Yes, penis enlargement procedures, particularly surgical ones, can potentially result in changes in the angle or direction of the erect penis. The extent of these changes can vary depending on the specific procedure, techniques used, and individual anatomy. Here are a few ways in which penis enlargement procedures might impact the angle or direction of the erect penis:
- Suspensory Ligament Release: Some surgical procedures involve releasing the suspensory ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone. This can allow the penis to hang lower when flaccid and might result in a change in the angle at which the penis points when erect.
- Implants and Fillers: Procedures that involve the insertion of implants or fillers can potentially alter the shape and angle of the erect penis. These implants can affect the way the penis expands and elongates during erection.
- Scar Tissue Formation: Surgical procedures can result in scar tissue formation. Scar tissue might impact the elasticity and flexibility of the penile tissues, which could influence the angle of the erect penis.
- Surgical Techniques: The specific surgical techniques used can influence the outcome. Surgeons may use different approaches to achieve the desired results, and the choice of technique can impact how the penis responds during erection.
- Individual Variation: Every individual’s anatomy is unique, and the effects of a procedure can vary. Some individuals might experience more noticeable changes in angle, while others might see minimal differences.