Facial Feminisation Surgery


Facial cosmetic surgery for trans gender

Facial feminization surgery (FFS), is the expression given to a collection of surgical techniques that are intended to modify a manly face to form a womanly face. While sometimes preferred by women to reduce masculine facial features, these techniques are often pursued by those undertaking transition from male to female.

Transgendered persons and male to female (MTF) transsexuals may want FFS to alter the face and make passing in public as a woman possible.

FFS is significant because the face generally provides the first visual hints and influence people have concerning the sex of an individual. While further body parts can be concealed or embellished to appear more ladylike, in general, it's challenging to produce feminine face characteristics without facial feminization surgery.

FFS comprises of bony and soft tissue operation of the face, neck, and thyroid cartilage. Certain surgeons take account of facial hair removal and hair transplants as a measure of FFS. FFS comprises maxillofacial surgery, facial plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery. However, the proficiencies needed for FFS are superiorly recognized than those for male to female genital sex reassignment surgery, a remarkably few highly skilled and experienced plastic surgeons for facial feminization surgery are present.