Korean Plastic Surgery FAQ

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How much does plastic surgery cost?

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How long should I stay if I receive plastic surgery?

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When should I enter Korea for surgery?

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Can I fly after the surgery?

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What are the advantages of Braun Plastic Surgery?

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Do I need a separate visa to get plastic surgery?

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Are there any foreign languages available at the hospital?

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Can I choose a doctor?

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Is there any accommodation associated with the hospital if I have to stay for a long time?

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I want to go sightseeing or shopping after surgery. When can I move?

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Is there anything I need to prepare before I go to Korea?

1 How much does plastic surgery cost?

The cost of plastic surgery varies depending on facial parts and condition and whether it is your first or reoperation.

2 How long should I stay if I receive plastic surgery?

Antibiotic injection treatment and wound disinfection are necessary for 1-2 days after your surgery, and it is recommended for you to stay for 5-7 days to remove skin seams.

3 When should I enter Korea for surgery?

In case of general anesthesia surgery, it is necessary to have a blood test result required for general anesthesia. Therefore, it is better for you to visit 1 day before your surgery and perform the necessary tests for anesthesia.It is advisable to visit 2-3 hours before the actual procedure if you cannot make it 1 day before.

4 Can I fly after the surgery?

After the surgery, you can take a flight 2-3 days after your condition recovers.

5 What are the advantages of Braun Plastic Surgery?

Brown Plastic Surgery is headed by a specialist in each field of surgery who researches for the best beauty. Based on continuous research and know-how, Brown Plastic Surgery is recognized for its technological prowess by acquiring trademarks for each field and publishing facial contour books. We conduct an accurate test for safe anesthesia and perform a full-time anesthesia during surgery. By establishing a central monitoring system that is hard to find in university hospitals, all patients' conditions are double and triple checks during surgery, allowing for safer operation.

6 Do I need a separate visa to get plastic surgery?

Just as all countries have different visa standards, some countries require a visa, while others do not. In Vietnam, medical tourism visas have been created, making it easier to obtain visas. In the case of Indonesia, visas are required. In Thailand and Japan, no visa is required. If you have a family member, please ask the Embassy to help you prepare your documents.

7 Are there any foreign languages available at the hospital?

There are staff members who speak English, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Indonesian in the hospital, so you do not have any inconvenience in receiving consultations and interpreting during surgery and after-care.

8 Can I choose a doctor?

Yes. You can choose among the directors of each part.

9 Is there any accommodation associated with the hospital if I have to stay for a long time?

Yes, there is accomodation that is 5-10 minutes away from the hospital, and hotel discounts and reservations are available.

10 I want to go sightseeing or shopping after surgery. When can I move?

Post-op walks help to relieve swelling. For minor surgeries like eye surgery, you can go for a walk from the day of surgery, but depending on the size of the surgery, you should recover your condition and go sightseeing or shopping a couple of days after the surgery.

11 Is there anything I need to prepare before I go to Korea?

Items you need for surgery, such as ice packs, gauze, eating medicine, and pumpkin juice, will be provided by the hospital, and there are no items you need to bring with you because the swelling management system is well established.