When deciding if a penis enlargement surgery is right for you, we suggest doing plenty of research – such as reading patient testimonials and viewing penis enlargement surgery before and after images.
If you’re interested in learning more helpful information about enlargement surgery, then you’re in the right place. With decades of experience as a top-rated urologist and plastic surgeon, Dr. Elist has performed thousands of Penuma Implant surgeries during his career, and thoroughly understands the risks and benefits of this procedure.
Our before and after gallery can help provide a better understanding of what type of results may be possible. However, every individual is different – as such there is no guarantee for the outcome of your procedure. You can also look at our patient testimonials to get a better understanding of this procedure.
After reviewing our patient testimonials and our gallery of post-procedure photos, you’ve decided that this surgery is right for you – the next step is to schedule a consultation. During your consultation with Dr. Elist, he will go over all possible complications, risks, benefits, as well as non-surgical alternatives.
Increased girth of 1 to 2 inches on average
During a penis enlargement surgery, the Penuma Implant is placed under the skin through a small incision at the base of the penis. The implant is then situated along the shaft of the penis just above the corpus cavernosum.
The procedure is brief and typically sees patients home the same day. After the surgery our professionals will conduct post-operative checkups to assess the implant, mitigate risk of infection and to ensure the comfort of our patients. To read more about Penuma Implant Surgery, check out this page.
If you are ready to take the next step in your penile enlargement journey, give us a call today to schedule your consultation. We will help you to determine if you are a good candidate for the Penuma Implant.
The above discussion is for informational purposes only and should not be used for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with a physician before pursuing surgery.