Why choose nib Options
We’ll help you make an informed choice about your cosmetic and dental treatment in Australia and overseas.
nib Options Aftercare Promise^
We're with you through every step of your journey, even when you get back home with our exclusive 12 Months Aftercare Promise.
- 5 scheduled follow-up calls with an Australian Registered Nurse or Australian Dentist during the 12 months following your procedure^
- If something goes wrong, you have peace of mind that the nib Options Clinical Review Committee, made up of Australian Plastic Surgeons and Australian Specialist Dentists are on hand to review your case.^
- nib Options will follow the advice received from the Clinical Review Committee to assist in arranging follow up consultations or corrective treatment where necessary.^
^ Terms and Conditions apply and available on request. Contact us for more information.
Check out this months featured procedures
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
- 3 Nights in hospital
To remove excess skin from the middle and lower abdomen and tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall. Minimum recovery in Thailand is 10 nights.
- 1 Night in hospital
Rhinoplasty reshapes the nose to make it more proportioned and balanced with the rest of the face. Minimum recovery in Thailand is 10 nights.
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Your journey with nib Options
Find the information you need to make an informed choice. Find a procedure thats right for you
Your dedicated consultant will assist you obtain your personal surgical recommendation and help build the package that is right for you
The moment has arrived, you will be greeted by your personal concierge on arrival who will be with you every step of the way.
We are available to support you even after your procedure with our 12 Month Aftercare Promise ^ Conditions Apply.
nib Options is a provider of services for customers considering cosmetic surgery, and does not provide medical advice, perform any surgery, nor undertake any health service. On our website and in our marketing material, we provide only general information, not medical advice. Patients should receive and take, from their doctor or other healthcare professional, medical advice including about the risks of surgical or invasive procedures.