The dream of changing the body you were born with is probably as old as mankind. Do you doubt that 2000 years ago Greek men were dreaming of a different nose, a more finely-sculpted face, eyes without bags under them, bigger buttocks, a bigger penis?
They could only dream. You can actually have it. Clinic’estetica can make those dreams come true with injection techniques perfected by our physicians.
Penis enhancement surgery is not formally taught in medical schools and is still a relatively new procedure. It is a lucrative procedure that is easy to do wrong. There are caring, skilled surgeons out there who do their best to help men improve on what nature didn’t give them, but the procedures are by no means perfected. And, if you are seeking a solution in the US at present, then some form of surgical intervention is the only available treatment.
The only way to increase the length of the penis is through a surgical procedurewherein the suspensory and fundiform ligaments are surgically freed from the penis. Few men are willing to go through the pain and recovery time that this procedure may entail just to gain about an inch in length. This procedure is effectively irreversible and may have side effects including loss of sensation, inability to perform penetrative intercourse, scarring and deformation. According to Nim Christopher, a urologist at St. Peter’s Andrology Center in London, among men who have had the surgery, “the dissatisfaction rate was in excess of 70 percent”.
Techniques that have been used to thicken the penis (although far from perfect) are apparently more effective than those designed to increase penile length. Popular techniques in the US include fat injection and Alloderm matrix grafts.
FFT (Free Fat Transfer) has been used by cosmetic surgeons for filling other areas of the body for many years. It was typically obtained, or harvested, during liposuction, and because it was a person’s own tissue, there was no chance of tissue rejection. However, in the early years of fat transfer, surgeons observed that some of the fat graft, for various reasons, would disappear over time . . . .reabsorbed by the person’s body. To compensate for this loss, typically the surgeon would add extra fat, or “overfill” the area. This usually worked well where a small amount of fat was used such as the cheek, lips, or deep facial wrinkles. The problem arose when a few high profile doctors, using this theory of “overfill” put excessive fat in the penis and the body could not develop a good blood supply to the grafted fat quickly enough. Some of the fat died and was absorbed into the body. Unfortunately the fat was not evenly absorbed, leaving lumpy, distorted penises that were difficult to correct.
Alloderm is derived from donor human skin which is processed to remove all the cells, leaving only the dermal-matrix which is inserted (through a small incision) as sheets and wrapped around the penis shaft beneath the skin and secured in place with absorbable sutures.
When Alloderm is implanted into a patient, the patient’s cells repopulate the graft, blood vessels grow into the graft, and the graft becomes part of the patient’s own tissue. This process generally takes several weeks to several months. Unfortunately, Alloderm frequently has been known to collapse and the resulting appearance resembles that of an open Venetian blind. For that reason Alloderm is no longer used in the face, but still used by some physicians for penile enhancement.
Increasing the girth or width of the penis is a much easier matter through the injection of and from all reports, results in greater patient satisfaction. The filler is injected between the skin and the cavernous body and may be added in layers to build up the thickness. The actual increase in girth is determined by the elastic limit of the penile skin, and additional layers can be added if desired after an appropriate waiting period (usually a month).
injections are not appropriate for men who are not circumcised because of an inability to retract the foreskin after the injections.Circumcision is a surgery that can be done by most urologists. After a waiting period of at least 30 days following the circumcision, you can do the penis widening procedure.
The injections are done with local anesthesia, and the results are visible immediately post-procedure. This procedure does not cause problems with erection, ejaculation or sexual relations. The resulting contour and feel are quite natural. While a 40 to 50% gain in girth (flaccid) may be achieved, most men obtain about 30%. An estimated 10% gain in girth when erect is reported. Refer to our Gallery for photos.
There may be some swelling and discomfort following the injections, but this should resolve in less than a week. It is recommended that the patient abstain from sexual relations for a minimum of 6 weeks following the injections.