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What to ask your FTM Surgeon During Your Consultation

Posted by on 22 January 2015
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Being a candidate for FTM cosmetic surgery can be stressful and nerve-wracking, especially for patients who are not familiar with the procedure or are unaware of what to expect. Do not be afraid to ask the important questions! At FTM Surgery, we know you have plenty of questions, and we want you to be completely comfortable with your upcoming appointment. Our job is to address all of your concerns and provide you with detailed, up-to-date information regarding what you can expect before, during, and after the operation. We firmly believe that the more patients know, the more comfortable they feel when the big day arrives, which is why we encourage you to voice any apprehensions and pertinent questions at the initial consultation. While it may seem normal to feel out of place when bringing up certain topics, patients shouldn’t hesitate to get personal with your surgeon. Regardless of how in-depth…

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Can I Still Get Breast Cancer After Getting My Breasts Removed?

Posted by on 15 January 2015

FTM chest surgery may be the most important procedure a trans man undertakes during their transition process. Because this type of surgery eliminates the presence of the traditionally female associated breasts, you can now be comfortable in your own skin. The surgery itself removes most of your breast tissue. However,…

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How to know if you’re a FTM Candidate

Posted by on 8 January 2015

FTM top surgery is a life-changing event. You may have struggled with the decision to have chest reconstruction surgery for years and have finally decided it’s time to have the procedure. FTM top surgery may be the final piece in your transition puzzle, and we are happy to help you…

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What’s the Difference between Chest Reconstruction and Breast Reduction?

Posted by on 1 January 2015

The idea of gender can generate much discussion. For some people, it is hard for them to identify with the gender that society sees them as. For some who are born women, they are not comfortable in their bodies and wish to achieve chest masculinization or neutralization. In laymen’s terms,…

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