Vaginoplasty CostClinic 360
The cost of vaginoplasty can vary depending on a number of factors, including the extent of the procedure being performed, the number of simultaneous procedures desired (e.g. labiaplasty), and the type of anaesthesia used. A typical vaginoplasty at Clinic 360 starts at $5,700 plus HST. We understand that affordability is essential, and to make the process even more accessible, we provide financing options. Take the first step towards feeling more confident and comfortable with a vaginoplasty procedure at Clinic 360.
What Can Affect the Cost of Vaginoplasty?
In addition to an optimal workspace, operating rooms are furnished with the latest in specialized tools and equipment to ensure that patients receive state-of-the-art treatment, such as Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation, which uses specialized laser technology to greatly reduce the risks of bleeding and scarring.
Clinic 360 provides extensive follow-up care to ensure a smooth and full recovery, all of which is included in the initial vaginoplasty fee.
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Vaginoplasty Cost FAQ
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What factors can influence the cost of vaginoplasty?
Is vaginoplasty covered by insurance?
Can I save money by undergoing simultaneous procedures?
Why does the cost of vaginoplasty vary so greatly?
How does anaesthesia affect the cost of vaginoplasty?
What is the cost if I need a revision or correction of a previous vaginoplasty procedure?
Why pay more when I can get the same procedure for cheaper elsewhere?
Some women travel abroad in search of cheaper alternatives to many cosmetic surgery procedures, including vaginoplasty. It is important to be aware that many countries do not abide by the same strict guidelines or rigorous standards when it comes to the cleanliness and safety of their facilities, and some clinics may be using outdated or contaminated equipment.
A number of women come to the clinic having undergone cheaper procedures performed by inexperienced surgeons and require corrective surgery. Sadly, some of these “botched” procedures cause irreparable damage. It is important when deciding on a surgeon to make informed decisions based on proven quality results rather than making cost the deciding factor.