Penis Enlargement is a surgery technique that involves the fields of Plastic Surgery and Urology. Its most common applications are:
Penis lengthening surgery consists of the following steps:
- Section of the ligaments (suspensory ligament and fundiform ligament) that tie the penis to the pubic bone. The intervention is usually done under regional anaesthesia (half of the body) and requires a few hours of hospital admission. The resulting scar measures about 4 cm. and is hardly visible as it is hidden under the pubic hair.
- Post-operative traction to prevent fibrosis or scar retraction and facilitate the displacement of the area of the penis that is inside the body to the outside. It is essential to carry out the traction after the procedure, since without it results can be very inferior.
Traction should be performed beginning 5 to 7 days after the penis lengthening procedure for about 8-12 hours a day for a period of 3 to 4 months. The prescribed traction tool is the Andropenis® medical device.
- The Penis Lengthening Intervention, followed by traction during the post-operative period allows the penis to be permanently stretched for 2 to 4 centimeters (depending on each patient).
Patients with excess fatty tissue in the pubis region might have an apparently smaller penis, as it is ‘semi-buried’ in the pubis. In such cases it is possible combine the lengthening intervention with a liposuction of the pubis, thus increasing the penis’ visible part.
Lengthening and thickening cannot be performed at the same time: They require separate interventions.
There are many surgical procedure techniques to increase the thickness of the penis, although some of them are excessively traumatic, and others can easily cause irregularities in the contour of the skin of the penis.
The Coleman Lipostructure technique consists of the implantation of the patient’s own fat through the use of microcannulae. It is a simple, easy to perform technique although it has as a disadvantage the partial and sometimes irregular absorption of the implanted fat, bringing about the need to repeat the procedure to achieve further increases.
A more reliable, stable and uniform option is the implantation of the patient’s own dermis between the Dartos fascia (superficial fascia of the penis and scrotum) and Buck’s fascia (deep fascia of the penis). This is our technique of choice.
The increase in thickness it provides is 0.5 cm. per side along the trunk of the penis in its flaccid state (1 cm. increase in diameter).