M2F Breast Augmentation Finding a Experienced Surgeon?

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M2F Breast Augmentation Finding an Experienced Surgeon?

             Find a plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of breast augmentations each year.  Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.


Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA

M2F Breast Augmentation Finding a Experienced Surgeon?

For a M to F patient who has been taking estrogens for at least a year, the procedure is really no different than for a genetically F patient. Finding a surgeon who does at least 100 of these a year will assure you of suitable experience. If you prefer to find a surgeon who deals with TG patient as a large portion of the practice, check with a local TG clinic for a referral

All the best. 

Gender reassignment surgeon

There are very few surgeons that specialize in gender reassignment, and those that specialize are usually involved in the "lower" parts.  (No, I do not specialize in M2F, but have done a few).  The techniques of breast augmentation do not vary too much for M2F from "regular" breast augmentation.  You should call a few offices and find out who will do the surgery and then see who you are comfortable with. 

Gordon Lewis, MD
Richmond Plastic Surgeon
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Breast Enhancement Surgery

All board certified surgeons would be able to meet your demands and expectations, seek some in your area and get a few opinions

M2F Breast Augmentation Finding a Experienced Surgeon?

Breast augmentation techniches are the same. You have to find a plastic surgeon you feel confident with. Make sure your surgeon is board certified and have experiece.

Yvelise Bello Paredes, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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