The second surgery for penis size concerns penis enlargement in terms of thickness. The point here is to increase the thickness without having hard areas that injure the skin. In the past, fat and parts of skin and fat were used. Both operations fell into disfavor, because there was an unpredictable absorption of the implants, ie the fat or parts of the skin and fat, resulting in the elimination of surface irregularities. The most successful technique today involves the placement of synthetic implants that promote the production of new tissue and achieve a double action: they are integrated under the skin evenly and provide the desired enlargement. Depending on the body type, it can be combined with lengthening surgery.
The operation briefly
With an incision at the base of the penis and one at the end, in folds that are not visible, the synthetic implant is inserted. The incisions are sewn and a special corset is placed.
Stay in the hospital
The patient leaves on the same day.
After a while the incisions are not visible.
They are absorbable and will go away on their own.
Abstinence from sexual intercourse for at least 3-4 weeks and return to daily life in about 1 week.
A complete medical history should be taken before any surgery. As a precautionary measure, we stop any homeopathic or herbal preparation, aspirin and anti-inflammatory for 10 days before surgery and for 3 days after. It would be helpful at the first meeting to have a list of prescription drugs.
If you are a smoker, try to quit for 4 weeks before and after surgery. Alternatively, you can reduce your cigarettes to 5 a day, as this can reduce the chances of complications.
Risks and Complications
Although penis enlargement surgery is safe and effective, there are risks involved. Therefore, it is important to have a thorough consultation with a certified plastic surgeon about possible complications from the operation, which may include bruising, bleeding, swelling, incision rupture, infection, loss of penile thickness, injury nerve or erectile dysfunction. Further surgery may be required to correct any of these complications.