Dr. Theerapong Poonyakariyagorn MD Male Female Surgery Package Price

A. Surgery Package price:

  1. Peritoneal Pull-Through Vaginoplasty – 605,000 Thai baht
  2. Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty (laparoscopic Technique) – 585,000 Thai baht
  3. Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty (Open Technique)- 405,000 Thai baht
  4. Standard method, which includes penile inversion and scrotal skin graft – 355,000 Thai baht
  5. Minimum Depth Vaginoplasty- 355,000 Thai baht6.. Zero Depth Vaginoplasty – 285,000 Thai baht

Included in the package price:

  • Fee charged by a surgeon
  • Fee charged by anesthesiologist
  • Duration of hospitalization ranges from 5 to 7 days.
  • Hospital-based nursing care
  • Medication for a duration of 1-2 weeks
  • 1 set of dilator and douches sets
  • Thai Interpreter and English Staff

B. Surgery Package price with Accommodation Stay and Nursing Care (up to 30 days)

  1. Peritoneal Pull-Through Vaginoplasty – 675,000 Thai baht
  2. Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty (laparoscopic Technique) – 655,000 Thai baht
  3. Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty (Open Technique)- 475,000 Thai baht
  4. Standard method, which includes penile inversion and scrotal skin graft – 425,000 Thai baht
  5. Minimum Depth Vaginoplasty- 425,000 Thai baht6.. Zero Depth Vaginoplasty – 355,000 Thai baht

Included in the package price:

  • Fee charged by a surgeon
  • Fee charged by anesthesiologist
  • Duration of hospitalization ranges from 5 to 7 days.
  • Hospital-based nursing care
  • Medication for a duration of 1-2 weeks
  • 1 set of dilator and douches sets
  • One-month accommodation in a condominium.
  • A duration of 30 days, which is approximately equivalent to 4 and a half weeks. Provision of private nursing care at the condo, including morning and evening wound care and vaginal douche.
  • Airport transportation services for pick up and drop off
  • Thai Interpreter and English Staff
  • Complimentary Breakfast for a duration of 30 days.

Note: There will be an extra charge if your Body Mass Index (BMI) is above the normal range. Body Mass Index (BMI) ranging from 24 to 28: An additional amount of 30,000 Thai baht.

Male Breast Reduction In Thailand

Male breast reduction is a type of plastic surgery performed on males who have gynecomastia, a disorder characterized by excessive male breast development. The operation eliminates fat and/or glandular tissue from the breasts, as well as extra skin in extreme cases, leaving the chest flatter, firmer, and more contoured. Liposuction is frequently used in conjunction with direct breast excision via a semicircular incision around the areola. In cases of skin excess, more incisions will be required for skin excision.
Male breast reduction surgery typically lasts around 2 hours.
Type of anesthesia used:
The treatment is done under local plus sedation, or general anesthesia.
Hospital/clinic Stay: One night.
Duration of stay in Thailand: 7 days
Risks and complications:
Infection, fluid buildup, skin damage, rippling or bagginess, and asymmetry. Pigment changes (potentially permanent if exposed to sunlight). Excessive scarring if tissue was cut away, necessitating a subsequent treatment to remove additional tissue.
After surgery, patients are placed in a compression vest to reduce fluid collection and promote skin retraction. This needs to be worn for several weeks. There will be minor bruising, which will go within 1-2 weeks.
Preparation Before Surgery:

  • During consultation, a medical history evaluation (including allergies, major medical conditions, and prescriptions) will be conducted, along with a physical examination and laboratory tests.
  • Avoid smoking for 3-4 weeks before surgery to improve circulation and recovery.
  • Avoid alcohol for a week before surgery and during recovery. • Avoid medications like hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids, and supplements for at least 4-6 weeks to prevent complications. • Avoid aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements as they can cause bleeding.

Scrotal Lift in Thailand

A scrotal lift is used to treat excessive slackness of the scrotal skin, which can have both aesthetic and functional effects. It is performed with a scrotoplasty of the scrotal skin, which must be tailored to each unique situation.

As you get older, your body changes, and you may notice a shift that causes discomfort or insecurity. Scrotal lift surgery is frequently performed on male patients who are in pain or discomfort, or who are self-conscious about the changes they notice in their scrotum, such as drooping and extra skin.

Scrotal lift surgery is a simple treatment with little scars and a quick recovery. Our physician, Dr. Teerapong, has performed several scrotal lift surgeries, so you may be confident that your treatment will be performed with the highest level of surgical skill.

