Fast fact-checked: 22 March 2020
Looking at getting rid of those wrinkles across your brow? A forehead lift in Bali can help dramatically, with the chance to enjoy a memorable holiday on this hugely popular Indonesia island at the same time.
Smooth out those furrows and heading home looking younger with the help of Medical Departures
Squinting and facial expressions, like frowning, contribute to the formation of lines on your forehead. Along with the aging process and the pull of gravity, your brows can droop over the eyelids, making you look tired and older.
A forehead lift will give you a wrinkle-free forehead and this goes a long way in reversing the aging appearance of your face. It can be performed as a standalone procedure or combined with facelift, eye bag removal and other procedures, as well as non-surgical cosmetic treatments.
Also called a browplasty, this surgery can be performed using an "open" surgical technique or carried out endoscopically, using minute incisions. You can decide along with your chosen surgeon as to which technique will work best for your problems and whether you need another facial procedure (surgical or minimally invasive) to achieve your goals.
Bali is a place that is known for its excellent medical care and affordable prices. It is also easily accessible from countries like Australia. As this surgery is something you have to pay for, you have to shop around for affordable options if you feel you need the surgery.
If you plan to go to Bali, you can also enjoy a fabulous holiday before surgery, soaking up the scenery and many attractions, as well as the many great beaches across the island for relaxation. You’ll also find lots to do in terms of activities – whether you like hurtling through the air on a zip wire; negotiating river rapids or strolling around a golf course. The only thing is that if you are having surgery, then it is best to get your holiday activities in before the surgery.
Post-surgery, you’ll find plenty of places that will cater to your needs, whether that’s dining out, or indulging in some spa therapies to aid your recovery.
Booking surgery abroad can be a daunting task. It makes sense to use Medical Departures, the leading online medical tourism booking agency, to arrange your trip.
Over the last decade, we’ve helped hundreds and thousands of patients obtain top medical care at quality-checked clinics overseas. All the clinics and hospitals listed with Medical Departures are trustworthy and reliable having been pre-screened by us. Our checks include:
Our listings include everything you need to make your own informed choice with the help of maps, prices, clinic photos and other information to make your decision easy. Get started now by looking at BIMC Hospital (Nusa Dua), one of our most popular partner facilities on the island that offers chemical peels.
Browplasty may be carried in different ways depending on where you need a lift. It is usually carried out under local anesthesia and the whole procedure should take between one and two hours.
Sutures are put in places where they either come in the natural crease or they are hidden; thus, they can be positioned in the eyebrow line or in the hairline (unless it is done endoscopically).
Usually, the skin is tightened, the excess tissue removed and the eyebrows will assume a more natural arch after the surgery. This reduces the appearance of wrinkles and furrows.
Things to note about your recovery:
A forehead lift in Bali is likely to be around AUD $4,500 (NZD $4,800; EURO €3,200; UK £2,800; US $3,500; CAN $4,500) compared to Australia where prices are AUD $14,000 (NZD $15,000; EURO €10,000; UK £8,600; US $10,700; CAN $14,000).
[Please note: these prices are approximate estimates based on international data, calculated at the time of writing.]
Get in touch with our Customer Care Team and obtain a free, no-obligation quote for your forehead lift in Bali. You can also book directly online, and take advantage of our other services, such as finance, insurance and hotel bookings.
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