How to Get a Bigger Penis with the Prometheus Procedure by Dr. Malik
You deserve to be confident in your body and proud of what you offer your partner. Unfortunately, the penis enlargement industry is full of unproven claims, health risks, unpleasant side effects, and even dangerous methods. That doesn’t mean there is no hope. Dr. Malik created the Prometheus Procedure as an answer to the men who want a low-risk, permanent, nonsurgical penis enlargement option.
Why Enlarge Your Penis?
Is a bigger penis necessary for a good sex life and relationship? Of course not. However, having a penis you are proud of can change your self-confidence in and out of the bedroom. We’ve seen it change a man’s whole outlook on his life, giving him a boost in self-esteem that you see a mile away. That confidence translates into stronger relationships, more willingness to socialize, and a happier, well-rounded life. Confidence makes you sexier. It isn’t just about getting a bigger penis; it’s about being who you want to be.
Who Gets Penis Enlargement?
There is no one kind of man who comes into Prometheus by Dr. Malik. We see single men, as well as men who have been married for decades. We see straight men, gay men, and everything in between. Men from all career fields, backgrounds, and locations come to us for treatment. Men travel to Atlanta from across Georgia and even from across the U.S. to see Dr. Malik. Penis enlargement is for all men.
What Men Should Know About Penis Enlargement
If you are looking for how to get a bigger penis, you need to do your research. Not all options are the same, and some carry big risks. Don’t put your health and sex life on the line for a bigger penis—especially when there are better penis enlargement options out there.
Male Enhancement Pills, Lotions, and Products
From over-the-counter pills and creams to extenders and exercises, the penis enlargement market is overloaded with companies trying to convince you they have the golden ticket to a bigger penis. The truth is, they won’t work.
Don’t fall for the sexy advertisements. Most pills and creams have ingredients that may increase blood flow or help if you have erectile dysfunction. However, no amount of horny goat weed will make your penis bigger. Many formulas also have ingredients that cause side effects and can interact with other medications.
Penis extenders and jelqing exercises appeal to lots of men because they are affordable, accessible, and noninvasive, but that doesn’t mean they are a good idea. Neither method has proven results. Additionally, too much pressure on your penis can cause damage to the nerves, tissues, and veins.
Penis vacuum pumps may work temporarily, but they also carry risks of creating scar tissue and causing erectile dysfunction over time.
Surgical Penis Enlargement
Surgical penis enlargement procedures are obviously invasive, so they carry the most risks. There is also potential for side effects, some of which may be permanent. Some of the most common risks include:
- Complications with anesthesia
- Wounds that won’t heal
- Changes in penis shape, such as curving
Penis enlargement surgery is also cost prohibitive for most people, requiring between $16,000 to $30,000 out of pocket depending on the specific procedure and your location.
Dr. Malik: Atlanta Penis Enlargement Specialist
If you are wondering how to enlarge your penis safely and reliably, you need a physician who specializes in male sexual health. Dr. Malik is a double-board certified physician who sees patients in Atlanta for penis shaft, glans (head), and scrotal enlargement.
Dr. Malik noticed the demand for penis enlargement was increasing every year, but men were frustrated with their options. Over-the-counter products don’t work. Penis enlargement surgery is invasive and risky. To help develop a better option, he worked with industry-leading male enhancement physicians such as Dr. Victor Loria, DO.
Dr. Malik further refined the technique of collagen-layering activation, creating the exclusive Prometheus Procedure. Now he performs the procedure in Atlanta, GA, at his male enhancement clinic Prometheus by Dr. Malik. He also trains other physicians around the country on his technique and was recently named Best Male Enhancement Physician in Atlanta.
The Prometheus Procedure
The Prometheus Procedure by Dr. Malik is a permanent dermal filler injection technique for penis enlargement.
There are three steps to the Prometheus Procedure:
- Numbing Cream
After you get comfortable, the first step is applying a topical numbing cream.
- Local Anesthetic
Once the numbing cream has taken effect, a lidocaine injection will ensure the procedure is virtually painless.
- Collagen-Stimulating Permanent Filler
Dr. Malik treats the penile shaft, glans, and scrotum as per the patient’s procedure plan with multiple microinjections of the collagen-layering activation filler. At the end of the procedure, the affected areas are wrapped in gauze.
Nonsurgical, Low-Risk Procedure
Your Body’s Own Collagen
Collagen is a protein that appears in your body’s muscles, bones, cartilage, and muscles, including the penis. After the filler is applied under the skin of the penis, glans, or scrotum, your body absorbs it and replaces it with your natural collagen. This additional collagen enlarges the area.
Unlike temporary dermal fillers that dissolve over time, the Prometheus Procedure is permanent and doesn’t need to be repeated once you reach your goal size. Some men meet their goal with one treatment, but many of our patients want the size gains that come from multiple treatments.
Typical circumference gains are as follows:
- XL One treatment: gain ½ to ¾ inch in girth
- 2XL Two treatments: gain 1 to 1.5 inches in girth
- 3XL Three treatments: gain 1.5+ inches in girth
Dr. Malik’s Guarantee
Dr. Malik offers a guarantee to make sure you are happy with the results of your treatment. Minimum guaranteed gains:
- XL= ½ inch
- 2XL = 1 inch
- 3XL = Over 1 inch
Learn More About The Prometheus Procedure
We want to help you get more self-confidence and sexual satisfaction. Contact us for a free consultation to answer your questions about pricing, financing, and treatment recommendations.