Your Journey

Here for you throughout your journey

We understand that many transgender and non-binary patients are unable to access the quality care that they deserve. That’s why Transform has introduced a dedicated, specialist team which will support patients at every stage in their transition journey.

By launching Identité, our goal is to improve the confidence, health and overall wellbeing of our transgender and non-binary patients through providing them with specialist care. No matter what point you’re at in transition, we have a range of non-surgical and surgical procedures to suit your needs. Find out how we can help by speaking to our dedicated Identité team. 



Your Journey FAQs

What is the aim of the consultation?

The consultation is an opportunity for the surgeon to get to know the patient, but also for the patient to get to know the surgeon. The most important thing is to be as open and honest as possible about what you are hoping for, so that the results that best suit your wishes can be achieved.

What advice would you give to someone considering top surgery?

Do your research. Have a basic understanding of the available techniques and which one best suits what you are hoping to achieve. Different surgeons have different speciality skills. Explore what you want and whether the technique is suitable for you, then find the person who can carry that out. Ask questions in forums about other people’s experiences - this will give you a good frame of reference but be aware that your experience will be unique to you.

What advice would you give to someone coming to a consultation?

Once you have chosen your surgeon and you know their areas of expertise, ask direct questions relating to what you are hoping to achieve, that way the surgeon can focus all their attention on your specific needs, rather than spending the time speaking in more general terms.

What key question should I be able to answer in the consultation?

You should be able to answer the following: What do you expect/want to be able to do after surgery that you cannot do now?

How can patients communicate with you throughout the process?

Patients can access an experienced aftercare team via the website and also within your aftercare pack.

How quickly after my consultation can I expect to have my operation?

The operation cannot happen immediately – We encourage people to reflect on the consultation to allow any questions to come up. It is important to note that you will not jeopardise the discussion by asking questions.

Will I be asked about my family history?

Yes. Family history is a good indicator of any potential future risks and as such it is really important that you share anything relevant, both about your own history in relation to your chest, and that of your family members.

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