There is no scientific evidence that girth enhancement can affect the size of the penis. The penis is made up of erectile tissue, which is soft and spongy when not erect. When a man is aroused, blood flows into the erectile tissue, causing it to swell and harden. The size of the penis is determined by the amount of blood that can flow into the erectile tissue.
There are many products and procedures on the market that claim to enhance girth, but none of them have been proven to be effective. Some of these products and procedures can even be harmful.
If you are concerned about the size of your penis, it is important to talk to your doctor. They can help you to understand the normal range of penis sizes and can discuss any treatment options that may be right for you.
Girth enhancement procedures, whether surgical or non-surgical, are specifically designed to increase the circumference or thickness of the penis, not its length. These procedures focus on altering the dimensions of the penis to achieve a desired level of girth or thickness. They do not change the overall size of the penis in terms of its length.