Vaginoplasty is a unique surgical technique created to tighten the internal vaginal muscles. The ideal patient for a Vaginoplasty, also referred to as vaginal tightening, will be a woman who feels her vaginal canal is too loose, often as a result of stretching during childbirth or the aging process.
The Vaginoplasty procedure is performed by Dr. Vitenas at the Houston Surgery Center, in one of his private operating suites. The Houston Surgery Center is located adjacent to Vitenas Cosmetic Surgery and is only steps away from Dr. Vitenas’ office.
The outpatient surgery will take from one to two hours, depending on the patient’s needs. General anesthesia or a local anesthetic with IV sedation may be used. The Vaginoplasty begins with a small incision, located on the posterior (rear) floor of the vagina. Once the incision is made, a portion of the posterior vaginal wall is excised and the muscles are tightened.
Patients can expect their recovery after Vaginoplasty to last from seven to fourteen days. Initially, there will be some soreness after the surgery, and light bleeding may occur during the first post-op day. Bruising and mild swelling may also be present, although these side effects usually fade within one to two days.
Though many women are comfortable returning to work within three to five days following their Vaginoplasty, vigorous exercise and strenuous activity should be put off for four to six weeks. Sexual intercourse should also be postponed during this time.
Associated Vaginoplasty techniques can include:
- Labia Surgery
- Labia Minora Reduction
- Clitoral Hood Reduction
- Labia Majora Reduction
- Labia Revision
- Vaginal Rejuvenation
- Vaginal Tightening
- Labia Majora Convergence
- Labia Majora Augmentation
- Mons Pubis Reduction
- Lateral Redundant Prepuce
- Mons Pubis Reduction
- Gaping Introitus
- G-spot injections
Q – What is a vaginoplasty?
Vaginoplasty, sometimes referred to as vaginal tightening, is an outpatient procedure, designed to tighten the internal vaginal muscles. These muscles often become stretched during childbirth.
Q – Will I make a good candidate for the vaginoplasty procedure?
The ideal candidate for a Vaginoplasty will be a woman in good health, and who feels that her vaginal canal is too loose.
Q – What will occur during my Vaginoplasty consultation?
At your confidential Vaginoplasty consultation, Dr. Vitenas will review items such as your medical history, any medications you are taking, and your aesthetic desires. He will explain your Vaginoplasty options, then answer any remaining questions. Finally, Dr. Vitenas will go over the recovery requirements and the potential complications of a Vaginoplasty procedure. If the procedure is right for your needs, he will draw up a surgical plan, as well as discuss the exact cost of the Vaginoplasty, and all of your payment choices.
Q – Where will Dr. Vitenas perform my vaginoplasty?
All Vaginoplasty procedures are performed by Dr. Vitenas in his operating suites at the Houston Surgery Center.
Q – How much does vaginoplasty cost in Houston, TX?
Depending on your individual needs, the vaginoplasty cost may vary. On average, the Vaginoplasty will cost between $6,000 and $7,000. This includes the surgical suite, anesthesia, and the Board Certified anesthesiologist’s fees, the doctor’s charges, as well as the cost of all follow-ups and an aftercare kit. During the consultation appointment with Dr. Vitenas, the total cost of your Vaginoplasty will be determined.
Q – The Vaginoplasty normally uses what type of anesthesia?
Depending on the individual procedure, general anesthesia may be used during a Vaginoplasty, or the combination of a local anesthetic and IV sedation.
Q – How will my vaginoplasty be performed?
For the Vaginoplasty procedure, an incision is made on the posterior (rear) floor of the vagina, after which a portion of the posterior vaginal wall is excised. Finally, the remaining vaginal muscles will be tightened, and dissolvable sutures will be placed.
Q – How long will it take for my Vaginoplasty to be performed?
Normally, a Vaginoplasty will take one to two hours to perform.
Q – Will my Vaginoplasty be painful?
Most patients do not complain of pain after their Vaginoplasty, however, a mild discomfort and soreness may be experienced after the procedure. Dr. Vitenas prescribes needed pain medications for a comfortable healing process.
Q – How long will my Vaginoplasty recovery take?
You should expect the recovery time, after your Vaginoplasty, to last from seven to fourteen days.
Q – What should I expect during my Vaginoplasty recovery?
The normal Vaginoplasty recovery can take one to two weeks. Some light bleeding may occur during the first day after surgery, and women often feel a bit sore. Bruising and mild swelling may occur, but usually fade within 24 to 48 hours.
Q – After my Vaginoplasty, when can I return to my job or class?
In 3 to 5 days, after a Vaginoplasty, most women are feeling well enough to go back to work or school.
*Client testimonials are based on personal experience. Individual results may vary.
Q – When can I exercise after my Vaginoplasty?
Exercise and strenuous lifting should be put off for four to six weeks after your Vaginoplasty surgery.
Q – What are the complications associated with the Vaginoplasty surgery?
The Vaginoplasty is considered a safe procedure, but still holds the chance for certain complications to occur. These include excessive bleeding, infection, and scarring. Patients who choose an experienced, Board Certified surgeon have a much smaller chance for complications.
Q – What are my payment options, for the Vaginoplasty surgery?
Patients may choose to pay for their Vaginoplasty with cash or any major credit card. Medical financing is also available through CareCredit. The exact cost of your Vaginoplasty will be determined during the consultation appointment, and at this time all of your payment choices will be explained.
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