labiaplasty cost

Labiaplasty cost

Labiaplasty can make a big difference if you are suffering from discomfort.


The surgery is performed in a private hospital under a general anaesthetic.


Dr Beldholm uses Hunter Valley Private Hospital and Maitland Private Hospital.


The operation usually takes around 1.5 hours and is a day stay surgery, so ,after recovery and observation you can return home.

Dr Beldholm’s surgical fee

Dr Beldholm’s surgical fee is:    $4,990.00

Labiaplasty cost include:

  • Surgical fee for Dr Beldholm
  • All Post operative appointments
    • Day 1 and 10 -approximately
    • 1,3,6 and 12 months
  • LED light treatments (6) within the first two weeks following your procedure.

In addition to the surgical fee there are the following charges

  • Hospital- $1,200.00 to $1,600.00 per hour
  • Day stay-$600.00
  • Anaesthetist -$660.00 per hour

Please note: These are approximations, the hospital and Anaesthetist are responsible for their own billing.

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