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Lip Reduction Surgery in Thailand

Lip reduction surgery can enhance the facial appearance by reducing the size of one or both lips.

Lip Reduction Surgery IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

Lip reduction surgeryalso known as reduction cheiloplasty, is a surgical procedure carried out to remove excess tissue from the lips to reduce their volume. The aim of the surgery is to restore facial harmony and balance by reducing the volume of the upper or lower lip, or both lips.

Although it is typically performed for cosmetic reasons, there may be medical indications for surgery including impaired speech or drooling.

You may be a suitable candidate for lip reduction surgery if you have naturally large lips and you’re looking for a permanent solution to improve their appearance or function. We can also perform lip reduction surgery at our clinic in Bangkok, if you are unhappy about the results from a previous lip augmentation.

Lip Reduction Surgery


Lip reduction surgery is an outpatient procedure that can be completed in less than an hour, requiring only local or regional anesthesia in most cases.

The surgery involves making a horizontal incision along the length of your lips inside your mouth and removing unwanted tissue from either one or both of the lips to reduce their volume. Because the incision is hidden inside the mouth, scarring will be practically unnoticeable.

Lip reduction surgery is a very safe and simple procedure that requires little time for recovery. Typically, patients can resume their normal activities within a few days.

Before & After

Before the Surgery

  • Read the pre-surgery instructions to help prevent complications and improve outcomes for your surgery.
  • Plan to take 5 days off work.
  • Eat a proper meal and brush your teeth before surgery.


  • Slight swelling is normal after surgery. It should subside after 5-7 days.
  • You will be advised to eat soft/liquid food for the first 2-3 days.
  • Wash all fruits and vegetables thoroughly before eating. Do not eat any raw fish or meat.
  • Drink using a straw at first, and avoid food and drink that is very hot or very cold.
  • Rinse your mouth frequently with saline or mouth wash.
  • You can start wearing lipstick 1 week after surgery.
  • Avoid any exercise that may involve collision, such as football or basketball.
  • Avoid wide smiling for about 2-3 weeks.
  • Rest with your head higher than your heart to reduce swelling.
  • See your surgeon for a follow-up after 3-4 weeks.
  • Drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol.
  • Stitches will dissolve on their own, but you should visit your surgeon for a check-up after 1 week.