Non-Binary Top Surgery in Atlanta, GA
- Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery
- Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery Options
- Candidates for Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery
- Non-Binary Top Surgery Reviews
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Financing Gender-Non-Conforming & Non-Binary Top Surgery
- Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery Recovery
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Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery
Non-binary top surgery involves a variety of procedures that alter gender characteristics in the chest area. This allows patients to look less like the gender they were assigned at birth and more like who they actually are, whether or not they conform to a specific gender. Unlike Male To Female (MTF) and Female To Male (FTM) transgender top surgeries (TTS), non-binary surgeries do not alter general characteristics to be purely female or male.
Dr. Singh and Dr. Abboushi perform non-binary top surgery for gender-fluid and gender-non-conforming patients from around the U.S. They work with their patients to help better align their physical traits with how they feel, which can help them feel more at ease in their own bodies, easing or eliminating gender dysphoria.
Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery Options
Gender-non-confirming and non-binary surgical procedures generally take between two and four hours and vary depending on the type of surgery required.
These procedures are customized for those individuals who do not identify as "traditionally" male or female. This may mean undergoing top surgery to reduce but not completely remove a patient's breasts, or to contour their chest in a way that is less masculine but also not typically female, i.e. the addition of breast implants.
Like all surgeries performed at Panacea, they are tailored to each patient's distinct needs and goals, allowing them to feel more comfortable in their own skin.
Candidates for Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery
Candidates for non-binary top surgery are those who have already considered the full implications and effects of beginning a physical transition to another gender. Candidates must also have realistic expectations of surgery.
Non-Binary Top Surgery Reviews
I am a nonbinary trans person who went here to get FtM/N top surgery, and I could not be happier with my experience from start to finish. The office was diligent in working with my insurance and kept me updated 24/7, even while my insurance refused to cooperate and threw curveballs. In the end I ended up going with self-pay, but the staff were incredibly patient and walked me through every step of choosing a payment plan. My surgery and subsequent recovery went wonderfully... Dr. Abboushi did an amazing job and I am overjoyed with how my chest looks. I have gained a confidence and comfort in my body that I never knew I could have. I am 6 weeks post-op now and I no longer dread looking in the mirror. Thank you Dr. Abboushi and staff!!!!
10/10 would definitely recommend ! They did my top surgery 🏳️⚧️
Amber is amazing and gentle taking out drains and sutures and so is Dr. Abboushi!!! I’m so happy with my results!!
Love love love Dr. Singh and my results! She is very personable and will give you realistic results.
Dr Singh is amazing 👏 definitely pleased with my results.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I prepare for non-binary top surgery at Panacea Plastic Surgery?
To prepare for non-binary top surgery at Panacea Plastic Surgery, it's essential to follow pre-operative guidelines provided by your surgeon, which may include dietary adjustments, medication management, and cessation of smoking. Ensuring good physical health through a balanced diet and light exercise can aid in a smoother recovery. It's also beneficial to arrange for post-operative support, such as having someone to assist you at home and preparing a comfortable recovery space.
What can I expect during the recovery period after non-binary top surgery?
During the recovery period after non-binary top surgery, you can expect a phase of rest and healing, typically lasting several weeks, where activities and physical exertion are limited to provide proper healing. It's common to experience some discomfort, swelling, and bruising, which gradually subsides, and you'll need to follow specific aftercare instructions provided by Dr. Singh and Dr. Abboushi. Regular follow-up appointments are crucial to monitor your healing progress and address any concerns you might have.
Do I have to be on hormone therapy first to have non-binary top surgery?
You don't necessarily have to be on hormone therapy before pursuing non-binary top surgery. The requirement for hormone therapy varies depending on Dr. Singh and Dr. Abboushi's protocols and your specific health needs. It's important to consult with Dr. Singh or Dr. Abboushi to understand what's best for your situation.
Financing Gender-Non-Conforming & Non-Binary Top Surgery
Please note that as a cosmetic-based surgical practice, we no longer accept insurance. Unfortunately, some insurance carriers may still have us listed as a provider, and we are working diligently to ensure all provider directories are updated and accurate. We appreciate your understanding.
The cost of top surgery starts at approximately $9,000. We realize that plastic and cosmetic surgery can be a major investment. Most patients choose to finance at least a portion of the cost of their surgical procedure or procedures. Many plans are available to cover the cost of plastic surgery, including low-interest options. Please see our financing page for information about the different plans we accept.
Non-Binary & Gender-Non-Conforming Top Surgery Recovery
Physical recovery can take a few weeks. Patients should walk around after surgery to improve blood flow but swelling may not subside for several weeks. Full results will be seen in a few months.
Making the decision to undergo any permanent procedure can be a difficult one. Here at Panacea Plastic Surgery, Drs. Singh and Abboushi are always available to answer any questions or concerns you have, so please don't hesitate to get in touch.