Exceptionally Trained Surgeon Specializing in Robotic Peritoneal Vaginoplasty
Dr. Min Jun, DO is a Reconstructive Urologist who has dedicated his practice to genital Gender Affirming Surgery. Dr. Jun is broadly trained, having completed fellowship training in both reconstructive urology and Gender Affirming Surgery. Dr. Jun’s special interest is robotic-assisted Peritoneal Flap Vaginoplasty, as well as Metoidioplasty and Phalloplasty. His practice, Jun Surgical, is based in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Jun completed his residency training in urology at Detroit Medical Center with Dr. Richard Santucci, and fellowship training in reconstructive and traumatic urology at Temple University with Dr. Michael Metro. Concurrently, Dr. Jun sought training in Gender Surgery with Dr. Miroslav Djordjevic in Belgrade, Serbia. He subsequently completed a Fellowship in gender-affirming genital and robotic surgery at New York University with Dr. Lee Zhao and Dr. Rachel Bluebond-Langner. Dr. Jun worked at the Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in California from 2020-2023.
Dr. Jun is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH.)
Peritoneal Flap Vaginoplasty
Dr. Jun offers Robotic Peritoneal Flap Vaginoplasty in both primary and repair cases (e.g. vaginal stenosis), and care for post-operative urethral complications. Peritoneal Vaginoplasty has the potential to offer a number of benefits:
- Self-lubricating lining with some elasticity
- More vaginal depth
- Requires less dilation, less douching
- Requires less pre-op hair removal
- Less risk of prolapse
- May be less risky than Sigmoid Colon Vaginoplasty, plus no odorous mucus discharge and no need to monitor colon pathology
Robotic-assisted Peritoneal Vaginoplasty reduces operative time by facilitating a dual-surgeon abdominal-perineal approach, lowering the risks associated with positioning-related complications, such as neuropathy.
Masculinizing Bottom Surgery in San Francisco
Metoidioplasty: From Simple Release to Full Metoidioplasty, your surgery can include any combination of Vaginectomy, Urethral Lengthening and Scrotoplasty. Some Metoidioplasty patients may benefit from a Monsplasty, or mons resection, which can help better position the phallus and scrotum.
Phalloplasty: Dr. Jun uses either the forearm (RFF) or thigh (ALT) donor sites. RFF is typically a 2-stage surgery, with implants put in at the second stage. ALT can be a 2- or 3-stage surgery, depending on the vascularity of the donor flap.
Testicular and/or Erectile Implants: can be done 9 months after Metoidioplasty or Phalloplasty with Scrotoplasty. Dr. Jun uses solid silicone testicular implants made by Alpha Aesthetics, and the malleable rod or 3-piece inflatable penile implants.
Dr. Jun operates at St. Francis Memorial Hospital, California Pacific Medical Center – Davies Campus and Austin San Francisco Surgery Center, all in San Francisco.
Dr. Jun follows WPATH guidelines for surgery:
- You will need to provide two referrals from qualified mental health professionals for genital procedures; one referral for other procedures unless otherwise specified by insurance.
- A letter from your hormone specialist stating you have been on 12 months of continuous hormones for genital procedures, unless clinically contraindicated.
- 18+ years of age.
“The staff and Doctor Jun have been extremely helpful, considerate, professional and really concerned with my care. I will recommend them to any trans or non-binary friends I have.” – Aurora M.
Working With Insurance
Dr. Jun is in-network with Blue Shield of California and Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP.) Dr. Jun can also bill most major insurance carriers and managed Medi-cal plans as an out-of-network provider.
Dr. Jun does not work with: out-of-state Medicaid, Medicare, Tri-Care, Kaiser, Ambetter or Oscar Health.
For those paying out-of-pocket, Jun Surgical accepts credit/debit cards, cashier’s check, money order and wire transfer.
Booking a Consultation
Dr. Jun offers virtual and in-person consultations. Consultation scheduling and fees are available upon registration. Patients must be 18 or over to book a consultation. For more information about registering as a new patient, contact Jun Surgical by clicking the Send Inquiry button.
Current wait list: Wait times for surgery dates vary by procedure. Smaller procedures such as Orchiectomy can be booked sooner than more complex surgeries like Robotic Vaginoplasty.