Lip Augmentation in Bali

The Ultimate Guide to Lip Augmentation in Bali

Last fact-checked: 11 March 2020

Longing for bigger, plumper lips but put off by the price tag at home? Lip augmentation in Bali can help you get those luscious lips while enjoying a holiday in this fantastic location - plus you'll make substantial savings when booking your treatment through Medical Departures. 

What Is Lip Augmentation?

Lip augmentation is often now performed using fillers that enhance the size and even shape of your lips through a minimally invasive and quick procedure. You can choose from a number of dermal fillers, collagen injections or even fat transfer to augment the lip size.

Alternatively, lip augmentation surgery is an option that provides permanent results. Surgery may be required for other reasons, such as correcting asymmetrical lips or creating a more defined lip bow. This is usually done by the use of lip implants inserted in through tiny incisions.

Why Consider Lip Augmentation in Bali?

Bali is Indonesia's most popular tourist destination - and for good reason. The island sees a vast number of tourists attracted by its biodiversity, temperate climate, cultural attractions, lower cost of living and now, increasingly, its top-quality medical care.

One of Bali's main draws is its glorious beaches - and the surrounding waters which are great for snorkelers, divers, swimmers and surfers. Couples, backpackers and holidaymakers can also enjoy its eclectic nightlife that offers everything from quiet, romantic restaurants to all-night clubs where you can dance the night away.

Why Book with Medical Departures?

Medical Departures offers you safety and the best price guarantee. We ensure your safety by verifying that the doctors working at the clinics and hospitals listed on our website are appropriately qualified. We also list their accreditations with professional international organizations, like ISAPS. We check that the centers offer good quality amenities and follow international protocols. We also conduct post-treatment patient interviews to make sure that they had a good experience.

To get started, take a look at these three leading clinics in Bali for lip augmentations and book with Medical Departures to secure the best prices online:

How Long Does Lip Augmentation Take and What Is the Expected Downtime?

If you are opting for fillers for lip augmentation then this can take as little as half an hour. Fillers like Radiesse, Juvederm and Restylane are commonly used. If a fat transfer is your preferred mode, then this can take a little longer as fat has first to be removed and then refined before being re-injected.

Surgery, such as lip lifts, implants or vermilion advancement can take 60 to 90 minutes. These are normally carried out as outpatient procedures under local anesthesia.

If only fillers are used, you will need to take extra care of your lips for a day or two. After surgery, you will have to be careful for a week to ten days, though you will be mobile. You will have to go for follow-up appointments if stitches have to be removed; this can be something which your surgeon can confirm before you head to Bali. 

How Much Can I Save on My Lip Augmentation in Bali?

Lip augmentation in the US costs an average of US$2,900 (CAD 3,907, £2,322, €2,619, AUD 3,800, NZD 3,985). By undergoing treatment in Bali, patients can expect to save around 60-70% - although this will depend on whether you are going for just fillers or implants. 

How Do I Get Started?

Our Customer Care Team can be reached for free; get in touch to book your lip augmentation in Bali and look forward to 24-hour assistance and the best prices online. 

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