Penis Filler Procedure London
Penis dermal fillers (non-surgical or medical penoplasty) have been a popular option in recent years, and they are an excellent alternative to penis enlargement surgery or penis fat.
The penis filler therapy is similar to having autologous fat injection surgery, except that instead of using the patient’s own fat, hyaluronic gel is injected under the penile skin to augment the size.
The filler has the primary advantage of being able to be performed under local anaesthetic in a treatment room rather than a surgical theatre. This means that the entire procedure takes around an hour, there is no downtime, and you can resume your normal daily activities immediately following the treatment. As a result, it is also substantially less expensive, and fillers have a very good safety profile.
Treatment is done in two sessions, typically 4-6 weeks apart, and is done under local anaesthesia, so it is a walk-in-walk-out treatment that takes about an hour.
Benefits of Medical Penoplasty Over Surgery
Prior to the discovery and improvement of medical penoplasty, the only alternative available to males seeking penis enhancement was surgery. So, for several reasons, medical penoplasty with Hyaluronic Acid (HA) gel is a highly novel technique:
- Complications are substantially less likely.
- Downtime and post-operative care are limited to 5 to 8 days.
- The treatment is painless.
- The treatment is carried out under local anaesthetic.
- The technique is reversible and reproducible.
- HA gels are a safe, scientifically established solution for various parts of the body and the face that have been used in millions of treatments throughout the world.
- The end outcome is obvious nearly immediately.
- Following the initial two treatment sessions, touch-ups are allowed if necessary.
What outcomes are possible?
A dermal filler therapy increases the girth of the penis primarily, but the growth is gradually absorbed and must be reversed every 12-18 months. The treatment’s ‘half-life’ is around a year.
The circumference can rise by 2 to 4cm, and the length can increase by 1cm to 2cm. The size of the penis can differ between men, both at rest and during erection, and the rise is determined by the volume of filler used as well as the current anatomy of the penis. The first treatment session will normally consist of 10mls of dermal filler, and the second session will consist of 5-10mls – however the exact amount used will be determined during the medical consultation.
It is a process that allows a man to regain confidence, especially when he is flaccid (resting). Some men may have lost faith in their virility, particularly when comparing their sex to that of others.
It is crucial to note, however, that this procedure does not improve sexual performance but can have an effect on sensations for the patient and his partner as well as an increase in confidence, which might impact the overall quality of the patient’s sexual intercourse.
Motivation for Treatment
Men’s intimate anatomy is fraught with complications. Whether it is a man’s ability to function or perform, or his confidence and the internal pressures he faces with confidence and peer pressure, all of these can cause anxiety and have a devastating effect on self-esteem, social interactions, intimate relationships with a partner, and overall quality of life.
Within the last ten years, the medical aesthetic business has seen an increase in demand for this technique. The penis is a symbol of virility, strength, and youth in our modern society, to the point where it has become symbolic for this. This image has also been widely disseminated via depictions of a male ideal on social media, in advertising, and, ultimately, in the porn business. This has recently led to the “locker room complex” – a sense of shame or embarrassment about the size of one’s penis at rest in comparison to others’ in sports changing rooms, swimming pools, saunas, or hammams – which is also one of the main reasons why many men decide to undergo a medical penoplasty.
Each patient will have a comprehensive initial consultation with Dr Shirin, which will involve a medical and physiological assessment to fully grasp the often-complex circumstances surrounding his treatment motives. If it is determined that the treatment is in the patient’s best interests and is primarily for medical reasons (either physical or psychological or both), rather than purely cosmetic reasons, a treatment care plan can be provided, and treatment can be offered after a minimum cooling-off period of at least 48 hours.
What exactly is the initial consultation?
A consultation is always required, and therapy will not be provided at the initial visit. The consultation is vital for two reasons: (1) it allows for a complete medical assessment and treatment plan to be developed, and (2) it allows you to gather information and ask questions to confirm that the therapy is something you want to pursue.
The consultation will also include:
Pay close attention to your motivations and expectations.
Determine the number of syringes required, the number of sessions required, and the treatment cost. The average cost is roughly £2,500.
Measuring is also essential.
What is the therapy method?
Although the therapy is not surgical, we adhere to the highest hygiene and care requirements to provide a safe treatment.
We shall use a topical anaesthetic lotion as well as tiny injections to completely numb the treatment region to make it more comfortable.
During the treatment, there will be a chaperone as well as the doctor in the room, and you can want a male or female chaperone.
The treatment visit is usually for an hour, although the technique itself takes less time, and you will be trained how to massage the area post-treatment.
What is the aftercare?
After the surgery, you can resume your normal life with the following post-treatment recommendations:
Massage for two to three days (the practitioner will show you how to perform it after the injections).
After 5 days, sporting activities (excluding running) can be resumed immediately.
There will be no water-based sports for 5 days.
Antibiotics for 5 days if necessary
There will be no sexual activity for 8-14 days.