Preparation Before Surgery:

  • Medical history evaluation (allergies, significant medical conditions, and all drugs)

taking both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical examination, and laboratory tests will be

performed at a consultation.

  • Avoid smoking for 3-4 weeks before surgery, as nicotine interferes with circulation.

and will significantly impact the healing process.

  • Stop drinking alcohol a week before surgery and during the recuperation period.
  • Avoid taking any drugs such as hormones, anticoagulants, or anabolic

steroids and supplements at least 4-6 weeks to avoid exacerbating medical problems before

surgery, and avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory medicines, and herbal supplements because they can

Increase bleeding.

During this procedure:

The technique produces an extremely gratifying cosmetic effect.

Because of the unique nature of scrotal skin, the scar is easily camouflaged. Before

To begin the operation, the area of skin to be removed is delineated, customizing the entity and

form based on the distinct individual. The surgery just affects the skin and the

superficial integument, therefore there is no involvement of the testicles or their

function. The hazards are extremely low and are largely related to the occurrence of post-surgical

haematomas, therefore a few days of relaxation and the usage of a jockstrap for the first week after

Operation is advised.

The operation is not at all uncomfortable, and the end result is natural because only the superfluous skin is

repaired, and the result is long-lasting.

Operating Time:

It takes between one and two hours, depending on the region being addressed.

Type of anesthesia used:

This procedure is frequently performed with local anesthetic.

Hospital or clinic stay:

After surgery, the patient can return to their hotel or home.

Days of stay in Thailand:

At least seven days.

Recovery Period:

The recovery time from scrotal lift surgery may vary from patient to patient. You may develop swelling or bruising. Sports activities may resume 20 days after surgery. You can return to work four days after surgery, and sexual activities resume after 30 days.

Orchidectomy in Thailand

Orchiectomy, often called orchidectomy, is a surgical surgery that removes one or both testicles.

This operation is frequently used as part of sex reassignment surgery (SRS) for transgender women or as palliative care for advanced prostate cancer. Orchiectomy may also be performed in the event of a testicular torsion.

Preparation Before Surgery:

 Medical history evaluation, including allergies and significant medical conditions.

drugs (both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical

Examinations and laboratory testing will be performed during the consultation.

 Avoid smoking for 3-4 weeks before surgery, as nicotine can interfere.

with circulation and will significantly alter the healing process.

 Avoid alcohol for a week prior to surgery and throughout recovery.

Recovery period.

 Avoid taking drugs like hormones or anticoagulants.

Use anabolic steroids and supplements for at least 4-6 weeks to avoid complications.

Prior to surgery, avoid consuming aspirin and anti-

Anti-inflammatory medications and herbal remedies can also cause bleeding.

 A psychiatric evaluation indicating suitability for surgery. Our surgeon needed one certificate from your native nation and one from Thailand.

 Our surgeon required HIV testing before planning your procedure. We exclusively accept HIV-negative clients.

During this procedure:

The patient is lying flat on an operating table, with the penis taped to the abdomen. The nurse will shave a small area around the incision. After administering anesthetic, the surgeon will create an incision in the middle of the scrotum and cut through the underlying tissue. The surgeon makes an incision and removes the testicles and sections of the spermatic cord. The wound is closed with two layers of sutures and a surgical dressing. If the patient prefers, a prosthetic testicle can be implanted before the incision is closed to give the look of a pre-surgical scrotum. 

Operating time:

It takes 1–2 hours.

Type of anesthesia used:

This operation is performed with local or general anesthesia.

Hospital or clinic stay:

Patients who have surgery under local anesthetic can return home immediately, whereas those who have surgery in the hospital must stay for one night.

Days of stay in Thailand:

At least 7–14 days.

Risks and complications:

The most serious risk of surgical orchiectomy is hematoma (or bleeding into the scrotum). It is usual for the scrotum to feel bruised, swollen, and sensitive for 2-4 weeks following surgery. However, a big, purple scrotum may indicate a hematoma. A compressive dressing, tight-fitting undergarments, and/or ice packs can all help avoid hematomas.

Ilioinguinal nerve injury can occur when the nerve is injured during spermatic cord dissection. This is more common in males who have had previous inguinal surgery (typically for an undescended testicle or hernia repair) and can arise during dissection or become mistakenly stuck in the closure of the external oblique fascia. The deficit is frequently reduced sensation in the medial thigh, scrotum, or base of the penis. It is usually temporary, but it can take weeks or months to improve.

Inguinal hernias can develop if the external oblique fascia is not correctly closed or if the closure fails. To avoid developing a hernia, limit intense activities for 2-4 weeks.