Masculinisation Surgery

At IM GENDER, we are a clinic specialised in masculinisation surgery and are committed to providing a high-quality experience to our patients at every stage of their transformation process. Our team of surgeons and healthcare staff are here to support you every step of the way.



    At IM GENDER, we offer a wide range of masculinisation surgeries including phalloplasty, metoidioplasty, mastectomy, hysterectomy, body contouring and other gender affirmation surgeries tailored to meet all needs and preferences.

      • Phalloplasty: Phalloplasty is a surgery that allows for the reconstruction of a functional and sensitive neophallus that allows for bipedal urination and erogenous sensitivity. At IM GENDER, we offer a variety of phalloplasty options to choose from.
      • Metoidioplasty: This is a genital masculinisation surgery that creates a functional micropenis from the clitoris. This organ has a very high erogenous sensitivity, but it does not allow for sexual penetration.
      • FTM top surgery: Mastectomy is a gender affirmation surgery that involves the removal of breasts. At IM GENDER, we offer the periareolar technique, the extended periareolar technique and the free graft technique, according to your needs.
      • Hysterectomy: It is a surgical intervention that involves the removal of the uterus. This surgery is common in female-to-male gender reassignment, and our surgeons have extensive experience in this procedure.
      • Body masculinisation surgery: In addition to the specific surgeries mentioned above, at IM GENDER we also offer body masculinisation surgeries to help you achieve the masculine look you desire. These surgeries may include liposuction, pectoral augmentation and abdominoplasty.
      • Other malesurgeries: We also offer a variety of other masculinisation surgeries, including post-phalloplasty aesthetics, vaginectomy, testicular prostheses and voice surgery. If you are interested in any of these options, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

    In each of these male surgeries, we use advanced technology and specialised surgical techniques to ensure our patients receive the best possible results.


    The postoperative care for masculinisation surgery can be a delicate process that requires special attention. It is important to follow medical recommendations to achieve a successful recovery and avoid complications. Additionally, it is important to maintain hygiene in the operated area and have a good diet to aid in wound healing. It is normal to experience pain and discomfort in the first few days after surgery, but these symptoms should decrease over time. If there are any complications or unusual symptoms, do not hesitate to inform our medical team immediately to receive appropriate care.


    The recovery after surgery may vary depending on the type of operation. Some tips for after masculinisation surgery include:

      • Adequate rest: It is important to rest sufficiently after surgery to allow your body to recover.
      • Take prescribed medications: Carefully follow the plastic surgeon’s instructions regarding prescribed medications to control pain and prevent infections.
      • Follow wound care instructions: Keep wounds clean and dry, and change dressings as needed.
      • Avoid strenuous activities: Avoid doing strenuous activities and lifting heavy objects for several weeks after surgery.
      • Stay hydrated and eat well: Ensure that you maintain good hydration and eat a healthy diet to help your body recover.


    What is masculinisation surgery?

    Masculinisation surgery, also known as male gender affirmation surgery or FTM surgery, is a set of surgical procedures aimed at modifying a person’s appearance to better align with their male gender identity. These procedures may include breast removal (mastectomy), penis creation (phalloplasty), facial masculinisation surgery, among others.

    Who is masculinisation surgery indicated for?

    Masculinisation surgery is indicated for transgender people who wish to modify their physical appearance to correspond with their male gender identity.

    How long will it take me to recover from masculinisation surgery?

    Recovery time varies depending on the specific surgery performed, but full recovery usually takes approximately 4 to 8 weeks. During this time, it is important to follow the surgeon’s recommendations and avoid strenuous activities.

    What is the cost of masculinisation surgery?

    The cost of masculinization surgery varies depending on the procedure, geographic location, surgeon’s experience, and other factors. Don’t hesitate to contact the IM GENDER team so that we can provide you with a personalised quote based on your needs.

    IM GENDER team

    At IM GENDER, we have over 20 years of experience in providing care to transgender individuals. Our medical and human team is backed by two decades of experience, professionalism, research, and training.

    Do you have any questions about gender affirmation surgery? Do you want to know the price of masculinisation surgery?