Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery (FGCS)—of which Vaginal Plastic Surgery is part—is a demanding surgical field, and few surgeons are skilled enough to perform the delicate procedures with good results. Some surgeons are formally trained in female medicine, as OB-GYNs—while others, equally competent, are plastic surgeons, cosmetic surgeons, vaginal cosmetic surgeons and urogynocologists. All the experienced surgeons, like those on this web portal are trained to understand the function and artistic aspects of the procedure . . . and results that women expect. In almost every instance, women should only consider these types of surgical specialists when having one of these procedures performed.
Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery
Women who are either experiencing sexual dysfunction, embarrassment, or pain because their labia (labia minora) are over-sized or asymmetrical. Also, women who dislike their large labia or shape of their labia, which may cause inelegance or awkwardness with a sexual partner.
From: $3,000 - $8,000
For women who’ve experienced multiple childbirths, vaginal muscles tend to experience enlargement due to stressful expansion during the delivery. The result can often be loose, weak, vaginal muscles. Many women find that while the experience of childbirth may be the most rewarding of their lives, sometimes the after effects for both their sexual partner and themselves is not as satisfying as it once was.
From: $4,500 - $9,000
Clitoral Unhooding, also referred to as Hoodectomy, is a minor feminine genital surgical procedure to remove excess Prepuce tissue—the surrounding “hood” that sheaths the clitoral node on three sides.
From: $2,000 - $4,000
Labiaplasty revisions are usually done in situations where a modest dissymmetry needs to be corrected, a “dog-ear” or prominent edge needs to be smoothed, a scar needs to be straightened, or a small “polyp” or irregularity needs to be removed. Labiaplasty re-operation or reconstruction, on the other hand, is the “redo” of an entirely unsatisfactory result.
From: $6,000 - $12,000
Women who, secondary to childbirth(s), genetics, and age, notice relaxation and “sensation of a wide vagina” with difficulty feeling much friction and achieving orgasm are candidates for perineoplasty. Very frequently, the appearance of the vaginal opening, which may gape and show part of the inner vagina, is a part of the issue. Many women have already tried pelvic floor strengthening exercises, but have been unsuccessful because of thinning, disattachment, or separation of the pelvic floor (“levator”) musculature.
From: $3,000 - $6,000
There are a number of physicians who are now performing enhancement or enlargement of the G-Spot region. The procedure is still rather expensive and is generally considered a temporary procedure. The procedure involves the surgical placement of Hyaluronic Acid formulations including Restylane®, Juvéderm® and others into this area via injection. These dermal fillers generally have limited life span in that they are usually re-absorbed by tissue naturally after a period of time, usually needing to be repeated within three to six months, and rarely lasting beyond a year.