Perineoplasty Simply put, perineoplasty is a surgical procedure to repair or rejuvenate the perineal area. The perineal area perineum is the area between the vaginal opening and the anus. Perineoplasty can also be combined with labiaplasty or vaginoplasty. Perineoplasty tightens the opening of the vagina and improves the appearance and vaginoplasty tightens the canal of the vagina.
Why would someone need a perineoplasty
There are many reason why patient request Perineoplasty at GeorgiaPlastic. The most common reasons are usually after childbirth. During childbirth, the perineal muscles or muscles of the pelvic floor are stretched and sometimes damaged. The damage can affect bowel and sexual function or even the appearance of the area. Some of the symptoms include partners falling out during intercourse, reduced sensation for one or both partner or gas like noises due to air moving in and out of the vaginal canal. Other reasons includes episiotomy, aging process, genetics, and trauma.
How is the procedure performed
The procedure can be performed at Georgia Plastic using either local or general anesthesia. Our accredited surgical center offers private entry and exit to ensure your privacy. During the procedure, the perineal tissues are bought back together. The procedure can also be combined with other procedures such as labiaplasty or vaginoplasty.
What is the cost of Perineoplasty
The cost of perineoplasty varies greatly and depends on if its combined with other procedures such as labiaplasty and vaginoplasty. The average cost of perineoplasty is about $2500 plus the facility or center cost.
Most health insurance plans will not cover cosmetic this surgery, related complications, or another surgery to revise the appearance of your body. Please review your health insurance policy. We offer cosmetassure.
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