Flat Friendly Surgeons Directory

Facing Surgery?

Are you facing mastectomy, revision, or explant surgery and looking to find a surgeon with a proven track record of aesthetic flat closure? We’ve got your back.

Ensure your choice to go flat is respected.

Our Directory features flat friendly general, breast, plastic, and oncoplastic surgeons across the US and beyond, who have been recommended by women who were satisfied with their flat results since 2018. As of November 2020, we have over 230 surgeons on the list across the US and Canada (we even have a few surgeons from Europe, the Middle East region, and more), and it’s growing steadily.

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1. Any and all information provided by Not Putting on a Shirt and its representatives is for informational purposes only and should not to be considered as medical or legal advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, or cure any medical condition. Statements should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice from a licensed physician. In using the communications, documents, forms and other information from Not Putting on a Shirt, you accept the terms and conditions of this disclaimer.

2. If you wish to go flat, please be warned that not all surgeons will respect your wishes. That is why Not Putting on a Shirt exists as an advocacy organization, but we are a work in progress. This document is a list of breast surgeons and plastic surgeons who have been recommended by women who went flat via mastectomy, explant, and/or revision surgery by these surgeons. Please be aware of the following:

2.a. The participants in creating this list have no relationship whatsoever with any of these surgeons beyond a medical one, and no money, fees or compensation of any kind is paid by or collected from these surgeons in regard to this list. This list of surgeons is comprised from specific recommendations by individual women who have undergone mastectomy with flat closure, scar revision or explant to produce a flat chest contour, primarily from Facebook support groups for patients going flat.

2.b. Not Putting on a Shirt and it’s representatives have not vetted these surgeons, and take no legal or ethical responsibility or liability for your experiences with any of these surgeons. PLEASE DO YOUR OWN CAREFUL RESEARCH AND DUE DILIGENCE ON THESE SURGEONS. A surgeon’s appearance on this list is NO GUARANTEE of the surgeon’s behavior, skill, and/or performance.

3. Please also note that everyone’s body is different, and you should not expect a “perfect” flat result following mastectomy, explant, or revision surgery, even if your surgeon does the best s/he/they can. These surgeons are recommended because women felt they

3.a. Respected them and their wishes to be flat

3.b. Were technically competent in surgical technique to achieve a flat result, AND

3.c. Did the best they could do give them the results they desired.

4. We welcome any feedback you may have about these surgeons including adding a surgeon or removing a surgeon from the list. Please email Not Putting on a Shirt at NotPuttingonaShirt@gmail.com to correspond.

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