Thanks to the increasing perception amongst men that a small member somehow makes them inferior,
the rise in popularity of the penoplasty cosmetic surgery procedure has grown and grown in recent years.
So what is a penoplasty, and what are the benefits?
Penoplasty – the long and the short of it
Penoplasty surgery is usually performed when someone suffers from the negative psychological effects of having a very small penis. Those men with a ‘micropenis’ (less than 7cm long when erect) can suffer from feelings of inadequacy and embarrassment when their manhood is viewed by members of the opposite sex or by their peers in gym changing rooms, etc.
From a practical perspective, having a micro penis can make penetration difficult during sex, leading to relationship discord and problems in fathering children.
Longer and thicker
During the penoplasty procedure, fat is harvested from the patient and then injected into the penis to increase its length and width. The procedure is safe and effective with most patients enjoying an immediate increase in the size of their penis and suffering no side-effects or problems.
Low risk, big difference
There are no risks presented to the patient in terms of erection, sensitivity of the penis, orgasm, fertility or ejaculation. Once the procedure is complete and the area has settled down, the penis will function normally, except on a larger scale! Take note though, if you had problems with your member’s ability to perform prior to the procedure, your situation will remain unchanged. Similarly, just because your penis is larger this is no guarantee that your sexual performance will be improved or altered in any way. The only difference you’ll note is an improved ease of penetration and a more satisfying feeling for your partner.
In the girth enhancement, all the work takes place outside of the penis and therefore does not interfere with the delicate structures that could affect sensitivity and performance. The lengthening procedure part of the procedure does carry a very small risk of infection, but this is unlikely when carried out in a sterile operating environment.