Hi Doctor! I want to know how much does a vaginal reconstruction cost? Can I do it in payments?
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Vaginal Reconstruction Costs
will depend on the following:
-The specific surgery that is requested
-The type of anesthesia
-The experience of the surgery
-The geographical location of the surgery
Estimated fees may also be found here on Real Self, and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery website.
Cost of vaginal reconstruction
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So, What does it cost to buy a painting, a nice dress, a good meal in a restaurant, a ticket for a concert? It is all dependent upon a number of factors. Who painted the painting, how badly do you want that dress and is it for a very special occasion your wedding perhaps ( I've seen patients pay $8000 for a wedding dress which they will wear one time or get Veneers for their teeth and pay $25,000 just for the upper or lowers and $45,000 for both), are you going to McDonalds or an Jean-George restaurant, or are you getting front row seats to the Rolling Stones with VIP backstage passes?
Are you as a patient willing to pay for the best for a surgeon? Remember having surgery is one of the most important investments of your life! I encourage you to choose a surgeon wisely and though price is indeed an issue for most patients do NOT make it the sole issue. If need be put off surgery another year save the extra $2000 and pay for the best surgeon you can afford.
John R Miklos MD
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
Costs of vaginal reconstruction
And despite what some will say, you are getting an experienced surgeon with good outcomes. If there is any criticism of what I do, I am on the conservative side as revisions cost only $145.
Cost for Vaginal Rejuvenation
Thank you for your question, but it is impossible to answer specifically since you don't mention what you are interested in. This is like asking "how much does a car cost?".
If you're having vaginal relaxation issues as a result of vaginal deliveries and are interested in restoring your support, function and pleasure with sex then I would recommend you consult with a reconstructive and cosmetic vaginal surgeon with years of experience. See link below for information on choosing the best surgeon for you. You should be prepared to travel to find the best doctor, so for this reason we offer a Travel Credit to those who fly in from out of state which helps with some of the added expense.
There are financing options available in most cosmetic practices that you can choose plans with low to 0% interest that fits your needs. This way you may proceed with surgery within weeks and pay it off over a period of time.
Best of luck,
Cost for Vaginoplasty/vaginal rejuvenation
Total cost depends on what is done. If this is a "reconstruction procedure" to tighten the vagina after babies, put the muscles back together so you can exercise them properly, surgically re-build your "sagging" vaginal opening, and aesthetically rebuild the opening to close to what it was pre-childbirths, the operation is called "perineoplasty, posterior repair, and vaginoplasty." The cost in our office (COMPLETE, including surgeon's fee, assistant's fee, facility fee, anesthesia (local, done in the office), all supplies and pre- and post-op visits) is US$7250, less $400 RealSelf discount. While no plastic surgery offices accept "payments," we can hook you up with financing services who can help you. There are other potential discounts available if you phone the office. You may access the weblink below for more information. Whatever you decide, make sure this is with a cosmetic gynecologist or urogynecologist who SPECIALIZES in the aesthetic, sexually enhancing specialized type Of repair that you seek.
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Vaginal rejuvenation is a broad term for many procedures
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