Vaginoplasty (Vaginal Rejuvenation) in Toronto

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Pricing
Starts from $5,999
Procedure Time
1-2 hours
Recovery Time
4-6 weeks

How Much Does a Vaginoplasty Cost?

Vaginoplasty prices vary depending upon the extent of involvement but start from $5,999.

How Long Does it Take to Recover From a Vaginoplasty?

The vaginoplasty recovery time depends on the patient’s general health prior to the surgery, the extent of the procedure and how strict the patient follows the surgeon’s pre and post-operative instructions. In general, women can expect a full vaginoplasty recovery after 4-6 weeks.

How Long Does a Vaginoplasty Take?

The vaginoplasty procedure will last between 1 and 2 hours. Patients will then spend another 2 hours in our recovery area under the supervision of a nurse.

What is a Vaginoplasty

A vaginoplasty is a procedure that is used to restore the vagina and surrounding muscles to a more youthful or pre-childbirth condition. At SpaMedica, we offer both nonsurgical laser vaginal tightening and vaginoplasty surgery treatments and the selection of which technique is best will depend upon the severity of the laxity and functional problems.

The vaginoplasty procedure helps tighten muscles and repair tissue that has been damaged during childbirth or other types of injury. By repairing tissue, tightening the muscle and shrinking the diameter of the vagina, a higher level of sexual gratification is achieved for both you and your partner. 

Vaginoplasty is mainly used to restore the pre-childbirth vaginal condition but SpaMedica’s  procedures can also be tailored to improve the aesthetic appearance and enhance the form and functioning.

Who is a Vaginoplasty Candidate?

Vaginoplasty is an ideal procedure for those with vaginal laxity and lack of fulfillment during intimacy. Furthermore, some patients have discomfort from scarring from previous vaginal surgeries, and a desire for a refined labia and vulva contour. The patient will want to improve appearance, tighten, and restore self-esteem and confidence. 

The best vaginoplasty candidates are women in good physical and mental health.

Benefits of a Vaginoplasty

The benefits of SpaMedica Toronto’s laser vaginoplasty, vaginal tightening & rejuvenation programs include the following:

Tighten Muscles
The procedure will reverse laxity of the vaginal muscles and restore tightness.

Self Confidence
A rejuvenated vagina can boost self-confidence by improving appearance and tightness. 

Boost Intimacy
Boost the sexual pleasure for both you and your partner.

Reverse Signs of Childbirth
Vaginoplasty restores the post-pregnancy birth canal that has lost original tone and elasticity.

Vaginoplasty Risks

Like all procedures, a vaginoplasty comes with potential complications. Dr. Sasha is one of Canada’s foremost cosmetic and oncologic cancer gynaecologists and the SpaMedica women’s health team have been performing vaginal rejuvenation treatments for many years and the risk of complications is extremely low. Although SpaMedica has not seen many of the side effects listed below, these vaginoplasty risks have been reported: 

Urinary Frequency
Urinary frequency or urination difficulty may be experienced for the first couple of days following surgery. 

Inflammation
Any inflammation experienced can last for up to 1 week. 

Infection
The chance of infection is slim and can be avoided by using a recognized surgeon and following post-surgery instructions.

Unsatisfactory Results
The highest quality results can be achieved by using an experienced surgeon.

Why Choose SpaMedica for Vaginoplasty?

The renowned Dr. Sasha Svystonyuk (Dr. Sasha), one of Canada’s leading minimally-invasive gynaecologists, leads SpaMedica’s Female Health and Vaginal Wellness and Rejuvenation program. Dr. Svystonyuk specializes in laparoscopic gynecologic procedures and minimally-invasive, non-excisional treatments of the vulvovaginal region.

At SpaMedica, patients receive comprehensive female wellness, vulvovaginal health, laser vaginal tightening and laser rejuvenation programs.

Different Types of Vaginoplasty

During your consultation and assessment by SpaMedica gynaecology director, Dr. Sasha Syvstonyuk, you will be examined and the different vaginoplasty procedures that align with your goal will be explained to you. Some of the different types of vaginoplasty include:

Laser-Assisted Perineoplasty

The vaginal and perineal floor are comprised of a network of skin and muscles that can be traumatized through childbirth. Perineoplasty involves tightening the muscles on the floor of the pelvis. Non-surgical laser tightening and rejuvenation is performed on vaginas with moderate laxity with high tech laser and energy devices.

