FTM Patient results:
With Female to Male (FTM) there again is a process of transition, yet uniquely different in stages and procedures. The concept of removing the softness and creating a hardening of features that result in a “Masculine” aesthetic.
The most transformative procedure is the removal of the mammary glands. This can be achieved with minimal scarring.
The differences of Gynecomastia or Breast Removal are significant. Depending on the size and shape of the breast another technique may be employed called Double Incision Technique:
Double Incision requires removing the excess skin in order to reduce the mammary glands and breast tissue fully. As you can see above the process is similar and in a few weeks to a few months the results are natural.
Other procedures to consider for further hardening and a masculine aesthetic are:
- Fat graft to brow and forehead
- Chin Implant
- Lipo of hips and lovehandles
- Lipo of arms
Transitioning From Male to Female is a process:
Each patient will need to consider the unique process and results true to their body. These are both examples of Breast Reconstruction.
One procedure to consider is called a Tracheal Shave or reduction of the adam’s apple. There are both assets and risks involved. It is important to understand both results and risks.
Although beautiful and natural results are possible. Knowing the procedure process helps patients understand what to expect as a long term outcome.
Softening for a beautiful feminine aesthetic is important. Consider a few of the following options that can have dramatic transformative results:
- Fat Graft to lips and forehead
- Fat grafting to hips and buttocks
- Shaving Down Brow Ridge with Rhinoplasty