Dr. McLean is a plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience who offers FTM top surgery in Mississauga, Ontario. Dr. McLean's commitment to providing the highest quality of patient care combined with his outstanding surgical skills makes it obvious why he has become a "Top" choice for top surgery. With his passion for excellence, Dr. McLean has helped thousands of patients realize how easy it is to attain their goals. Dr. McLean and his highly qualified staff are looking forward to answering any questions you might have during a free consultation either in office or by phone.
The double incision mastectomy is designed for persons with larger or overhanging breasts. During the surgery there are two horizontal incisions, one below the breast and the other higher than the nipple. These are joined to create one scar on each side of the chest...Read More
I am a plastic surgeon specializing in aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery, with a private practice in Mississauga, Ontario. Because cosmetic surgery improves a person’s physical appearance and self-esteem, my philosophy defines plastic surgery as a creative science requiring an understanding of people’s concerns in order to deal with their physical imperfections.
My patients refer to me as a “Top Surgeon” for “Top Surgery” because of my special interest in FTM (female to male) and MTF (male to female) surgical transformation. I understand how this amazing surgical process not only affects the surface: results are felt psychologically and have lasting impact on a person’s lifestyle and well-being.
I have performed hundreds of “top surgeries” in our private facility and look forward to helping you too achieve your dreams.
If someone you love is having transgender surgery or coming out as trans, you may not be sure how you can be supportive. There are four important ways you can show your transgender family member that you love them: Listen, Ask, Learn and Help. Listen When a family member comes…Read More
We sometimes take pronouns for granted in our everyday speech. We see someone who appears male and we assume he is a “him.” When we see someone who appears female, we think of her as a “she.” Without information about the person, we make assumptions about their gender pronouns. If…Read More