Mons resection is basically a very low male tummy tuck although with the specific aim to 1) reduce mons fat 2) Draw the neophallus/penis in a superior direction allowing greater presence. It is performed as an outpatient procedure, ideally timed following a prior genital operation such as Metoidioplasty. Fat (and skin) are removed and discarded, including from below the mons skin. The drain is placed and the area is brought back together and sewn in multiple layers. Complications would be unlikely although could include infection, a poor scar or failure to dramatically improve penile visibility.