Penis Enlargement Surgery

Penis enlargement surgery is the surgical procedure used to increase the size of a mans penis. Penis enlargement surgery is also know as penile augmentation or penile enhancement surgery. Penis enlargement surgery consists of two surgical procedures. The first is to increase the length of the penis and the second to increase the girth of the penis. In most penis enlargement surgery cases the patient will choose to have both procedures done at the same time.

Penis enlargement surgery to increase the girth of the penis uses fat cells that are taken from the patients abdomen and transplanted into the penis. This surgical procedure is known as “fat transfer” can increase the girth of the penis by 1 – 3 inches. The downside to this form penis enlargement surgery is that the transplanted fat can often feel soft like a woman’s breast. Also, the patient’s body will try to re-absorb the fat that has been transplanted to the penis. The patient may lose an girth gains and the penis can end up looking “lumpy”.

The alternative type of penis enlargement surgery for increasing penis girth is a slight variation of the “fat transfer” method called “dermal transfer”. This type of penis enlargement surgery is more complex and carries are much greater risk of disfigurement. Dermal transfer not only transfers fat cells to the penis but also skin to prevent the body re-absorbing the transplanted fat.

The penis enlargement surgery lengthening procedures used to increase the length of the penis are very different to the procedures that increase penis girth. The tissue in the penis that fills with blood is called the corpora cavernosa. The corpora cavernosa starts from inside your body and extends all the way to the end of your penis. In some cases 50% of a mans corpora cavernosa can actually be inside his body. Penis lengthening surgery works by unattaching this part of the corpora cavernosa from the pelvic bone allowing it to extent out of the body. This type of penis lengthening surgery can increase the length of a flacid penis by up to 1/2 but only as small increase will be seen on the erect penis.

Penis enlargement lengthening surgery also comes with some side effects. Once the penis is detached from the pubic bone it is essentially floating from the body. This means that the angle of the erection may be lost (pateints may experience an erection pointing downwards). Also the pateint may experience slipping around of the penis during sex. But penis enlargement surgery has come a long way. Sophisitacted surgical procedures often result in little to no loss of erection angle.

Penis enlargement surgery has come a long way. The risks involved with penis enlargement surgery nowdays are only slight. If you are considering penis enlargement surgery you should contact your local doctor for professional advice and a referral to a penis enlargement specialist. Penile surgery doctors are becoming more common as penis enlargement techniques get safer.