Gender reassignment surgery, more commonly known as Sex change surgery is not something you make a spur of the moment decision about. And if elected, there is quite a bit of prep and long term planning that comes before anyone goes under the knife. Main Line Plastic Surgery is prepared to schedule an appointment for clients to discuss all the ramifications of the procedure and make sure they are aware of the intricacies involved in this endeavor.
It is important to establish the facts leading up to the decision which must be researched and proven to be based in some factual medical findings. While not irreversible it does radically alter a person’s physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are modified to reliably resemble that of the opposite sex. Main Line Cosmetic Surgery usually provides these services only as part of a treatment for gender identity disorder, a/k/s gender dysphoria in transsexual and transgender people.
When genital surgery is provided at Bryn Mawr Cosmetic Surgery, it usually also includes other ancillary but medically necessary procedures such as orchiectomy or vaginectomy. These medically-assisted gender appearance transitions may entail a variety of non-genital surgical procedures. All of which are considered to be an integral part of “sex reassignment surgery” particularly when performed as part of a treatment for transsexualism for either men or women.