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Insurance And Labiaplasty
Not covered: Labioplasty procedure is a reduction of the length of the labia. Although, the labioplasty procedure can reduce discomfort associated with a long labia (with tight clothes), the procedure is not medically necessary. To my knowledge it is not covered by any type of insurance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does insurance ever cover labiaplasty? I'm really interested in a labiaplasty, but i can't afford it. Are there any circumstances where the procedure is covered by insurance?
My labia hangs low and it gets extremely swollen and painful after sex it swells so bad that it feels almost hard would my insurance cover Labiaplasty?
Daughters labia causes discomfort and irritation because it is so large. Is labiaplasty safe for 15 yr old? Can the cost be covered by insurance?
Weigh the risks: With any surgery there are risks and benefits of performing the surgery. With reconstructing the vaginal area your daughter could have infection, scarring, loss of sensation, etc. Visit with a Gynecologist and Plastic Surgeon to determine if surgery is the way to go. Many procedures performed by Plastic Surgery are not covered, check with your insurance first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In Miami, popular: In miami this is a very popular procedure. I'm not sure about the rest of the country but in south florida we do see quite a few women who want cosmetic surgery on the labia. *** dr. Arthur *** *** marquis plastic surgery *** *** www.Arthurmd.Com ***. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What kind of anesthesia will I have for a labiaplasty? I don't think i want to be a awake for a labiaplasty. Will i be able to have general anesthesia?
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