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The most common methods of enlarging the penis involve lengthening and widening. These techniques can be performed either as separate operations, together in a single surgery, or in a two-stage process of lengthening followed by a widening procedure six to 12 months later.
Most men are good candidates for penis enlargement surgery to both lengthen and widen the penis. Genital surgery may not be appropriate for men with illnesses such as cancer, diabetes or HIV.
Approximately one-third to one-half of the penis is inside the body, where it is attached to the undersurface of the pubic bone by suspensory ligaments. These ligaments make the penis arch under the pubic bone. Surgically releasing these ligaments brings more of the penis outside the body, allowing it to protrude further outward on a straighter path and providing more functional length.
The successful procedure that widen the penis involve grafting procedure – fat graft technique.
Fat grafts are usually taken from the patient’s abdomen or thigh and passed under the penile skin. The grafts are obtained by small cannula under local anaesthesia. It is then injected under the penile skin to bring out an increase in size of the penis.
Both lengthening and widening the penis through plastic surgery is performed on an outpatient basis, either at a hospital or in a private surgical facility, using a combination of anesthetic techniques that assure a painless surgical experience.