Trans Surgery & More

When looking for a surgeon, choose someone that you trust and can connect with.  Be careful with your choice, learn as much as you can about them, and be sure to contact your peer group for referrals.  This list is provided for information only to give you a starting point, primarily in the US.  There may be many more that are not on this list and I encourage you to do your research and not make any rush decisions.  Be open minded to going out of the country such as Mexico, Canada and Thailand.  Above all, these are life changing surgeries, so choose carefully and wisely.  And if I may, please approach our surgeons with gratitude, they often stick their necks way out to help us.

Finally and above all, remember that surgery is only an option, and you need not have any at all!  There can be serious downsides to surgery so please research surgeries and surgeons carefully.  And ask your surgeon the tough questions, like how many have you done, what has your track record been, any difficulties arise, what will my sensation and appearance be and so on.  It’s okay to be direct with your surgeon.  Don’t assume anything about your results.  Ask!

NOTE:  If you know of any additions to add, please let me know!

NOTE: Minimum counseling requirements for referrals are set by surgeons, WPATH, and insurance companies.  For American Institute for Plastic Surgery in Plano, for top/bottom surgery, the new requirement is to have 6 months of counseling (1x/month) and to live in desired gender role for as long.   Some insurance companies are now requiring 18-24 months.  Every case is unique.  My belief is that you should only have surgery when you are ready, in good mental health and able to consent.  I ask for a minimum of two sessions so I can get to know you, and more if you aren’t quite ready or have mental health to work through.  I suggest you contact your surgeon and insurance companies for their policies for “gender dysphoria”.

Below are mostly FTM and MTF procedures.  Some doctors also offer nonbinary procedures as well, though they are not specifically listed at the moment.  It’s hard to keep up!  🙂

A few types of MTF surgeries include:

  • Buttocks Implants, Body Contouring, Pelvic Plasty & Breast Augmentation
  • Facial Feminization
  • Genital Reconstruction & Orchiectomy
  • Voice Surgery
  • Hair Transplants
  • Shoulder narrowing & leg shortening

A few types of FTM surgeries include:

  • Body Masculinization
  • Facial Masculinization
  • Chest Reconstruction
  • Genital Reconstruction & Hysterectomy/Oophorectomy
  • Voice Surgery
  • Facial Hair Transplants
  • Shoulder widening and leg lengthening

MTF Facial Feminization Surgeons

MTF Gender Reassignment Surgeons

FTM Facial Masculinization

FTM Chest Reconstruction

FTM Genital Reconstruction

Voice Surgeons

Pelvic Plasty – Hip Widening

Shoulder Widening or Narrowing

Limb Lengthening or Shortening

Hysterectomy, Fibroids & OB/Gyn (also see FTM genital reconstruction surgeons)

Pelvic Floor & Physical Therapy Concerns

  • Athletico (request Tonda Berry, PT), 469-620-5070 (Dallas, TX)

Hair Transplant – Male and Female

Insurance Carriers to Choose

Transgender Surgery Scholarships To Consider

Hair Removal

Surgeon Listings

No Longer Active or Not Taking Clients

  • Michael Bermant, retired
  • Stanley Biber, rest in peace
  • Daniel Greenwald, rest in peace
  • Ted Huang, rest in peace
  • Donald Laub, retired
  • Yvon Menard, retired (and thank you, he was my GRS surgeon)
  • Frank Oliver
  • Douglas Ousterhout, retired
  • Harold Reed, retired
  • Eugene Schrang, rest in peace
  • Stanley Taub, retired