Male Enhancement Sugery
Penis Enlargement in NJ
Penis enlargement, which is also called phalloplasty, includes several techniques. These techniques include penis lengthening, penile widening with Alloderm dermal matrix grafts, glanular enhancement, penile reconstruction and curvature correction, and penile implants.
Half of the penis is located inside of the body and is attached to the pubic bone by what is called the suspensory ligament. This suspensory ligament can be released during penis enlargement surgery, resulting in increased length. Typically, this increase can measure 1 to 2 inches. The larger the penis is to begin with, the larger the gain can potentially be (since more penis length will be located inside of the body).
During the procedure, a small incision is made in the pubic region where the pubic hair will conceal the incision site. No incision is made on the penis itself. The suspensory ligament is identified, dissected and released. The width of the penis can be enhanced by either injecting harvested fat or placing Alloderm along the length of it. Also some patients have fat in the pubic regions which can be liposuctioned. This will help expose more of the penis as well.
There are some individuals who present with excess skin in the pubic region resulting in “hidden penis syndrome”. A Pubic Lift is necessary in these instances to remove the excess hanging skin and “lift” the pubic region. This results in more of the penis being visible, thus enhancing the length.
At Associates in Plastic Surgery, we realized that this topic may be sensitive for many people. We always treat every patient inquiring about penis enlargement with the utmost sensitivity and confidentiality. That way the patient can be confident and comfortable enough to have honest discussions about their desires. Once again, realistic expectations are very important and Dr. Heller will personally discuss everything with each patient.