In more advanced cases of vaginal laxity and volume loss, particularly following an episiotomy or a surgically-assisted vaginal birth, minimally invasive lasers or radiofrequency resurfacing may not bring about an improvement, and vaginoplasty surgery can be performed.

Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is the most common vaginal rejuvenation procedure. This procedure involves reducing the length of the labia minora that may be causing the patient some discomfort and pain. As well as reducing the length, a labiaplasty can also reduce asymmetry.

Non-Surgical Vaginoplasty Alternatives

Completely non-invasive vaginal tightening can be achieved for mild to moderate vaginal laxity using one of SpaMedica’s many vaginal laser and radiofrequency devices, such as the Mona Lisa Touch, the Votviva Forma V, the ThermiVA, the Femme 360 and the Core Intima. SpaMedica has Canada’s largest selection of vaginal rejuvenation technology and the best technology will be selected and customized for your concerns and goals.

There is no recovery time from a non-surgical vaginoplasty.

How is a Vaginoplasty Performed by Dr. Svystonyuk?

All laser vaginoplasty and laser vaginal tightening procedures are performed under topical or local anesthesia and optimize your return to form and enhancement. Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, or IV sedation are also options to ensure your complete comfort. 

By using a laser to make incisions, there is reduced injury to surrounding tissue, enhanced precision, and minimal post-op pain. During the procedure, the tissue is tightened and sutured together to create a stronger pelvic floor and tighter vaginal diameter.

How to Prepare for a Vaginoplasty

Prior to your procedure, your expectations, medications and medical history will be reviewed. Your surgeon will provide you with a post-operative care routine to ensure you a speedy recovery. 

It is advised that patients stop smoking 1 month prior to surgery, avoid drinking alcohol for 2 weeks prior and stop taking aspirin 1 week prior. Ensure a friend or family member drives you to and from our centre and stock your fridge with easy to prepare meals for your recovery days following surgery.

What to Expect After a Vaginoplasty

Immediately after a surgical vaginoplasty, patients will experience temporary soreness, swelling and some bruising. Patients can expect to return home – where they will spend a couple of days resting  – after a few hours in our clinic’s recovery area. 

Ice packs and prescription pain medication are effective comforts but overall, recovery is mild and most return to work within 3-5 days. Patients can expect a full recovery after 6 weeks and all stitches are absorbable so a return session to remove stitching isn’t necessary.

Vaginoplasty Recovery & Timeline

Immediately after surgery: Patients will experience mild pain that is managed with pain medication prescribed by your surgeon. It is advised to rest as much as possible in the first couple of days.

Day 3: Most patients return to work if it does not involve physically strenuous activity. 

Week 1: Swelling and pain around the surgical area will have lessened and many women begin light physical activity.

Month 1: Stitches used to close incisions will have by now dissolved and patients can resume more intense exercise at the doctor’s discretion.

Month 2-3: Most patients are by now 100% healed and can continue all regular activities.

Best Procedures Paired with Vaginoplasty

Labiaplasty and mons pubis contouring can be performed at the same time.

Vaginoplasty FAQ

How Painful is it to Get a Vaginoplasty?

The IV sedation, laughing gas or general anesthesia and local anesthesia administered means patients feel no pain during the procedure. The post-operative discomfort and swelling will be controlled with medication and will usually disappear completely after 2-6 weeks.

Does a Vaginoplasty Leave Scars?

Stitches used to close incision points naturally dissolve after a couple of weeks and scarring is not visible since the incisions are made on the inside.

How Long Do I Have to Wait to Have Sex After a Vaginoplasty?

Following a vaginoplasty, patients should wait at least 6 weeks before having sex again.

How Soon Can I Give Birth After a Vaginoplasty?

Vaginoplasty is often performed on women who have finished having children. The procedure is used to correct damage and loose skin caused by childbirth. However, as a rough guide, patients should wait at least 3 months after surgery, before considering getting pregnant again.

What Is It Like Having Sex Post Vaginoplasty?

Improving sexual function and enjoyment are often the most important goals of vaginoplasty.  Following surgery, women usually report tighter muscle tone that increases sexual experiences for both them and their partner. Most patients are very satisfied with the procedure.



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Stephen Mulholland, M.D
Physician and internationally recognized cosmetic plastic surgeon and lecturer.
66 Avenue Road, Suite 4 Toronto, Ontario M5R 3N8