Sphincteroplasty is used for correct fecal incontinence which is the involuntary leakage of flatus or fecal material. Anal sphincter is made up of two parts; the internal anal sphincter and a layer of circular smooth muscle. The procedure includes performing an incision in-between the rectum and vagina to gain access to the anal sphincter. Once identified, the sphincter is dissected out to allow for subsequent overlapping repair to restore the muscle all the way around the rectum. The right specialists for such a treatment are a Gastroenterologist, Proctologist, and a General surgeon.