Yes, MTF (Male-to-Female) individuals can undergo facial feminization surgery (FFS) without undergoing hormone therapy. Facial feminization surgery is a set of surgical procedures designed to alter facial features and create a more feminine appearance.
While hormone therapy can contribute to some changes in facial appearance, such as softening of the skin and redistribution of fat, it is not a requirement for undergoing FFS. The decision to pursue FFS is based on individual goals and desired outcomes.
Facial feminization surgery can include a range of procedures tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals. These may include forehead contouring, brow lift, rhinoplasty (nose surgery), jawline contouring, chin reshaping, lip augmentation, and more. The specific procedures recommended will depend on factors such as the individual’s facial structure, desired changes, and the recommendations of the surgeon.
It’s important to consult with a skilled and experienced plastic surgeon who specializes in facial feminization surgery. They will assess your facial features, discuss your goals and expectations, and recommend appropriate procedures based on their expertise and your individual needs.
Keep in mind that facial feminization surgery is a significant surgical intervention, and it carries risks and potential complications. Recovery times can vary, and it’s important to follow the surgeon’s instructions for post-operative care.
If hormone therapy is not part of your transition plan or if you have decided not to pursue hormone therapy, it is still possible to undergo facial feminization surgery to achieve the desired changes in facial appearance. Consulting with a qualified surgeon will help you explore your options and make informed decisions based on your unique circumstances and goals.