surgery abdominoplasty tummy tuck criteria

Rhinoplasty

We are a sporting country, and as such, accidents are common. Noses get injured or broken and deviated septums are more common than people realise.  Plus, some people are born with disproportionate nose sizes or shapes that leave them feeling unattractive.  To correct breathing problems or provide a cosmetic enhancement, a well-executed “nose job” surgery procedure (Rhinoplasty surgery) for men or women can really help.  Nose reshaping surgery is very complex, however, and can be costly to get a good Surgeon who can provide a satisfying surgical outcome. (Revision requests after Rhinoplasty are common, unfortunately, and many less experienced Surgeons can get this Surgery extremely wrong).

Eyelid Surgery to rectify Vision Impairment Caused by the sagging position of the ageing or injury-impacted eyelid

Sometimes ageing eyelids start to sag to the point they impact vision. When seeing clearly out of your eyes is made difficult due to sagging eyelid skin that covers some of your pupils, you may be eligible for a minor Medicare rebate on an Eyelid lift procedure (Blepharoplasty) (or a Health Fund rebate if you have private coverage).  Criteria apply and evaluations are a must. Please note: these types of rebates do NOT apply to patients wanting cosmetic enhancements to their eye area and who’s vision is not impacted.

Male Breast Reduction for Gynaecomastia

Some men – many men in fact – develop puffy looking breasts due to a variety of reasons. Surgery can help correct this and for more information, visit the Male Breast Reduction surgery for Gynaecomastia page.

 

So there you have it, what the news articles are reporting is that people who want surgery are seeking ways to payment methods or fund their surgery from a variety of means, including requesting early release of Super for Surgery on compassionate or medical grounds.

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Body lift Thailand

Lower body lift, extended tummy tuck, buttocks lift, thigh lift with additional liposuction 21 day package with www.azurite.com.au

Extended tummy tuck with butt lift and thigh lift with liposuction

Posted by Azurite Medical & Wellness on Friday, 28 September 2018

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Thigh Lift Thailand

Thigh Lift

Posted by Azurite Medical & Wellness on Friday, 28 September 2018

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Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)

 

Brazilian Butt Lift with Thigh Lift  (50 year old woman)

The thighs have been liposuction as well as lifted and the butt we have lifted using her own tissue to give augmentation.  These two procedures together give a very natural uplifting result.

 

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Tummy Tuck|Breast Lift|Thailand

Tummy Tuck|Breast Lift|Thailand

 

Abdominoplasty, known more commonly as a “tummy tuck,” is a major surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen and to tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall. The procedure can dramatically reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen. But bear in mind, it does produce a permanent scar, which, depending on the extent of the original problem and the surgery required to correct it, can extend from hip to hip.

A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is an operation performed to improve the shape and contour of your tummy. The operation can remove excess skin, unwanted scars, stretch marks, fat and can tighten the stomach muscles. There are a variety of different abdominoplasty procedures and depending on your particular problem(s), the operation will be individualised and tailored to suit you.

Younger patients who have not been pregnant before, who have good quality elastic skin and whose main problem is an excess of fat, are best suited to simple liposuction of the tummy. These patients typically have a little pot belly – a slight excess of fat in the lower tummy. Liposuction of the tummy is usually performed under sedation and local anaesthesia, although general anaesthesia may be used. These cases are usually performed as day case surgery. Often, other areas are also treated with liposuction simultaneously. Small incisions are made, excess fat is removed and the wounds closed. Not only will fat be removed, but some degree of skin tightening or shrinkage can be expected as well.

Slightly older or middle aged patients who might have had previous pregnancies (causing the muscles below the belly button to splay apart a little) and who have a slight excess of skin and fat, especially below the belly button, may be best suited for a mini-tummy tuck. Mini tummy tuck is usually performed under local anaesthesia and sedation, although general anaesthesia can be used. Surgery is usually done as day case surgery. A wedge or ellipse of skin and fat is excised from the lower tummy leaving a scar horizontally above the pubic hair, similar to the scar from a Caesarian Section. In addition liposuction is performed of the upper tummy and waist and the muscles below the belly button are tightened. No scar is left around the belly button which is stretched slightly to become more elongated and generally more appealing.

Some patients have an even greater degree of skin laxity, excess fat and splaying of the muscles. These patients require a classic tummy tuck. This operation is usually performed under general anaesthesia and usually requires hospitalisation of 2-3 days. An incision is made from hip to hip and around the belly button. A large wedge of skin and fat is excised from above the belly button to just above the pubic hair. Some areas may be treated with liposuction and the muscles above and below the belly button are tightened. Although this operation does leave the biggest scar, it does provide the greatest degree of improvement in shape. Patients still planning pregnancies should wait until completion of their family.

The best candidates for abdominoplasty are men or women who are in relatively good shape but are bothered by a large fat deposit or loose abdominal skin that won’t respond to diet or exercise. The surgery is particularly helpful to women who, through multiple pregnancies, have stretched their abdominal muscles and skin beyond the point where they can return to normal. Loss of skin elasticity in older patients, which frequently occurs with slight obesity, can also be improved

Patients who intend to lose a lot of weight should postpone the surgery. Also, women who plan future pregnancies should wait, as vertical muscles in the abdomen that are tightened during surgery can separate again during pregnancy. If you have scarring from previous abdominal surgery, your doctor may recommend against abdominoplasty or may caution you that scars could be unusually prominent.

The Abdominoplasty or “Tummy Tuck” is designed to remove excess abdominal skin and fat, as well as tighten loose abdominal muscles. The perfect candidate is a woman with prior pregnancies which have stretched her abdominal muscles past the point of repair by standard exercise. Poor candidates are those who are obese and simply have too much abdominal fat. Liposuction can be an alternative in these patients.

  • Pre-operatively patients usually need routine blood tests to be sure they are not anemic or pregnant. Photographs are taken to assess progress.
  • Patients should not smoke within three weeks of the operation. Of course, smoking is never a good idea and patients should quit smoking early and permanently.
  • No aspirin, ibuprofen, or similar drugs should be taken within two weeks of surgery. These medications can cause serious excess bleeding during, and after, the operation. If you have any questions about drugs you are taking, including over the counter preparations and natural herbs, please call the office.
  • Please shower the night before surgery and do not EAT or DRINK anything before your surgery or at least 6 hours before surgery. This prohibition includes coffee and juice in the morning. Oral medications can be taken with a sip of water.
  • 45 kilos gastric sleeve weight loss. Extended tummy tuck. Inverted t lift areolas reduction

    Posted by Azurite Medical & Wellness on Monday, 4 June 2018

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