Speaker for Dermatology Conferences 2021 - Gabriel Del Corral
Gabriel Del Corral
Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, USA
Title : Non-Invasive Facial Feminization


Facial feminization surgery (FFS) is a group of surgical procedures; the objectives of which are to change the features of a male face to that of a female face. This surgery does not aim to rejuvenate the face. FFS is carried out almost exclusively on transsexual women (males who are transitioning into females) and who have gender dysphoria. The presentation will include a systematic approach for the use of neurotoxins and facial fillers to achieve a feminizing appearance. The presentation will also discuss other surgical procedures performed under local such as lip lift, and removal of Buccal fat pads.


Dr. Del Corral is Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery Medstar Georgetown University Hospital and he is the medical director for the Medstar Center for Gender Affirmation. Dr. Del Corral has been recognized for his advanced techniques and abilities throughout his career. Dr. Del Corral has spent time visiting several centers from around the world in the US, Canada, Amsterdam and Belgium. Dr. Del Corral has also taken place in several WPATH sponsored courses. Dr. Del Corral uses the most advanced techniques available today to help you achieve a look and feel so natural, only you will know. Explore our state-of-the-art procedures. Dr. Del Corral is a native of Panama City, Panama. He is fluent in both Spanish and English. He attended medical school at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara. Del Corral completed his general surgery training at Lankenau Hospital Center within the Thomas Jefferson Health System, and is double board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He completed plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. In a pursuit to learn the most advanced techniques in breast, lower extremity and head and neck reconstruction, Dr. Del Corral completed a microsurgical fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. Over these years, he had the opportunity to work and train under the most prominent authorities in aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery.