Male Genital Cosmetic Surgery


   

The most commonly requested procedures in Men are Penile Girth Enhancement and Penile Length Enlargement surgeries in order to give a more youthful appearance to these areas. Other procedures include Inflatable implants to correct pathological impotency, correction of Penoscrotal Webbing and Testicular Implants. Peneplasty consists of combination of the following procedures, depending on what every patient needs.

Penile Enlargement:
Penis enlargement procedures (sometimes euphemistically referred to as male enhancement procedures in spam email and television advertisements) are techniques alleged to make the human penis increase in girth, length, or hardness. Often, in the course of advertising fraudulent products, the distinction between temporary enlargement, i.e. erection, and permanent enlargement, is deliberately muddied.

A. Penile Girth Enhancement Surgery
Method involves injection of purified own fat cells beneath the skin of penis, to achieve penis girth enhancement. Sometimes, the derma-fat graft is applied just beneath the skin of penis to provide better and more predictable enhancement in girth of penis. On an average, after the surgery, penile girth is increased by 2-3 centimeters. The procedure has very rare but some side effects including decrease of sensation, scarring, and deformation.

B. Penile Length Enhancement or Elongation / Enlargement Surgery
Approximately one-third to one-half of the penis is inside the body, and is integrally attached to the undersurface of the pubic bone. Penis lengthening involves the release of the fundiform ligament and the suspensory ligament that attaches the two erectile bodies to the pubic bone (ligamentolysis). The suspensory ligament makes the penis arch under the pubic bone. Release of this ligament allows the penis to protrude on a straighter path, further outward to give a longer physical appearance. With the penis on stretch, the ligament is divided close to the pubic bone until all midline attachments have been freed. Once these ligaments have been cut, part of the penile shaft (usually held within the body) drops forward and extends out, enlarging the penis by 2–3 cm (0.78–1.18 in.). After surgery, part of the postoperative treatment includes stretching of the penis to prevent the released suspensory ligament from re-shorten as it was previously. The procedure has rare but some side effects including loss or decrease of sensation.

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