Another of the most glaring indications of the male appearance is the tracheal, or Adam’s apple. Developed during puberty, this triangle like ridge in the middle of the neck is comprised of cartilage and surrounds the vocal cords.
Dr. Bensimon’s technique is an extremely effective way to remove the Adam’s apple, which consists of carefully shaving off cartilage in this area. There will be no damage to the surrounding tissue, and consequently, this in no way will alter or affect your voice or vocal cords.
A small, thin incision is performed on the neck, and with proper after care, the scar will become flat and unnoticeable. Dr. Bensimon suggests that you bundle the tracheal shave with another surgery.
All of his patients have been extremely satisfied with their results, and find that this removal allows for the process of blending in so much easier.