||Double Incision with Nipple Grafts
||Inverted T-Top Surgery
||Peri-Areolar Top Surgery
||Semi-circular or circular incisions are made around the areola and nipples. Breast tissue is then removed and nipples are resized, if desired. Chest skin is then tightened and sutured closed around the nipples.
||Incisions are made along the top and bottom of the chest muscles and the areola and nipples are removed. Breast tissue is removed and areolas and nipples are grafted from native areola tissue.
||Incisions are made at top and bottom of chest muscles. Breast tissue is removed. Vertical incisions are made near areola to reduce size of areolas and nipples without severing nerves.
||Incisions are made to remove a ring of skin bordering the areola. Breast tissue is removed through liposuction and the skin surrounding the areola is connected.
||Creates a realistic male contour Preserves areola and nipple sensitivity Minimal scarring
||Realistic contour and areola/nipple size Effective on men with low skin elasticity and larger chests.
||Realistic male contour and proportioned areolas/nipples Preservation of nipple sensitivity
||Realistic contour and areola/nipple proportions Preserves areola and nipple sensitivity Minimally scarring
||Cannot be performed on men with a large amount of chest tissue Additional revisions may be required to achieve desired results
||Larger incisions may result in more noticeable scarring Areola and nipple sensation will not return
||Larger incisions may result in more noticeable scarring Extra incisions required
||Not ideal for men with larger chest size Additional revision may be required
||Transgendered men with smaller chests and good skin elasticity. Preservation of nipple sensitivity is a top priority.
||Men with medium to large chests who are not concerned about losing nipple sensitivity.
||Trans men with medium to large chests who wish to preserve nipple sensitivity.
||Men with B-sized or smaller chests and good skin elasticity. Preservation of nipple sensitivity is important.
According to Dr. Delgado’s years of FTM experience, many patients do not need double incision procedures. These procedures are more invasive and have large scars. Most patients can achieve beautiful results with a less invasive approach. The benefit of this conservative approach to FTM top surgery in Sonoma County is faster recovery and smaller scars for our patients. It is our goal to provide you with the best results with the least amount of stress, recovery and scarring.