Penis Enlargement Surgery consists of two surgical procedures to enlarge the penis, one is used to increase the girth of the penis, the second is used to increase the length of the penis. Typically, Penis enlargement surgery patients opt to have both penis enlargement procedures carried out at the same time.
Increasing the girth of the penis in Penis enlargement surgery relies on fat cells being transplanted around the penis. The Penis enlargement surgery procedure, known as fat transfer, bulks-up the penis and can increase the girth of the penis by 1 to 3 inches. One of the possible drawbacks of this Penis enlargement surgery is that the transplanted fat cells feel soft, somewhat like female breast tissue. Additionally, increases in the girth of the penis achieved through this Penis enlargement surgery can often disappear as the fat cells are reabsorbed back into the body. Sometimes, the re-absorption of the transplanted fat is uneven and the penis is left looking lumpy and unsightly due to this Penis enlargement surgery.
Penis enlargement surgery lengthening procedures are quite different from the procedures used in Penis enlargement surgery for girth. The tissue in the penis that fills with blood is called the corpora cavernosa. In some cases, half of the corpora cavernosa may be "concealed" inside the body. Penis enlargement surgery lengthening relies on releasing this concealed penis. Penis enlargement surgery lengthening releasing the concealed part of the penis. This moves the concealed part of the penis forward achieving additional penis length outside the body. This type of penis enlargement surgery can result in substantial flaccid size gains but sometimes only a small increase in the erect penis length.
Penis enlargement surgery has advanced a long way since the early days when penile disfigurement was almost a certainty but many surgeons still refuse to offer Penis enlargement surgery procedures because of the risks associated with it. Candidates for penis enlargement surgery should seek advice from their own doctor and ideally undergo counselling before consulting with surgeons offering these procedures.