Penile Lengthening Surgery
Penile Lengthening is a relatively new technique in the plastic/cosmetic surgery field. It was first performed in China, in 1984, by Dr. Long Daochau. The success of this procedure made it possible to offer it to adults who have a normal size penis, but who are unhappy with the length of their penis.
In the relatively safe environment of the doctor’s office, many men confide that they experience embarrassment and lowered self-confidence when in the locker room with other men or when in the bedroom with women. They report that they feel “less a man” because of the size of their penis. They believe that having a longer penis will improve their self-esteem and self-confidence, and decrease their constant frustration with the size of their penis. Before surgery, patients usually express excitement. After the surgery, most of them speak enthusiastically about their experience, express satisfaction with the results, and often report a positive sense of feeling "sexier".
This surgery primarily increases the non-erect (flaccid) length of the penis and, to a lesser extent, the erect length. The average penis length that a patient gains as a result of this surgery varies from person to person, and may or may not fall into the normal range of one-half to one-and-one-half additional inches in the flaccid position. Separation of the penis from the pubic bone, combined with suprapubic liposuction, enhances the length of the penis, and additional length can be gained by repositioning the scrotal pubic fold closer to the pubic area.
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