Does vaginoplasty include perineoplasty? On average how much would both of them cost?

Just need a gross estimate.

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Doctor Answers 4

Vaginoplasty should include perineoplasty most of the time

I can't remember examining a patient who needed a vaginoplasty for vaginal laxity that only needed tightening of the deep vaginal muscles and not the perineal muscles. Childbirth destroys both sets of muscles and the perineum is usually in worse shape than the deeper muscles. Skipping the perineoplasty wouldn't make too much sense. If someone had a perineoplasty done, when they actually needed a deeper tightening of the vaginal muscles, you might be able to skip the perineoplasty if it didn't limit the surgical exposure for the rest of the procedure.

Jersey City OB/GYN
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Does vaginoplasty include perineoplasty? On average how much would both of them cost?

There procedures typically cost $5000 or $6000 on the low end in most instances.

Kenneth Hughes, MD

Los Angeles, CA

Kenneth B. Hughes, MD
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Vaginoplasty and perineoplasty

Indeed most vaginoplasty (tightening of the pelvic floor and the vaginal canal) procedures involve a perineoplasty (tightening of the pelvic floor), especially if an episiotomy was performed during vaginal delivery. Although costs do vary from one surgeon to the next, my fee is typically around $8500. Glad to help...

Ryan Stanton, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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Vaginoplasty includes perineoplasty

A vaginoplasty does include a perineoplasty in most circumstances. Cost varies depending on your anatomy, your symptoms, the location, and the surgeon.

Gary J. Alter, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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