Introduction: This article is the result of two decades of surgical experience in the pubic region for patients of both genders with the external genitalia dimorphic aspects. The literature presents limited contributions regarding the morphologic alterations of these regions, responsible for the patients be submitted to these surgeries to return to their normal anatomic aspects, to the emotional equilibrium and to the self-esteem. Methods: Patients of both genders, in a total of 513, with different types of pathologies of the external genitalia and the pubic regions were submitted to specific surgeries, where 469 (91.42%) were female and 44 (8.58%) were male. The age range was from 17 to 70 year old. In the female patients were included: dystrophies of the pubis, labia majora and minora, skin excess of the clitoris, and the treatment of other types of unacceptable results after previous surgical procedures. The male deformities included in this study were: penis hypotrophy, skin penis synechia, local angioma and the absence of congenital testicular glands. Congenital or acquired deformities out of the described were not included. Results: From 1989 to 2010, the procedures used in the genitalia and in the pubis dimorphisms brought psychological and physic benefic to the patients combined with low complication rate (2.31%). Conclusions: Despite of the limited scientific publications in the journals of the specialty and in the scientific meetings, the importance of these messages has no limits to their holders. One of reasons of this publication is based in acquired experience and the necessary diffusion for those that perform these surgeries but still with negative results when not performed within the necessary level.
Keywords: Genitalia, female/surgery. Genitalia, male/surgery. Pubic bone/surgery. Plastic surgery/methods.