Scar camouflage or Corrective Pigment Camouflage is a groundbreaking cosmetic solution performed to cover or make embarrassing scars invisible. This procedure, which is also referred to as medical corrective tattooing addresses skin colour loss that typically occurs due to congenital anomalies, accidents, trauma, burn, or the presence of skin diseases.
This advanced procedure is now available in western countries such as the United States, Canada, and Europe. However, a lot of people are still unable to take advantage of it due to the high cost. For this reason, more and more patients are looking elsewhere to save money. If you’re one of them, Southeast Asia could be an attractive option.
Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore are extremely popular in the field of medical tourism. Aside from offering the majority of medical and aesthetic procedures for up to 75% cheaper when compared to western countries, they also deliver the same medical standards offered in the United States. In fact, hundreds of their medical facilities including hospitals and aesthetic clinics are JCI accredited, which gives you an assurance that they offer world-class treatment that guarantees not just exceptional results but also your safety and comfort.
Also, traveling to Southeast Asia allows you to take advantage of minimal to zero waiting time. As long as you book an appointment before you board your plane, the specialist will be able to accommodate you at your earliest convenience. This also affords you to combine your treatment with some R&R (rest and relaxation). Thailand has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches while Malaysia and Singapore are known for their world-class shopping centres, amazing culture, and delectable food.