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Is A Keyhole Mastectomy The Best Option For Me?

Posted by on 27 September 2017

If you are looking to transition, you may be researching surgical options to flatten your chest. There are many types of transgender surgeries available that deal with chest reconstruction. One of the them is the keyhole mastectomy. This involves a specific type of incision and can only be performed on certain chest types. What is a keyhole mastectomy? A keyhole mastectomy surgery is a chest reconstruction procedure in which a small incision is made along the border of the areola (the small patch of circular pigmented skin around the nipple). Then, the surgeon excises the breast tissue through the incision area. This surgical procedure is named as such because the incision resembles the keyhole of an old-fashioned door. One of the main benefits of this procedure is that it only minimally reduces nipple sensation, or in some cases doesn’t reduce it at all. The surgery creates only slight scarring (a…

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What Is A Double Incision Mastectomy?

Posted by on 5 July 2017

A double incision mastectomy is a surgical procedure designed to remove large or overhanging breasts. It is also used for people with loose skin in the area because it produces a tighter, flatter chest. A double incision mastectomy is ideal for those looking to masculinize their chest. How is the…

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4 Things You Should Know Before Your Mastectomy

Posted by on 22 February 2017

There are many procedures that help individuals make the FTM transition and create a masculine appearance that’s aligned with their identified gender. Mastectomy procedures allow transgender males to remove unwanted breast tissue. This can be a significant step in the transition process and provides a wide range of benefits. The…

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Concerned About Your Range Of Motion? Try These Motion Exercises After A Mastectomy

Posted by on 1 February 2017

A mastectomy procedure helps individuals achieve a more masculine physique while moving forward in the FTM transition process.

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