Surgery Penis Enlargement

Corrective or cosmetic surgery of the penis is probably the most obvious way to alter the look of your most valuable asset.

May be obvious – but what can not be quite so obvious are the complications and potential risk that might occur.

Surgery on any part of the human body is, in some cases, irreversible.

Your penis is the organ most sensitive to damage nerve tissue as a result of a botched operation could result in disfigurement and permanent loss of sensation.

There are many types of surgery for penis enlargement

There are several common procedures used regularly. The United Kingdom and the United States has the highest success rate and offer the widest choice of penile corrective procedures in the world.

Over 50% of cosmetic operations on the penis is not successful

But however the success rate has not been particularly impressive – just over half of the operations carried out in Spain is considered a complete success after a procedure.

Of the remaining operations around which are not considered a success first full, half of these gives rise to distortion or loss of sensation.

“If you value your erection does not consider penile ligament cutting.”

Penile ligament cutting

This procedure involves a delicate and precise cuts to basic penile ligament can lengthen the penis.

This procedure has possibly the highest success rate in terms of increase in size, some operations have been documented to add two inches to the length.

Penile ligament cutting has proven to add length to the penis in its flaccid state but once erected can not truly become erect.

If you value your erection does not consider penile ligament cutting.

Injection of penis enlargement

Surgery penile injection involves taking fat from a portion of its body and the “injection” of fat cells in the penis in an area just below the skin surface.

Although this is one of the most common forms of penis enlargement procedures can produce an artificial appearance. The other common side effect is penile injection to loss of sensation, occasionally permanent.

Penile injection of liquid silicone

The introduction of liquid silicone is a similar procedure with silicone fluid rather than excess body fat. The silicone is injected into the penis and scrotum again just below the skin surface.

This procedure carries a very high risk of complications that could lead to permanent damage, loss of sensation around the shaft and the tip of the penis and scarring and disfigurement.

Inflatable penile implants

This method is highly invasive and involves the replacement of the corpora cavernosa with inflatable penile implants.

This type of operation is usually undertaken primarily as a therapeutic surgery for men suffering from complete impotence.

Implanted pump located in the groin area can be pumped by hand to fill the cylinders of an implanted reservoir in order to achieve an erection.

The replacement cylinders are generally the same size as the corpus cavernosa, but larger cylinders can be implemented.

However, the result is awkward stretching and possible tearing of the other penile tissues which can have a number of complications.

If you thought penis surgery

Any surgery for purely cosmetic purposes in any part of your body should be carefully considered.

Your penis is the most sensitive and most delicate of their anatomy – unless surgery is required to correct an abnormality that is highly advised against.

Success is associated with a toss of a coin, costs generally come out of the high hundreds to several thousands are raised if the first operation is not successful.

Alternative methods of penis enlargement

Traction of the penis – is the most effective and safest to alter appearance, shape and dimension.

The penis traction is based on the same methodology that has been used for centuries by Asian and African tribespeople to enlarge and extend to parts of your body such as ears, lips, nose and neck.

Traction has also been used by the medical profession for the past quarter century to help rebuild and encourage skin growth in burn victims.