New York, NY – With 90% of partners preferring a wider penis, according to the University of Texas, more men are looking for a way to enhance what nature gave him. There is always penis enhancement surgery, but some men want ,a painless and non-surgical technique to attain a wider member. For these men, penis fillers seem to be the answer.
What Are Penis Fillers?
A penis filler, in general terms, is a substance that is injected into the shaft and glans of the penis to increase its size. The fillers used include Juvederm, Restylane, Voluma, and Bellafil, the latter of which offers more permanent results. Some plastic surgeons, like Dr. Elliot Heller, serving all five boroughs in New York, prefer to remove fat from a part of the person’s body, such as the abdomen, and then use that fat to plump-up the penis. But in cases where no fat is available, a dermal filler provides a quick fix.
“Fillers using fat are preferred, because the fat comes from the patient’s own body. Therefore, it’s completely non-toxic and won’t trigger any allergic reactions. It’s all-natural, which many of my patients love,” said Dr. Heller. “But dermal fillers are also completely safe, FDA approved, and are very popular when the patient’s own fat isn’t an option.”
Whichever substance is used, the surgeon will use a tiny needle to inject the material under the skin of the penis. The procedure takes one hour and can increase the width of the penis by 40% in circumference. Repeat procedures can increase penis girth by up to 75%!
With nearly a quarter increase in width, men are said to enjoy more self-esteem and better sex lives. The results will last as long as a year and sometimes longer. It all depends on the patient and how slowly or quickly the all-natural filler resorbs into the body.
Using injectable fillers for penis enlargement is non-surgical in nature and virtually painless, thanks to a numbing cream the surgeon will use on the penis skin prior to the injections being administered.
There is also no downtime. Patients can be in and out of the office in a couple of hours, and the patient can return to normal activities, including sex, within 48 hours. There may be slight bruising, but any effects will diminish in a week or two.
What’s more, many men report feeling more satisfied with their procedures because there is little stress involved. As Dr. Heller comments, “It’s a simple procedure and patients are in and out, yet the effects can enhance the quality of their lives.”
To learn more about dermal fillers and fat injections for male enhancement purposes, contact Allure Plastic Surgery Center, where Dr. Heller offers a free consultation.
About Dr. Elliot Heller: A renowned New York Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Elliot Heller has also become an expert in the PRP-Shot, Filler Male Enhancement, and Penis Enlargement Surgery. He has offices throughout New York and offers free consultations for any man who desires more penis length, girth, or performance using surgical and non-surgical male enhancement techniques.
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New York, NY – Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston just made news around the world when they completed the first penis transplant earlier this month. The patient, Thomas Manning, lost his penis to cancer. Now the 64 year old has a new penis, donated from a deceased man.
“These types of experimental surgeries are so important in the medical world,” says plastic surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller. “As a doctor, I want to help people – and surgeries like this can help patients get back their lives completely, no matter what may have happened in the past.”
The research program that developed the surgery is aimed at helping combat veterans with severe pelvic injuries, as well as accident victims and cancer patients.
If Manning heals as his doctors think he will, he will be able to urinate normally, and will regain all sexual sensation and can return to sexual activity in a few months.
For his part, Manning is encouraging men to speak out publicly about issues such as cancer or injury that may affect their genitals, and to know that they shouldn’t feel ashamed or hide because of it.
“This work is encouraging to me,” says Dr. Heller, who specializes in male enhancement surgeries. “I see the very real psychological effects that can damage men who are self-conscious about their genitals. Thinking something is wrong with their penis, or losing it altogether to injury or disease, can be crippling to a man. These doctors and researchers who have worked to perfect these transplants should be commended.”
Transplant programs in the United States plan to focus heavily on wounded veterans, as suicide rates are exceptionally high in soldiers with damage to their genitals or urinary tract. The team at Massachusetts General Hospital will perfect the technique on civilian volunteer patients, then move on to injured veterans. They will also train military doctors to perform the transplant.
Genitourinary injuries affected 1,367 male soldiers between 2001 and 2013. Almost all of them were under the age of 35.
“It may seem silly, but men often judge their own masculinity by their genitals,” says Dr. Heller. “I see it every day in men who are self-conscious and frightened of intimacy because they don’t think they are normal. This surgery offers the ability to return to a normal life for men who may have lost hope.”
Men who are candidates for the procedure will be put on a waiting list after going through a battery of medical tests, interviews and psychological testing. Once a donor with the correct blodd type and skin tone is found, the patient will be notified. Manning’s transplant surgery took 15 hours, with a dozen surgeons and more than 30 health care workers lending a hand.
Another patient at Massachusetts General Hospital will receive a transplant once a donor comes available. A combat veteran injured in Afghanistan is on a waiting list, and surgeons at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine hope to perform that surgery.
Two other penis transplants have been performed worldwide. In 2006, Chinese doctors performed one, however, that one failed. Doctors in South Africa had success in 2014, and that patient even went on to father a child.
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