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Penis Implant

Can phalloplasty increase the size of the penis?

No, phalloplasty does not increase the size of the penis. Phalloplasty is a surgical procedure to construct a penis for people who have been born with a micropenis or who have had their penis removed due to injury or disease. The procedure involves using tissue from another part of the body, such as the arm or leg, to create a new penis. The size of the new penis will be determined by the amount of tissue that is available.

There are a few other surgical procedures that can be done to increase the size of the penis, but these procedures are not always successful and can have serious side effects. One procedure is called penile lengthening, which involves cutting the suspensory ligament that attaches the penis to the pubic bone. This releases the penis and allows it to hang lower, which can make it appear longer. However, this procedure can also cause pain and numbness in the penis.

Another procedure is called penile girth enhancement, which involves injecting fat or silicone into the penis. This can make the penis appear thicker, but it is not a permanent solution and the fat or silicone can eventually be absorbed by the body.

If you are considering surgery to increase the size of your penis, it is important to talk to a doctor about the risks and benefits of all of the available options.

Phalloplasty can increase the size of the penis, but the extent of the size increase depends on various factors, including the surgical technique used, the choice of donor site for the tissue flap, and individual patient characteristics.

During phalloplasty, the surgeon typically uses a flap of skin, tissue, and blood vessels from another part of the body (such as the forearm, thigh, or abdomen) to create the neophallus (new penis). The size of the neophallus can vary based on the amount of tissue available from the chosen donor site and the surgeon’s skill in shaping and sculpting the phallus.

Here are some key points to consider regarding the size of the neophallus after phalloplasty:

  1. Donor Site Selection: The choice of donor site can impact the size and characteristics of the neophallus. For example, the radial forearm flap often provides a smaller and thinner neophallus compared to the anterolateral thigh (ALT) flap, which can offer a larger and thicker phallus. Abdominal flaps may provide even more tissue for a larger phallus.
  2. Individual Variability: The size of the neophallus can vary among individuals, as it depends on the patient’s anatomy, body size, and the availability of donor tissue. Surgeons work closely with patients to discuss their goals and expectations for the size and appearance of the phallus.
  3. Aesthetic and Functional Considerations: While size is a factor, the surgical team also considers the overall aesthetic appearance and functional aspects of the neophallus. Achieving a phallus that is proportional to the patient’s body and that functions well for urination and, potentially, sexual activity is important.
  4. Refinements: Additional stages or refinements of phalloplasty may be performed to further shape and contour the neophallus to meet the patient’s desired size and appearance.

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