Non-surgical Penis Enlargement
Changing the size of your penis necessitates a change in your anatomy. This means that there are no pills, lotions, or other medical items that might increase the size of your penis. As a result, penile enlargement surgery remains the gold standard in penis augmentation (length and girth enhancement).
For men who are not surgical candidates or are concerned about it, it is feasible to enhance the girth and glans of their penis using a filler called Hyaluronic Acid, which is typically used for facial issues.
The Hyaluronic Acid girth enlargement procedure involves injecting the filler into the penis under local anaesthesia. This results in a reduced overall cost and less downtime, but patients should be warned that the results are NOT permanent, as the body absorbs the vast majority of the filler within a year.
Non-surgical Girth and Glans Augmentation Questions and Answers
What filler do you use to make the penis bigger?
Dermal fillers are classified into two types: synthetic and natural derived, such as Hyaluronic Acid.
There is a trade-off between synthetic and natural fillers; natural fillers will eventually be absorbed by the body, whereas synthetic fillers (depending on the type) are permanent. Synthetic fillers, on the other hand, can induce allergic reactions and are difficult to remove if there is movement or lumping.
Because most of these fillers are often used in tiny amounts for wrinkle repair, migration or lumping in this context is unusual. This is not always the case with penis enlargement. For starters, a substantial amount of filler is required (10 to 40ml depending on penis size), and because the penis changes form and size during sexual activity, the risk of lumping or migration is significant.
As a result, we exclusively employ natural fillers that are not permanent and will be absorbed if the results are not satisfied. Second, by injecting an antidote, hyaluronic acid (our preferred filler) can be broken down. This means that, while the results are less lasting, the hazards of hyaluronic acid penis enlargement are substantially lower than those of other synthetic fillers. As a result, these processes lessen the possibility of the results not being satisfactory to the individual.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring structural component of skin and is found in connective tissue throughout the human body. This also means that the danger of allergic reactions is far reduced than with synthetic fillers. For example, if an allergic response arises as a result of a modest volume of filler being injected into a wrinkle, it is readily managed. However, if an allergic reaction develops after 30ml of a difficult-to-remove synthetic filler is injected into the penis, the outcomes can be disastrous.
As a result, we do not advocate any synthetic fillers like Artefill (PPMA), Linen 10, or Radiesse for penis growth.
Please keep in mind that there is a wide variety of Hyaluronic Acid fillers available, each with its own set of characteristics (particle size, concentration, manufacturing process) and, as a result, different properties in terms of duration, viscosity, the propensity to migrate and form nodules, and, of course, price!
Ellanse, another absorbable filler that can be utilized, is re-absorbable but lasts longer than Hyaluronic Acid. The primary difference is that Ellanse cannot be reversed if the results are unsatisfactory, therefore you must wait for the filler to be absorbed, which can take up to 24 months.
In fact, despite being a surgical treatment, autologous fat injection remains our preferred technique for girth enhancement since it offers the best possibilities in terms of patient safety, reversibility, cosmetic outcome, and duration of results.
How much filler do I require?
Most men will require anything between 10ml and 40ml, depending on the results they want and their existing penis size.
How long will it last?
This varies by patient (depending on the patient’s metabolism). The effects will fade gradually over time, which could take anywhere from 6 months to two years. The majority of patients will require a top-up every year.
What outcomes can be anticipated?
The amount of filler injected will determine the outcome, but in general, we recommend striving for a result that is proportionate (to the size of the glans) and aesthetically acceptable. The majority of patients anticipate a 30% increase in penile girth.
How long does it take to administer the injection?
The entire procedure is quite simple and is conducted as an outpatient procedure without the use of general anaesthesia. You should allow around one hour for your treatment, after which you can resume your daily activities.
What need I do to get ready for the treatment?
There is no need to prepare anything. Most patients should first have a consultation to see if they are excellent candidates for this type of treatment, and then if they decide to proceed, they can have the treatment at a follow-up session.
How much does the treatment cost?
Depending on the manufacturer, filler expenses can range from £3000 including a P Shot with Filler. We are continually looking for the best fillers, and the most expensive does not always imply the best.
What should I do following the treatment?
The doctor will instruct you on how to massage your penis in order to achieve an even result and avoid lumping.
How much time do I need to take off work to receive the treatment?
The advantage of non-surgical penis enlargement is that you do not have to miss any work. You can instantly resume your normal routine.
How soon after therapy can I resume sexual activity?
Unless your doctor advises otherwise, sexual activity can usually be resumed after 2 weeks.
Will I be in pain after the procedure?
Mild pain and discomfort are to be expected, but they can be addressed with over-the-counter pain relievers.
What are the possible ramifications?
The most common problems with dermal fillers in general include early pain, edema, and bruising. Even with semi-permanent fillers, fillers can cause cysts, bumps, lumps (called nodules), skin abnormalities, and/or inflammatory tissue to persist. Allergic reactions are possible, but they are uncommon, especially with today’s newest fillers. Dermal fillers can cause a breakout if you have cold sores. Infection is always a possibility, but it is exceedingly rare and simple to cure.
Not surprisingly, the most common worries about dermal fillers revolve about the procedure’s outcomes. Poor or improper placement, unevenness, and migration are all possibilities. These issues can be corrected by experienced practitioners, and with short-term fillers, they can typically be reversed or progressively absorbed.