Penis Enlargement Surgery What You Should Know

What Are Penis Enlargement Surgeries?

Penis enlargement surgeries are procedures designed to increase the girth or length of the penis. There are various procedures available, including the transfer of fat cells, silicone implants, cosmetic surgeries, and more. Depending on your health and your body goals, your healthcare provider will work with you to determine which surgery may be best for you.

At Front Door MedSpa®, we want all of our patients to be as informed as they can be when making decisions about altering their bodies. While we offer Steeyl® male girth enhancement to help increase girth size, there are alternative surgeries out there. Read below to understand what other types of penile enlargement surgeries there are and which one may be best suited for you. 

Before Penis Enlargement Surgery

Just like with any surgery, you’ll have to answer specific questions to determine your eligibility for a penis enlargement procedure. These questions can include:

  • Are you healthy enough to undergo surgery and anesthesia?
  • Do you understand the risks of the procedure?
  • Do you smoke or use tobacco?
  • Are you circumcised?
  • Do you have any health conditions?
  • Do you take medications that may interfere with recovery?
  • Have you had previous pelvic surgery?
  • Have you taken any required psychological examinations?

Your answers to these questions above will help your healthcare providers determine if you’re healthy enough to go through with a penis enlargement surgery.

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Types of Penis Enlargement Surgeries

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are a cosmetic penis enlargement treatment where hyaluronic acid (or another substance depending on the provider) is injected under the skin of your penis. It may help increase the girth of your penis, and the results can last one to two years.

At Front Door MedSpa®, we offer Steeyl© male girth enhancement treatment. Call our Rochester office today to schedule your appointment. Our specialists will help you reach your body goals!


Botox injections can be used to help increase the quality and duration of erections, decrease premature ejaculation, and reduce hyperactive retraction. This can also help the penis hang more and thus appear longer. Botox for penis enhancement, called Bull-Tox at Front Door MedSpa®, is a non-surgical procedure that requires four injections into the dartos muscle of the penis. To maintain results, we recommend repeated botox treatments.

Fat Injection or Fat Transfer

You’ll undergo a procedure where your surgeon will remove fat cells from a fatty area of the body and inject those cells into the penis shaft. They’ll create small incisions into the sides of the penis and inject those purified fat cells into those areas. 

It’s important to understand that results vary widely with this procedure. Some of the injected fat cells may spread unevenly or be reabsorbed by the body. If this happens, your penis may curve, be unevenly shaped, or look irregular. 

Silicon Penile Implants

Underdoing penile implant surgery requires the insertion of a silicone device under the skin of the penis to make it look longer and wider. Your surgeon makes an incision above the penis and then inserts the silicon device through it onto the shaft of the penis. The implant is shaped to ensure the proper size and fit for your penis. 

If an infection or other problems arise, it may require another surgery to remove the implant. After undergoing this surgery, you may experience scaring, shortening, or curving of the penis. The procedure may also affect your ability to get an erection. 

Suspensory Ligament Division

A suspensory ligament division surgery involves lengthening the penis by cutting the suspensory ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone. During the surgery, your surgeon will cut the ligament and move the skin away from the abdomen to the penis shaft. While it may appear as though the flaccid penis hangs lower and longer, it doesn’t actually increase the penis size. 

In certain cases, severing the suspensory ligament may also be combined with other procedures, including the removal of extra fat over the pubic bone. 

Tissue Grafting

Tissue grafting may be used to help increase the length or width of the penis. The surgeon will take a piece of skin or fat layer from another place on the body and then sew it onto the shaft of the penis. In some cases, the graft may consist of other materials.

After Penis Enlargement Surgery

You’ll be given aftercare instructions before the start of your procedure. These will differ depending on the type of procedure you have. You may be prescribed pain medication. If you’ve undergone a more invasive procedure, you may need to rest and refrain from physical and intimate activity for up to six weeks.

Are There Risks or Possible Complications?

Each penile growth surgery comes with the possibilty of risks or complications. Your provider should always inform you of these before deciding to go through with the procedure. 

Some of the most common risks or complications include:

  • Scarring or an inflammatory reaction
  • Bruising along the penis or operation site
  • Changes in the shape of your penis
  • Bad reaction to anesthesia
  • Bleeding at the incision
  • Infection
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Temporary loss of sensation
  • Pain with erection
  • Dissatisfaction with the results

If you have any questions about penile nhancement, visit our penis enlargement FAQ page where our Rochester specialists provide you with the answers you’re seeking.

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Find Out if Penis Enlargement Surgery is Right for You

If you’re not satisfied with the appearance of your penis and you’re considering an enlargement surgery, make sure you talk thoroughly with your healthcare provider to ensure it’s right for you. If you have any questions about penis enlargement, reach out to our Rochester med spa team by calling 248-413-5835, texting 248-453-9904, or filling out our convenient onlin contact form.

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