The question for many men is, how can I improve my confidence, personally and in the bedroom? As men, the most highly coveted attribute is masculinity, which first comes from the inside—how you feel about yourself—followed by the confidence that you exude. This can be influenced by a few different things, but the main issue is often the appearance and performance of your penis. Whether you’re looking to impress the ladies or hoping to feel strong and look more proportionate, all of these issues can be corrected with penile surgery. So the question is not how can you improve your confidence, but how can I improve my penis? At Australian Centre for Cosmetic and Genital Surgery, there are options that we present to our patients for penile improvements through surgeries to address penis length and girth, testicular modification, and scrotum modification. During your consultation, if those suggestions sound like solutions to your particular problem then the next question to consider is, am I a good candidate for penile surgery?
Penis length is probably one of the most common concerns for our male patients. However, combining a lengthening and widening procedure is often the best way to approach this. Did you know that most men will suffer from a thinning penis over time as the circulation to the groin area is reduced as you age? The lengthening procedure involves a small incision in the lower abdomen, where ligaments that connect your penis to the pelvic wall are cut to allow for extension. Widening of the penis involves Dermal-fat grafts layered within your existing tissues to provide increased girth, which is both a permanent and highly satisfying outcome.
These enhancements will not only improve the appearance of your penis, they can do more than that for you in the bedroom. Since erections require improved circulation through healthy tissues, this procedure may be combined with alternative efforts to improve any erectile dysfunction issues you may be experiencing. Prof Moore can advise you of all of the available solutions during your consultation.
While Prof Moore treats men of all ages, the phalloplasty procedure requires some recovery time before you can engage in sexual activity—about six weeks; it may also be beneficial if you’re circumcised or elect to undergo circumcision, since thickening of your foreskin can potentially cause irritation.
Depending on the current condition of your testicles, whether it’s a functional problem (such as an undescended testicle), a damaged testicle due to injury, or a cosmetic concern, testicle implants can help improve symmetry. If you’ve ever felt that your testicles are on the smaller side, or one is disproportionate to the other, these implants can fix this issue. You have the option of saline or silicone crafted implants that are permanent and individually sized for your needs. Testicle implants can require a few days in the hospital for recovery, and an additional month and half before you resume sexual activity. Candidates for testicle implant procedures are nonsmokers that are in good health and can take the time to fully recover. These implants are cosmetic only, and will not help to improve sperm production or to increase levels of testosterone.
When your scrotum hangs lower than you’d like, it can be more than just the appearance that bothers you. For many men, the issues of sagging or loose skin in the scrotum can interfere with things like exercising and wearing tighter clothing, as well as causing hygiene issues. Chafing and interference from the scrotal skin isn’t something you should have to worry about. Prof Colin Moore can reduce the amount of scrotal skin by removing any excess and tightening what you have so that you feel comfortable and can participate in any activity you want with confidence.
There are a couple of important things to consider if you are thinking about having this surgery. Scrotum reduction can affect sperm production, so if you are thinking of having children, you may want to wait to have this procedure. You should also be aware that any strenuous activity will need to be restricted, since sitting on the scrotum can cause irritation and not allow for complete healing – if you’re someone that likes to go cross-country biking and does it every weekend, then this may not be the procedure for you.
Call Prof Colin Moore at the Australian Centre for Cosmetic and Genital Surgery on 0414 251 234 to schedule a consultation to further discuss your needs and options for penile surgery.