How Much Does Labiaplasty Usually Cost?
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Labiaplasty cost depends on what procedures are required to address your concerns, and whether you are doing this under anesthesia or with straight local anesthetic. For a straight forward labiaplasty, the cost could be ~3000 - 5000 depending on where you go and if you are adding an operating fee and anesthesia fee.
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Cost of Labiaplasty
The cost can depend on the amount of time required to make the best correction. The prices can also depend on type of sedation used and what type of procedure room is available. In Denver, my price for reduction of labia minora only is approximately $2950.
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Cost for labiaplasty
The cost will depend on whether you can have this procedure done in the office under local anesthesia or in the operating room under general anesthesia. Typically, we perfrom this procedure in our office and our cost for a bilateral labiaplasty is approximately 3200.00 including surgeon cost and facility fee.
Cost of surgery
Each surgeon’s fees will be different depending on many factors. Factors such as the certification of the surgeon, the experience of the surgeon, if the surgery is performed in the office or in a hospital / outpatient surgery center, if performed under local anesthesia or general anesthesia and who is administering the anesthesia. Don’t choose your surgeon ONLY by price, make sure they can achieve your goals.
Labia minora reduction surgery can range from $3500-$5000 in my area. If you add the labia majora, that will add more time/ expense.
Cost for labiaplasty
The cost depends on many factors. Labiaplasty is a generic term and does not describe what exactly is done surgically. Usually, it refers to reduction of the labia minora or inner lips reduction, but it could involve clitoral hood reduction, labia majora reduction or fat grafting. It also depends on the technique, such as excess labial tissue amputation and oversawing the edges or a wedge excision with a flap reconstruction to maintain normal color and anatomic shape of the labia including preservation of normal sensation, and the regional fees. Costs also include facility fees (hospital vs office surgical suite) and anesthesia including general, intravenous sedation or local anesthesia only. My fees are all inclusive and can be $5400-7500.
Labiaplasty Cost... Be wise when searching!
The often quoted cost for labiaplasty surgery ranges from $2500 - $10,000.
Why is there such a wide range, and, more precisely, what exactly do you receive for your money?
All labiaplasties are not the same... Buyer Beware!
Unfortunately for the general public, the term "labiaplasty" can have a variety meanings, almost rendering a fee quotation, in the absence of additional information, completely useless. Several of the factors contributing to a labiaplasty fee quotation may include the following:
- The precise nature of the operation (unilateral labiaplasty, bilateral labiaplasty, included clitoral hood reduction, etc.)
- The type of anesthesia to be used (full general anesthesia, "twilight sleep" or simple local anesthesia)
- The charges by the surgical facility (hospital, outpatient surgical center or private clinic)
- The surgeon's experience, expertise and reputation with labiaplasty surgery
- The precise surgical method to be used (simple removal of excess labial tissue or a carefully planned and executed surgical procedure designed to preserve natural vulvar appearance and sensitivity)
- The prevailing rates for various other similar surgical procedures within the local community and by which labiaplasty fees are usually influenced
With so many factors coming into play, an advertised labiaplasty price must really be "taken with a grain of salt" until many more details become known!
Cost of labiaplasty
Labiaplasty, which most commonly involves surgical reduction of the labia minora (inner/thinner lips), has become a relatively common procedure over the last ten and even more so last five years. Whether the surgery is done using a laser, scalpel, or scissors does not really matter but what does matter is "symmetry". Symmetry is the most important aspect to the final aesthetic result. Also, it's not how much tissue is removed but how much is left remaining because a certain amount is necessary to maintain proper form and function. To achieve these two most important elements, it is extremely important to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon that specializes in this operation (does at least 1 - 2 per week). It may cost you a bit more but it this type of result you will want to live with for the rest of your life. Typical (all inclusive) fee at my office/surgery center is $4500.
Best of luck...Ryan A. Stanton, M.D.
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