This page provides educational animated videos to help explain the different gender affirming surgery procedures. Discover how keyhole top surgery, double incision top surgery, periareolar top surgery, buttonhole top surgery, fishmouth top surgery, and nipple reduction are performed. We also provide information on the specific benefits each procedure has to help you decide on the best chest reconstruction top surgery that matches your goals. Lastly, Dr. Mosser explains what dog ears are and provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about them.
These videos help explain gender-affirming procedures. To learn more about what surgery options are available for your individual body type, you can read about Dr. Mosser method for choosing which incision type is best for you.
This brief video shows you step-by-step how the periareolar procedure is performed, and why there can be limitations with how much skin can be removed.
The most commonly performed procedure for chest reconstruction top surgery is double incision procedure. This video explains how this type of surgery is performed.
This brief video shows you step-by-step how the keyhole procedure is performed, and why it results in minimal scarring.
The buttonhole and inverted-T chest reconstruction top surgery procedures can be a bit more complex to understand. This video spells out these procedures and displays the complexities of this “inferior pedicle” procedure category.
The fishmouth chest reconstruction top surgery procedure provides a more unconventional scar location.
In this video we’ll focus on the nipple reduction procedure, which can be performed as part of a chest reconstruction top surgery, or as a revision in the future.
In this video Dr. Mosser gives comprehensive answers about dog ears, including what they are and solutions for them.
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