How Much Does Labiaplasty Cost?


Unless there is physical reason as to why you want the labiaplasty, then the NHS will not fund the procedure so you will have to have it done privately. This can cost between £1000-£3000 depending on a number of factors.

Firstly it depends on the extent of your surgery. If there is a lot of work to be done then it will cost more than a surgery where there only needs to be minor alterations. It also depends on who your surgeon is, the higher their status and the more in demand they are usually boosts up the price you will pay.

The type of procedure that is performed can also affect the price. If you are having a laser technique instead of a scalpel then the likelihood is that this procedure will cost more. Also, if you are surgeon requires you to stay in overnight after the procedure then you will have to pay more. However, most labiaplasty's are now an outpatient procedure so you won't usually have this extra cost.

It also depends where you have the procedure because, if there is a clinic near to your home, your price won't be affected but if you have to travel then you will need to take into account travel expenses such as travel and accommodation for the duration of your visit. You have to have a consultation with your surgeon beforehand, so this might mean multiple trips to the clinic.

Labiaplasty's cost approximately £1000 less if you have the procedure abroad so to travel abroad seems like the cheaper option at first glance. However, you have to take into account the travel costs, accommodation costs and hidden costs such as after care medication.

It is important to thoroughly research the best possible options for you and decide where and when is the best time for your surgery. Remember, the recovery time after the procedure is usually ten days so you will have to be off work for this period of time in order to fully heal. Most women feel they can return to work at around ten days if not before.

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