Penoplasty, also known as penile augmentation or phalloplasty, is a surgical procedure aimed at increasing the size or girth of the penis. It is typically performed for cosmetic reasons, although it may also be considered in cases of penile deformities or microphallus (unusually small penis).

There are different techniques used in penoplasty surgery, and the specific procedure depends on the desired outcome and the surgeon’s expertise. Here are a few commonly used methods:
⦁ Lengthening: This technique involves releasing the suspensory ligament of the penis to allow for increased external length. By disconnecting the ligament from the pubic bone, more of the internal portion of the penis is brought forward, resulting in a longer visible penis when flaccid. It’s worth noting that this procedure does not affect the size of the erect penis.
⦁ Girth enhancement: This technique aims to increase the circumference or girth of the penis. There are various methods used for girth enhancement, including fat transfer, dermal grafts, or injectable fillers. Fat transfer involves removing fat from one part of the body, such as the abdomen or thighs, and injecting it into the penile shaft to increase its girth.

It’s important to note that penoplasty surgery is a complex procedure that carries certain risks and potential complications, including bleeding, infection, scarring, asymmetry, and dissatisfaction with the results. Additionally, the outcomes of penile augmentation surgery may not always meet the patient’s expectations, as the actual increase in size may be limited.

Before considering penoplasty surgery, it is advisable to consult with a qualified and experienced urologist or plastic surgeon who specializes in this area. They can provide a thorough evaluation, discuss the available options, and help determine if penoplasty is the right choice for you.