Penis width surgery : Penis enlargement
This procedure takes around 1 to 2 hours in total although this can vary. Your genital area will be shaved prior to surgery before a local or general anaesthetic is administered. You may also require a circumcision at the same time to prevent the foreskin from swelling.
The surgeon will use liposuction to increase the width (girth) of the penis. This means removing body fat from areas of your body such as your stomach and then injecting this into your penis. This is known as ‘fat transfer’.
A variation of this procedure involves stitching strips of fat onto your penis in a process known as ‘dermal fat grafting’.
The advantage of the fat transfer method is that no incisions are made which speeds up the recovery time.
This surgery can increase the width of your penis by 1 to 2 inches, and this is obvious when the penis is flaccid or erect.
Recovery from this surgery includes taking painkillers, getting as much rest as possible and avoiding exercise or physical activity for up to a month after surgery.
The aftercare period is discussed in greater detail in our recovery after penis enlargement surgery section.
- Penis Enlargement Intro
- Anatomy of the penis
- Penis anxiety
- Penis enlargement surgery
- What to consider?
- Paying for penis enlargement surgery
- Going abroad for penis enlargement surgery
- Finding a surgeon
- Benefits and risks of penis enlargement surgery
- Preparing for penis enlargement surgery
- Penis length surgery
- Penis width surgery
- Recovery after penis enlargement surgery
- Non-surgical Treatment
- Penis Enlargement FAQs