I've had three children and sex just isn't the same, and I would like to have things back the way they were before children. Can I get the estimated cost of vaginal rejuvenation?
How Much Does Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost?
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Vaginal rejuvenation cost will vary from area to area
The cost of vaginal rejuvenation, including anesthesia and surgical facility fee, will be around $8-9000. I do fat grafting in some cases to help with the vaginal wall atrophy.
Cost of Vaginal tightening or rejuvenation
The costs will vary depending on what needs to be done. Namely perineoplasty, anterior or posterior repair. In some instances pelvic laxity may be considered a covered benefit\ of your insurance plan. First meet with your gynecologist or urogynecologist to discuss your concerns. However, depending on what needs to be done fees can vary from 5-12,000 USD.
Vaginal Rejuvenation Cost
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How much does vaginal rejuvenation cost?
The appearance of the vaginal area can be improved but it will be unlikely for you to return to what it was before your children.
Miami Pricing for Vaginal Rejuvenation
Average pricing for Vaginal Rejuvenation is between $4500 to $6000. This would include Surgeons Fee, Anesthesia, OR costs, and follow ups.
I perform labiaplasties but not vaginal rejuvenation. The total cost of a labiaplasty is $4500. Best of luck.
Vaginal Rejuvenation costs
From what you decribe, it sounds like you wish to have a vaginal introitus plasty (vaginoplasty) where the opening of the vaginal aperture is made smaller to enhance friction and sexual satisfaction. The cost of this procedure is around $5500 (this includes surgeon, anesthesia and facility fees). Sometimes patients also want labia minora or majora reduction and clitoral unhooding and this can add to the cost. I hope this helps.
All my best,
Daniel A. Medalie, MD
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