penile enhancement NY
New York City, NY – Penile lengthening surgery has become more and more common over the years and is a procedure that has been performed for over 40 years. Men all over the world are searching for ways to gain confidence between the sheets and to fully satisfy their partners. A recent study of college age males shows that the average penis size is between 5-7 inches erect. 10% of men have larger erect penises than 7 inches and 10% had penises that were smaller than 7 inches erect.
In 2015 a study by the Public Library of Science showed that heterosexual women prefer their long term partners to have a penis 6.3 inches in length. The same study also showed that women prefer a slightly longer penis of 6.4 inches for one time sexual encounters. That being said, it’s safe to say there has never been a shortage of men who wish that they had a longer penis. One of the most effective ways to reach the goal of having a longer penis is to have penile lengthening surgery.
Most people are not aware that about half of the penis is located inside of the body. The part of the penis that is inside the body is attached to the suspensory ligament and causes the penis to curve with the pubic bone. Penile lengthening procedure consists of surgically cutting the suspensory ligament and allowing the penis to drop away from the pubic bone to the outside of the body. By cutting the suspensory ligament the penis will also be at a much different angle because it is no longer at a curve with the pubic bone. This allows the penis to look much longer while flaccid. After the procedure is complete the penis must be wrapped with doctor recommended medical grade wraps.
After the two week period of wrapping the penis, men are instructed to use the provided stretching device. The stretching is a very necessary part of this procedure to ensure that the penis doesn’t retract, allowing the suspensory ligament to heal itself into the previous position. Once the penis is completely healed from the operation, on average, most men see growth of up to 2.5 inches. This leaves patients much more confident sexually and they live with better quality of life.
If you are in the New York area and seeking penile enhancement, including penile lengthening surgery, call Dr. Heller at 1 (866) 477-2023. He also performs penis widening, scrotal lift, circumcision and more.
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New York, NY – Circumcision: The topic remains one of lively debate and discussion, as new studies and information are always occurring. While most American men are circumcised, many are not. And men born in other countries where circumcision is not as prevalent may opt for the procedure as adults.
Circumcision, or the surgical removal of the penis’s foreskin, is often done at birth in the United States. While the rate of the nation’s circumcisions has been on the decline lately, the American Academy of Pediatrics has said that the benefits outweigh the risks when it comes to this procedure.
Whether the reasons are cultural, social, religious, health-based, or personal, there’s no doubt that there are benefits to getting circumcised as an adult. “We’re seeing more and more evidence that circumcision can actually help protect men’s health,” says New York plastic surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller.
Among other potential upsides, here are the ways circumcision may be good for men:
- Decreased risk of infection. Common ailments like urinary tract infections (UTIs) are notably lower in circumcised men.
- Lower risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The following diseases are less likely to be spread by those who have been circumcised:
- Genital herpes
- Genital ulcers
- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in heterosexual men
- Human papillomavirus (HPV)
- Possible protection against penile cancer. While penile cancer is quite rare, its spread is linked to HPV, and thus a reduction of the latter could aid a decrease in the former. Thus, some data suggests that circumcision may help prevent penile cancer.
- Reduced risk of prostate cancer. Some studies suggest that men who were circumcised before becoming sexually active were about 15% less likely to develop prostate cancer than those who were not.
- Smaller risk of spreading cervical cancer to female partners. This is due to the decreased risk of transmitting HPV, certain strains of which can cause cervical cancer and others that can cause genital warts.
- Being able to last longer during intercourse. As foreskin allows greater sensitivity in the glans (head of the) penis, that is a detriment to some men. Those who have been circumcised as adults note that ejaculation can take more time, meaning intercourse can be more pleasurable and longer lasting. Some men even say that circumcision has helped their sexual performance.
- Easier genital hygiene. Without foreskin in the way, it’s much easier to maintain a clean genital area, and thus greatly reduce the likelihood of many types of infection.
- Prevention of rare conditions. Several unpleasant and painful penile disorders can be prevented by circumcision:
- Balanitis, or inflammation of the glans penis itself
- Balanoposthitis, or inflammation of both the glans penis and the foreskin
- Phimosis, or the inability to retract the foreskin
- Paraphimosis, or the inability to return the foreskin to its initial location
Of course, any surgery has risks associated with it, and circumcision is no exception. As with every medical procedure, it’s always best to consult with a professional plastic surgeon well-versed in the type of work you want done.
To find out more about adult circumcision or to schedule a free surgical consultation, contact one of Dr. Heller’s offices today!
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