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KTC partners with MedAsia Healthcare Complex

and invites members to change their looks from head to toe.

            Ms. Sireerat Corvanich, Vice President - Credit Card Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, jointly with MedAsia Healthcare Complex, an advanced dentistry, health and beauty specialist center, provide KTC Credit Card members special privileges at 4 leading clinics: 1. Bangkok Smile Dental Clinic Provider of Zoom WhiteSpeed teeth whitening services; members receive Bt. 800 discount off the Bright & Shine Tooth Spa service, originally Bt. 12,300, and pay using the KTC FLEXI installment plan with 0% interest for 3 months. Privilege available from February 23 - May 31, 2018. 2. NICHE Natural Health Asia’s first Naturopathic Medicine center, a traditional healing health care practice from the United States of America; members receive 15% discount off all vitamin, mineral, amino acids and intravenous antioxidant IV Drip services, originally Bt. 3,500 - 4,800. Privilege available today - December 31, 2018. Members also receive Bt. 5,000 discount off the HIFU Non-Surgical Face Lift service, originally Bt. 25,000, with no restrictions on number of shots and free naturopathic consolation from expert naturopathic doctors. Privilege available today - June 30, 2018. 3. ETERNITY CLINIC Men and women holistic sexual function center; members receive 20% discount off the Shockwave Therapy service, a nondrug and nonsurgical innovative service to help restore men’s sexual functions. Offer valid from February 23 - December 31, 2018. 4. Bangkok Smile Aesthetic Clinic Provider of personalized facial, body, skin, hair and scalp cosmetic and reconstructive services; members receive 10% discount, and pay using the KTC FLEXI installment plan with 0% interest for 4 months. Privilege available from February 23 - May 31, 2018.


For more information, please contact KTC PHONE 02 123 5000 or visit, register for a credit card at any “KTC TOUCH” branches or click link


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