Penile Lengthening and Enlargement Procedure

Non-incision longitudinal procedure

Long penis surgery is a treatment aimed at increasing the length of the penis. The penis is not only externally visible but also partially buried within the body. Long penis surgery involves extracting and fixing this buried portion. When fat accumulates in the lower abdominal area, it can cause the penis to appear shorter due to this buried portion. In such cases, there are clinics that perform surgery to extract the buried part by liposuction. However, this method may require incisions, and even if the fat above the penis is removed, it tends to descend like a ‘Daruma drop,’ necessitating the removal of all abdominal fat. This approach also carries risks like excessive bleeding.

The clinics we introduce do not employ such treatment methods. The part of the penis within the body is buried in the lower abdominal area, and there may be some sagging in that area. We stretch and pull this sagging portion outward without the need for incisions. While some clinics opt for surgical methods involving incisions, our partners use a higher-difficulty, non-incision approach.

Benefits of Enlargement Procedure

Injecting substances like hyaluronic acid into the glans can lead to enlargement. Some individuals may have concerns about the size of their penis. Resolving such complexes can boost confidence. Complexes can also be a cause of erectile dysfunction (ED), so it is recommended for those who are concerned.

In the case of non-incision longitudinal and enlargement procedures, the scars are minimal, making it unlikely that anyone will notice you’ve had surgery even if they see the area. Furthermore, the downtime for returning to daily life is very brief. The scars are only about the size of needle punctures, and there is virtually no bleeding. Additionally, post-operative pain is almost non-existent. As for downtime, activities like alcohol consumption, exercise, bathing, and sexual activity are typically allowed from the next day onwards, so downtime is practically minimal. Moreover, the surgical procedure itself is much quicker, with incision procedures taking around 30 minutes to 1 hour, whereas most cases of non-incision procedures can be completed in under 10 minutes.