in Sydney & Melbourne, Australia
- November 30th, 2019 (Saturday) – Transition Surgery Orientations in Melbourne at Jasper Hotel.
- December 2nd & 3rd, 2019 (Monday/Tuesday) – Transition Surgery Orientations in Sydney at ACON.
Register in advance by submitting the form here.
In the meantime, request a Skype video-consultation.
Contemporary solutions for transgender women
Researching the different options for your gender transition is often a complicated and confusing process.
These orientations aim to identify principal specialists in each area of gender affirming treatment and unite them in a one-day session.
Register to save your spot and obtain accurate information about today´s best feminising solutions for gender diverse women.
Uniting for Excellence in Transgender Healthcare
MEET THE DOCTORS
Dr. Simon & Dr. Capitán
FACIALTEAM co-founders & head surgeons, Dr. Luis Capitán (Spain) & Dr. Daniel Simon (Brazil), began offering FFS in 2007. Since then, they have completed more than 1,200 Facial Gender Confirmation procedures together and have developed pioneering techniques and advanced research in this surgical field.
Combining the latest technology in surgical techniques with a multidisciplinary approach, they achieve excellence in results with proven expertise in the field of FACIAL FEMINISATION SURGERY. The comprehensive team analyzes each case meticulously, taking into account factors from multiple perspectives: craniofacial bone structure, plastic/aesthetics and hair – all considered within the frame of contemporary concepts on facial gender.
The co-directors of FACIALTEAM are recognized leading experts in facial bone sculpture and frequent key speakers at scientific conferences. In 2014 they published award-winning latest groundbreaking research on facial feminization in the scientific journal Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, official publication of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. New research in this journal regarding a modernized philosophy and approaches to facial surgery for transgender women is pending publication.
The TransHealth Initiative is a project created by FACIALTEAM to promote the exchange of knowledge among professionals in transgender healthcare. Both surgeons are members of EPATH and WPATH and promote international standards for best practices for transgender patients.
Dr. Marci Bowers M.D.
of Burlingame, Calif., is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of Genital Reassignment Surgery and is the first transgender woman to perform transgender surgery.
She is a pelvic and gynecologic surgeon with nearly 25 years’ experience in Women’s Healthcare and working with the Transgender community. She is a University of Minnesota Medical School graduate and an Ob/Gyn product of the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Bowers is a member of WPATH, and serves on the board of directors for both GLAAD and the Transgender Law Center. Dr. Bowers has become an international authority on clitoral reconstruction for women who have suffered Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), one of a select few surgeons worldwide performing FGM reversal. She has been the subject of numerous documentaries, articles and features including appearances on Oprah, CBS Sunday Morning and Discovery Health.
Dr. Bowers was recently honored as one of the 100 most influential LGBT people on the Guardian’s 2012 World Pride Power List, in addition to being recognized as one of Huffington Post’s 50 Transgender Icons.
Dr. Hyung-Tae Kim
Director of Yeson Voice Center and one of the best ENT specialists in the areas of laryngeal surgery and treatment, Dr. Hyung-Tae Kim established Yeson Voice Center in September 2003 with an advanced voice examination system for specialized laryngeal surgeries and phonoplasties, a new paradigm in voice care.
International patients from roughly 40 different countries travel to Yeson Voice Center for its principle treatment, called ‘Vocal Folds Shortening and Advancement of Anterior Commissure’ (VFSRAC or Voice Feminisation Surgery). A skin incision is not required with this innovative technique, therefore increasing safety and satisfaction rates due to minimized potential complications. Voice feminising surgery aims to provide a natural increase in the fundamental frequency making it possible for trans women to develop a permanently feminised voice.
FACIAL GENDER AFFIRMING RESULTS
click to see before and after photos
Click below to hear what FFS patients have to say
It didn’t take too long to find consistently positive references to FACIALTEAM and it was a nice surprise to find a European clinic at the top of the tree when I’d expected either America or Thailand. Merryn, UK, 2014.
Merryn, UK, 2014
The results are truly remarkable. I still have a massive smile on my face every time I look in the mirror. From the start, I was guided all the way through the process, given advice and able to discuss exactly what my needs were. FACIALTEAM are caring and compassionate professionals who were there with me all the way and are still with me today. As far as I am concerned, they are the best FFS surgical team globally.
Megan Smith, Australia. 2015
FFS has made it easier for my friends to accept me in my new role as a woman…that has become the most gratifying result for me. I strongly recommend FACIALTEAM, especially if you want to become more confident as a woman and successful with your transition.
Malin, Sweden. 2014
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FACIAL FEMINIZATION SURGERY ORIENTATIONS in AUSTRALIA, 2019
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