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Penile Girth Enlargement Methods Comparison: Implants, Fat Transfer, and Fillers

Penis size is often seen as a symbol of masculinity and sexual power, impacting men’s self-esteem and sexual function. Many men are seeking medical solutions for penis enlargement to get a larger penis. Many procedures are advertised for penis enlargement, including silicone implants, fat transfer, and dermal fillers. This blog post explores three approaches to penis girth enhancement. It shows the pros and cons of each method and explains why dermal fillers are often the best choice for safely increasing penis size and girth.

Silicone Implants

Silicone implants are a surgical technique for penis enlargement. This procedure involves inserting a pre-formed silicone implant beneath the skin of the penis. The goal of this procedure is to enhance both the girth and, to a certain extent, the penis length. Yet, it is an invasive process that requires general anesthesia and carries risks such as infection, scarring, and potentially negative results with both the appearance and sensation of the penis. Additionally, recovery time is needed, and some men may find the results unnatural.

Pros:

  • Larger increase in girth: Implants may offer a significant and permanent increase in penis size.
  • Longer-lasting results: Once implanted, the results are usually permanent, without repeat procedures.

Cons:

  • Surgical procedure: This is an invasive surgery with risks of anesthesia, bleeding, and infection.
  • Higher cost: The surgery is expensive, and potential complications might need follow-up procedures.
  • Potential complications: There is a risk of implant movement, wearing through the skin, and infection.
  • Loss of sensation: Numbness in the penis can occur due to nerve damage during surgery.
  • Reduced flexibility: The silicone implant may affect the natural bend and flex of the penis shaft.
  • Psychological impact: Unrealistic expectations or complications can lead to psychological distress.
  • Scarring: Surgery will leave scars, though placement can reduce visibility.
  • Not reversible: Removal of the silicone implant is another surgery with its own risks.

Medical professionals do not usually recommend silicone implants due to the high risk of complications. Safer and more effective options may be available.

Fat Transfer

Penis enlargement through fat transfer, also known as fat grafting or lipofilling, uses your own body tissue to increase penis size. During the procedure, fat is suctioned from the abdomen or thighs using liposuction. The fat is then processed to remove impurities, leaving only healthy fat cells. Finally, the fat cells are injected into areas of the penis to achieve a larger penis size.

Pros:

  • Natural Feel: Fat is your own tissue, offering a more natural feel than synthetic implants.
  • Minimally Invasive: Compared to implant surgery, fat transfer is less invasive with a shorter recovery time.
  • Potentially Permanent: While some fat reabsorption can occur, results can sometimes be long-lasting.

Cons:

  • Unpredictable Results: The body may reabsorb some of the injected fat, leading to inconsistent or uneven girth.
  • Multiple Procedures: Extra procedures might be needed to achieve desired results. This can increase cost and recovery time.
  • Infection Risk: With all surgeries, there’s a risk of infection at the injection site or donor site.
  • Scarring: Liposuction and injection sites may leave scars, though typically minimal.
  • Limited Increase: The amount of fat that can be safely transferred is limited, so significant girth gains might not be achievable.
  • Donor Site Issues: The liposuction procedure carries risks like bleeding and nerve damage.
  • Cost: The procedure can be expensive, and repeat treatments can add to the cost.

Fat transfer offers a more natural approach to penis enlargement than silicone implants. Yet, it has its limitations and potential complications. Consulting an experienced medical professional is key to understanding the risks and benefits and to discuss alternative options for penis enlargement and enhancement.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are a popular choice for non-surgical penis enlargement. Penis fillers offer a temporary boost in girth by adding volume to the penis tissue. The science behind this is in the safe injection of biocompatible filler material into the penis. Once injected, the material mixes with the existing tissue, temporarily increasing penis size.

Pros:

  • Non-invasive: Dermal fillers are quicker, safer, and less invasive than surgeries. They also have a shorter recovery time.
  • Virtually painless: Anesthesia is often used to reduce discomfort during the injection process.
  • Faster results: You’ll see visible penis girth enhancement immediately after the procedure.
  • Long-lasting: The effects are long-lasting, as the dermal filler will be naturally dissolved by the body over one to two years or even longer.
  • Affordable: Compared to surgeries, dermal fillers are a less expensive option.

Cons:

  • Limited increase: Dermal fillers provide an instant but modest increase in penis girth, usually around 1-2 cm.
  • Repeat treatments: To maintain results, repeat procedures are sometimes needed.
  • Potential complications: While very rare, there’s a risk of infection, allergic reaction, misplaced filler, and priapism. It’s important to select a reputable Canadian penis enlargement clinic to perform the procedure.

Our Dermal Filler Technique

Pollock Clinics offers penile enlargement using dermal fillers. We do not perform surgical implants or fat transfers. Our technique is popular with patients for the reasons listed above, and we encourage you to call or email our clinic if you have any questions.

Conclusion

Silicone implants and fat transfers can increase penis girth, but they involve surgery and have high risks. If you are unhappy with your penis size and are considering risky surgeries, why not book a consultation with Pollock Clinics today? We can help you determine if you are a good candidate for safe, non-surgical penis enlargement with dermal fillers.