Penis Enlargement

Penis Augmentation/Penile Lengthening/Phalloplasty

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Penis Enlargement Surgery is a procedure permanent and progressive solution for men who desire an increased penis size.

The surgery can increase the non-erect length of the penis and also the erect length. The average gain in length is 3,5 cm but it may vary from person to person. It is not possible to know ahead of time how much actual length the patient will gain after the surgery.

The surgery is done under general anaesthesia. Almost half of the penis is inside the body and it is connected to the pubic bone by the suspensory ligament. The release of the internal part of the penis is done by dividing a ligament holding it in place. In addition, a muscle technique is used to ensure the long-term effectiveness of the procedure.The procedure is performed through a small incision in the pubic region where pubic hair will help hide the incision site. There are no incisions made on the penis. In some cases, liposuction to the area above the penis may be recommended if the area is too full and is masking the full length of the penile shaft.

Penis Augmentation/Penis Widening to Increase Penis Girth

To enlarge or increase the girth of the penis, a small liposuction procedure is required first to obtain fat from the abdomen or thighs which can be transferred to the penis by injection. As the fat is injected into the penis, it avoids incision scars and reduces the recovery time required. In some cases a dermal filler can be used to provide the enhancement of the penis.A circumcision has to be performed before the penile augmentation, as there might occur a phimosis if the procedure is done without it.

Often to create a more natural look, both lengthening and augmenting the girth /only when a previous circuncision has already been performed/ can be done at the same time, although one or the other can be performed as a single operation.

After the surgery the patient will be given a set of instructions regarding post-operative care. These refer to the recovery period and must be followed accordingly. Post-surgery advice may include:Using recommended painkillers as required.
Contacting your surgeon immediately if you notice any signs of infection or if you experience bleeding or a sudden increase in pain.
Avoid exercise for 3 – 4 weeks post-surgery.
Avoid sexual activity for 1 month post-surgery.