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The Case for Non-Surgical Penis Enlargement over Surgical Penis Enlargement

We are frequently asked by men, who are seeking a larger penis, as to whether it’s better to go for an aesthetic procedure or surgery.

Whilst the answer will always come to personal choice, after years of specialising in non-surgical penis enlargement treatments and knowing how successful and straightforward these procedures are, we would always recommend the non-invasive approach.


Fat Transfer – Points to Consider:

If you were to undergo full blown surgery to increase the size of your penis, the procedure involves the transfer of fat from one part of the body (usually the stomach region) into the penis. This is known as lipofilling.

There is a tendency for necrotic fat, lumps and even scar tissue to be visible. The penis is an organ which doesn’t naturally have fat in it. With a surgical intervention involving lipofilling, a layer of fat will be introduced into the penis which can feel odd.

There are always risks associated with hospital surgery. The operation is pretty much irreversible. The only way of doing so is by the surgical removal of the fat, which is not only traumatic but is also neither straightforward nor guaranteed to be successful.

One surgery is unlikely to be enough. Since most fat reabsorbs in anything between 3 and 12 months, the likelihood is that further surgery will be necessary.

With surgery, you have to wait up to six weeks before everything “settles down” and you can have sex. 

Surgery is generally at least twice the price of having a non-surgical penis enlargement treatment.

Non-Surgical Treatments – Points to Consider:

Hyaluronic acid, which is used in penis filler injections, is a safe product that is naturally occurring in the body.

After treatment, the texture of the penis should be exactly the same as it was prior to the treatment. It won’t look and feel any different. But it will be larger, obviously.

Fillers remove the need to undergo penis lengthening surgery because the weight of the filler will have the desired effect of increasing the length.

Patient satisfaction levels are extremely high and the likelihood of side effects is rare.

Unlike surgery, which requires a hospital admission, each non-surgical treatment takes about 30 minutes in the clinic, whereupon you are ready to go home and carry on with your everyday life almost immediately.

You can have sex within seven days of treatment.

The treatments generally cost around half as much as surgery.

Relevant Research

In terms of comparing non-surgical penis enlargement with surgical intervention, there is evidence to support the case for undergoing the non-invasive, aesthetic route over surgery.

A pivotal study was carried out in 2013, widely reported in peer-reviewed medical journals, comparing the outcomes for 83 men who between 2007 and 2011, either underwent non-surgical penis enlargement through HA injections (in this study, the filler used was Macrolane VRF 30) or surgical enlargement via lipofilling surgery. The assessment of results focused on patient satisfaction levels, with particular emphasis on the efficacy and safety of the treatment.

The results found that the circumferential enlargement obtained from both techniques – non surgical and surgical – ranged from 3.2 to 4.5 cm. In all patients, the increase in penis length ranged from 1.8 to 3.6 cm.

The vast majority of patients (72) reported being “very satisfied” with the results.

However, whilst no complications were seen in patients treated with the hyaluronic acid filler, eight of the patients who underwent the fat grafting lipofilling surgery, developed granuloma (a mass of granulating tissue).

Granulomas form when the immune system attempts to wall off substances it perceives as foreign, but is unable to eliminate. Another patient experienced fat necrosis. This is a condition that can occur when a person experiences an injury or trauma to an area of fatty tissue. This can result in the fat being replaced with the oily contents of fat cells. The term “necrosis” means the cells have died.

For more detailed reading regarding this study go to: https://academic.oup.com/asj/article/33/2/258/2801330

In conclusion

We would suggest that no one undergoing penis enlargement would wish to experience either granuloma or fat necrosis in their penis post-surgery. This research supports our own deeply held views that the optimum technique for achieving penis enlargement is through non-surgical treatment. Having a non-invasive, aesthetic procedure produces satisfactory and predictable results. Moreover, there are extremely low rates of complication; the filler is extremely reliable, whereas there is risk associated with full-blown surgery.

If you are considering penis enlargement and would like to arrange a consultation, call Dr. Confidence Aesthetics on 0800 955 0034 or send us a text on 07735 723614 for a call back. Alternatively, email us through the Patient Enquiry Form on the website, or email info@drconfidence.co.uk

If you are considering penis enlargement and would like to arrange a consultation, call Dr Confidence Aesthetics on 0800 955 0034 or send us a text on 07735 723614 for a call back. Alternatively, email us through the Patient Enquiry Form on the website, or email info@drconfidence.co.uk.

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