Dr. Chartchai is a plastic reconstructive surgeon experienced in rebuilding facial and body features due to accidents, birth defects, and breast cancer. His skill in microsurgery results in reduced or minimal scarring for all cosmetic and reconstructive surgical procedures.
Dr. Chartchai’s patients represent many ethnic origins – Asian, Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic, Indian and Arabic. They travel to Bangkok Thailand from their homes around the world for facelifts, breast implants, liposuction and other plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery performed by him.
Dr. Chartchai’s philosophy
Dr. Chartchai is sensitive to the needs and desires in his patients. He has made a lifelong commitment to the art and practice of cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgery is his passion and this becomes clear as patients consult with him.
Surgery with Dr. Chartchai
Gravity pulls everything down. No matter how much we may wish otherwise, we can’t escape gravity. So we look to plastic surgery to give us back what gravity is taking away: facelifts, neck lifts, forehead lifts, even body lifts.
Men and plastic surgery
Men increasingly come to Dr. Chartchai for cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery. Men request facelifts, neck lifts, liposuction and minimally invasive brow lifts.
Better looking bodies for longer lives.
Today's society places strong emphasis on a slender, youthful appearance of the abdomen. Particularly frustrating for women who have given birth or have lost a significant amount of weight, they are left with loose, stretched-out skin with permanent stretch marks, and abdominal muscles that no longer respond to exercise.
Presenting your best face
For most people, reshaping the face is a matter of a neck lift, cheek or mid-face lift, perhaps a forehead or brow lift, or eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty ). Maybe a “nose job” (rhinoplasty). But some people feel they need to go beyond traditional facelift procedures and add a little more definition to their faces via a chin implant, cheek implants, or autologous fat transfer.
Breast fullness regained
After pregnancy and breast-feeding, following massive weight loss and obesity, or in the course of aging, breasts lose their fullness and bounce. Many women refuse to accept the breasts that result from having fulfilled their roles as mothers.