For Men

Top 10 Requested Procedures

Gynecomastia & Chest Contouring

THB 120,000
Hospital: 2 nights, Stay: 7 days

Tummy Tuck

THB 160,000
Hospital: 5 nights, Stay: 10 days


THB 60,000
Hospital: 2 nights, Stay: 5 days


THB 160,000
Hospital: 2 nights, Stay: 10 days

Neck Lift

THB 140,000
Hospital: 2 nights, Stay: 10 days

Chin Implant

THB 40,000
Hospital: 1 night, Stay: 7 days


THB 50,000
Hospital: 1 night, Stay: 5 days

Otoplasty (Ear Surgery)

THB 30,000
Stay: 5 days

Eyelid Surgery

THB 30,000
Stay: 5 days

Hair Transplant

THB 50,000
Hospital: 1 night, Stay: 5 days

Recovery After Surgery

General Post Op Recovery Instructions:

  • Take the medications as prescribed. Antibiotics should be taken after meals and drinking alcohol is not allowed during your antibiotic course.
  • Swelling is to be expected. If you underwent eyelid or nose surgery, you can apply ice packs as needed.
  • Compression garments are important after surgery. Please make sure to wear your garment around the clock especially in the first days post-op.
  • If you have breast or face surgery, taking shower can be resumed right away. While for body contouring procedures, please discuss this with your surgeon.
  • Light walking is encourage to prevent DVT (deep vein thrombosis). Engage to 5-15 mins walk every day.
  • Your dressings and bandages must be kept clean and dry all the time.
  • Practice good sun protection. Do not expose your arms to direct sunlight. If you go outdoors, apply at least an SPF 30 at least 30 minutes prior to sun exposure.
  • Perform foot and leg exercises while you are on bedrest every 2-4 hours. This is applicable to breast, face and tummy tuck surgeries.
  • Do not smoke and drink alcohol.
  • Contact us if you have any of the following:
    • Fever greater than 100o F or 38.5o C.
    • Fresh bleeding, other than that of a minor nature. And any excessive bleeding that persists after pressure and lying down for 15 minutes.
    • Excessive and sudden swelling.
    • Pain not relieved by two pain relieving tablets.


Some degree of scarring is inevitable following a surgical procedure, as the body naturally creates scar tissue in response to any skin injury during the natural healing process. However, our plastic surgeons will make every attempt to limit the size of the incision, and placement of the incision will be as discreet as possible, so the resulting scars won’t be obvious.
The PSP Surgeons reserve the right to decline patients who are not suitable for surgery. The surgeons are responsible for ensuring that they only treat patients who have realistic expectations.
Yes, definitely. Being accredited with JCI (Joint Commission International), we observe strict international standard of care.
An appointment is the time where you get to meet the surgeon for consultation. This is your chance to discuss with our surgeon what your concerns are and what results you expect to have after the surgery. This is also the time where the surgeon will do a physical examination and give his recommendations as to the most suitable procedure for you. On the other hand, surgery confirmation is the date set for your surgery. This is the day that you will be admitted to the hospital. An appointment and surgery confirmation can be scheduled on the same day.
Simple, all you have to do is inform us of your preferred date either through our website or by email or phone. If our surgeons are available we will send you an appointment confirmation. If not, we will suggest the next available date.
PPSI surgeons are well experienced in the field, they are board certified and members of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS). You can check their profiles in our website.
Drinking alcohol and smoking are not advisable prior, recovery and post-surgery. This can result to infection, complications and can alter the results of your surgery.

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