If you’re looking into penis enlargement surgery, you might be a little concerned about the potential side effects.
After all, your penis is one of your most vital organs – so it’s understandable if you’re worried about things going wrong after your penile enlargement treatment.
In this blog post we’ll take a look at some of the side effects of penis enlargement treatment, and how our pioneering cannula method can not only deliver astonishing results but actually also boost male genital health after surgery compared to other penis enhancement methods.
As with most medical procedures, it’s possible that you’ll experience a little bruising on your penis for a few days after your penis enlargement surgery has taken place.
But by opting for the cannula therapy method, you can cut back on the amount of bruising you’ll experience. This is because the procedure involves fewer incisions into your skin than a traditional needle treatment does, so there’s less risk.
You may have read about vascular occlusion, a significant potential complication which can happen after some surgical procedures. If vascular occlusion occurs, it’s usually because a blood vessel has been blocked.
By using a cannula this risk is lowered substantially because the tip of a cannula is blunt and unsharpened, and is able to slide around blood vessels rather than going in. Needles, on the other hand, have razor-sharp points and pierce the blood vessel repeatedly.
Treatments designed to increase penis length often involve injecting fluid into the organ, and as a result you might be concerned that even if your penis grows it may have an unusual appearance in other ways.
But here at Moorgate Aesthetics, we know how to avoid these problems. While many penis thickening clinics perform treatments on flaccid penises, our treatments are designed to be injected on your erect penis instead. This technique means that there’s a more smooth distribution of growth along your penis, rather than concentration in one area or another.