In other posts, we’ve talked a bit about the changes that occur, laser vaginal rejuvenation treatments, and how the treatments work. As women, most of us do the financial planning in our homes and for the single ladies, you do it all by yourself. So, comes the question, how much does laser vaginal rejuvenation cost? What about the other treatments available?
First, I’d like to remind us that time is money so any medical procedure with no down time saves us money. With that in mind I’d like to say ALL our procedures have NO DOWNTIME – daily activities continue as usual after your visit to the clinic.
Let’s first talk about the estimated cost of commonly prescribed and used treatments for vaginal dryness, irritation, burning and pain with sexual intercourse:
- Vaginal moisturizers and lubricants – about $16-30 for about 10 weeks. Pretty good price I think, however this treatment does not reverse the atrophic changes occurring – so this is just a bandage, the atrophic process is still going on, does not treat the associated urinary symptoms and not every woman likes the after-use discharge produced by some of the suppositories.
- Vaginal estrogen therapy – about $70-190 for 4 weeks depending on type and pharmacy. These do add up fast. This is still the gold standard for treatment of atrophy because laser treatments are new in the medical market but are very promising.
- DHEA vaginal suppository – not available in Canada yet.
- Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SERM) tablet – mimics estrogen but actually not an estrogen – about $192-203 for 4 weeks. Do the calculation for a year, yup it sure adds up.
- Next is the urinary incontinence, there is so much we cannot quantify in terms of money with this disorder, is it restricted activities, inability to do fun things with family, water spent to keep clean, lack of self-confidence, and of course the monetary cost such as incontinence products and medications.
- Let’s not even go to the topic of surgical procedures at all. The cost, the risks and the down time associated.
As a physician, for sure the only management for some women will be surgery both for incontinence and vulvoplasty, however if it ain’t that broken, let’s fix it with a less costly, less risky procedure.
All our treatments listed on our website are uninsured with provincial health care.
Our procedure price list is below:
- MonaLisa Touch® – 3 sessions – $2400 (or $900 per session)
- Ultra Femme 360™ – 3 sessions – $2600 (or $950 per session)
- Emsella™ Chair – 6 sessions – $1600 (or $300 per session)
- MLT + Emsella™ – $3800
- Ultra Femme + Emsella – $4000
- BTL Exilis ultra™ – for eyes, face, neck, decollete and hands = prices vary.
Financing is available.
Listed prices may vary so please contact the clinic.
Contact us with any questions you might have! We are here to help.