Crossdresser Breast Implants? (photo)

I'm a crossdresser with small breasts. I would like them larger to get a more feminine look. I've tought about it for many years and now is the time to get them. Is this possible?

Doctor Answers (6)

Breast implants for cross dresser

This is certainly possible for you. There are some hoops to jump through in terms of psychological assessment and hormone therapy. If you've been thinking about it for a long time, visit a plastic surgeon who specializes in gender reassignment to get the process started. Good luck.

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Breast Enhancement Surgery

Yes its very common for M to F to have bilateral breast augmentation, it is a safe and reliable procedure with high patient satisfaction

Ryan Neinstein, MD, FRCSC
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Crossdresser Breast Implants


The short answer to your question is “yes”.  However, there are many factors which I must consider when performing augmentation mammoplasty on a male to female patient i.e., has there been psychological counseling, hormone therapy and for how long etc. etc.  I hope this helps with your question. 

Jonathan Ross Berman, M.D. , F.A.C.S.

Jonathan Berman, MD
Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Trans gender surgery (male to female or female to male) is not uncommon.  There are a few board certified plastic surgeons who specialize in gender reassignment (genital surgery) and should be sought after for this type of delicate surgery.

However, breast implant surgery for a male or female is very similar and fairly straight forward.  Because men typically have a broader chest circumference and much smaller breasts, a large implant with a wide base diameter should be chosen.  The nipple/areola complex is also smaller than a female and the incision to place the implant is too long to be placed in this location, so an incision under the breast is necessary to place the implant.  The implants should be placed under the pectoralis muscle and either saline or silicone can be utilized.

I have done several implant procedures on these type of patients, and in a emotionally stable patient, the results are quite good and the patients are pleased with the results.  In fact, these individuals are usually highly motivated and typically do quite well post operatively.


Good Luck!

David Finkle, MD
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More feminine look for crossdresser.


From an anatomical standpoint, the male chest develops differently than a female chest, even with smaller breasted woman.  The position of the nipple is often lower in men, and to position the implant correctly behind the nipple requires lowering the inframmary fold.  As most men are larger in the chest than women, this often requires a much larger implant.  This coupled with lowering of the inframammary fold can lead to bottoming out of the larger implants.  I would contact a board-certified plastic surgeon who has had experience with these type of patients to achieve the results you desire.

Robert Kratschmer, MD
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Thank you for the question.
I have had the opportunity to work with several men interested in breast implants ( to feminize the chest wall).  This is a different situation from trans gender patients in transition and from men who are looking to augment their chest walls ( pectoralis implants).
Nevertheless, this subset of patients is somewhat uncommon;  it is very important to  understand patient motivation clearly and to educate  these patients about the long-term effects (as well as potential risks and complications associated  with) having breast implants.
Best wishes.

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