Bangkok, Thailand (PRWEB) May 11, 2008
Bangkok Plastic Surgery Clinic continues to impress patients with SRS services
Krista wrote on the website: "I undertook SRS with Pichet on March 17, 2008. So far my results look appropriate, except maybe the labia minora on one side is a bit choppy. I don't question his skill at all as he has done over 500 cases up to me."
" I agree with everybody that his staff is above par in service and professionalism and personality," added Krista on the services.
Susie Joyce, who also undertook SRS in March 2008, shared the same positive experience. "My experience was nothing short of wonderful. I had breast augmentation (to 38C) and all phases of the procedure went extremely well - pre-surgery, surgery and especially post-surgery. Dr Pichet is an urbane and extremely professional surgeon and he involved me in every aspect of the procedure."
Thailand has plenty of qualified clinics and hospitals renowned for sex reassignment services that yield great results. In qualified sex reassignment, patients will require permission from parents if under 20 years old and they are required to have lived full-time in the cross-gender role for at least one year. The procedure will take about three hours followed by four nights in the hospital for post-care. The all-inclusive charges are much cheaper than those abroad (approximately at least USD6,500) and patients can meanwhile enjoy a vacation in the beautiful city of Bangkok or other mesmerizing tourist destinations in Thailand. Moreover, if done by qualified Thai doctors in certified institutions are experienced and skillful, so there are less risks and complications.
One of the most leading sex change institutions such as Bangkok Plastic Surgery Clinic offer patients an option of contacting the surgeon by email prior to the decision. The doctor can explain in detail about the procedure and results. Dr Pichet of Bangkok Plastic Surgery Clinic is known for getting back to his patients in as few as 48 hours. The patients are provided with useful information and recommendation to help them decide and prepare for the surgery better.