I have looked at labiaplasty before and after pictures on this site and I am very impressed by the difference it can make. But how much would a labiaplasty cost? I would guess it takes a lot of skill to do a labiaplasty right because it is such a sensitive area so it is probably very expensive.
How Much Does Labiaplasty Cost?
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Thanks for your question - In our San Francisco area practice we offer labiaplasty for patients that have contour problems with the labia minora.
This operation can be easily be done in our procedure room but we also offer the operation under general anesthesia at local hospitals.
Our price is typically between $2500 and $5000 depending on the needs of our patients.
As always - while price can be important be sure to find a qualified board certified plastic surgeon to help you with these issues. I hope this helps.
Cost of labioplasty in Canada.
As cosmetic procedures go a labioplasty is fairly inexpensive. The reason is that it can be done under local anesthesia. The recovery time is also fairly short because my patients don't have to take alot of time off work therefore little loss of income from days off. The price ranges from $2700-3500 depending on whether the procedure is done in a private setting or in the hospital.
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I typically perform labiaplasty under local anesthesia with mild oral sedation. This is very well tolerated and uniformly regarded by patients who have had the procedure as the "way to go". The cost is approximately $3700. If you wish to have a clitoral unhooding at the same time the cost is increased by $500.By avoiding the OR and general anesthesia, you save a significant amount of money.I hope this helps.
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Labiaplasty is a more common procedure than you may think. I have performed them under local anesthesia, under oral sedation and local anesthesia, intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. The cost depends on the amount of tissue to be removed, the actual procedure needed and the type of anesthesia required by the patient. The cost for a labiaplasty that includes reduction of the labia minora length and excess skin varies across the nation from $1650.00 - 7500.00. In my practice, the cost is $1,650.00 for the surgical fee, about $550.00 - 750.00 for the facility, and $425.00 if general or intravemous sedation is required.
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At my surgery center in Baltimore,we provide a soaking basin for post op care.
To ensure our patients’ comfort all labiaplasty procedures are performed under twilight sedation anesthesia.
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Cost of Labiaplasty of the Labia Minora
The labia minora can become enlarged and elongated and may require a small procedure to reduce the size of the labia minora. The procedure needs to performed in a meticulous fashion and requires expertise. Labiaplasty is approximately 3,500 dollars to 7,500 dollars, depending on the extent of the procedure, need for anesthesia, and surgery center costs.
Labiaplasty may cost between $5000 and $8000
Labiaplasty costs, as with any cosmetic procedure, can vary. Every situation is different. Most patients who request a labiaplasty desire improvement in the appearance of the labia minora. However, some patients also request a labiaplasty of the labia majora (outer lips) and some may benefit from clitoral hood reduction as well as liposuction of the mons pubis.
Costs will also vary depending on whether the procedure is performed in the office or in a surgicenter and whether it is performed only under local anesthesia or with anesthesia delivered by an anesthesiologist.
Labiaplasty costs are very variable
As the others have mentioned, the costs are variable and will depend on whether you are interested in improving the vulva alone, or also the vaginal canal, whether a laser is used, and whether your procedure can be performed in the office setting or an operating room. Fees are usually between $2500 and $5000. I hope that helps.
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