A Rundown of Penis Enlargement Surgery
Most men have dreamed about what it would be like to have a bigger penis at some time or another, but with all of the viable male enhancement methods that are on the market these days, that dream can absolutely become a reality nowadays.
Gone are the times when a man would simply be stuck with the penis size that was natural to him, as more and more men are turning to either penis enlargement surgery or stretching devices in order to gain a permanent increase in size.
Meanwhile, men who would like to have bigger and harder erections are finding help in the form of penis pills, which are an all-natural and generally a much less costly solution.
Penis enlargement surgery, also referred to as penile enlargement surgery or phalloplasty, can be used to add both length and girth to the penis. The most common approaches for “adding length” however, are really just procedures that expose more of the shaft so that the penis appears longer.
In the first method, the ligament that attaches the penis and the pelvic bone is cut, revealing the shaft further up and making it look like it has gained some length, normally less than an inch. A newer procedure that can usually be performed on an outpatient basis involves disconnecting the scrotum from the shaft enough that it allows more of the shaft to become visible, again giving the illusion of a longer penis.
In order to add girth, surgeons can use liposuctioned fat from a man’s abdomen or thighs in order to widen the penis, though the initial results will usually fade with time.
A better option is to graft dermis, which is a thin layer of tissue with healthy blood vessels that sits just below the surface of the skin, as well as the fat that is attached to it, into the shaft of the penis. This method appears to provide patients with longer-lasting and more satisfying results overall.
Penis enlargement surgeries can take extra time to recover from and they often require that men wear special straps or other devices to ensure that proper healing takes place. These surgeries are also not normally covered by health insurance, especially if the surgery is for cosmetic purposes, so you’ll need to be prepared to pay for the cost out of your own pocket.
All in all, penis enlargement surgery can:
- Provide patients with some permanent increase in size
- Offer the ability to increase both length and girth
- Give relatively reliable results
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