Do you ever wish you had a larger penis? You’re not the only one. In fact, 45% of men desire a larger penis. There are different reasons why men want a larger penis. Maybe they believe it will better please their partner, or they want to enhance their manhood to boost their confidence.
Most men think that genetics didn’t work in their favor. In reality, you can gain control over your penis size by visiting an enlargement doctor. Here’s what you should know before you see a penis enlargement doctor.
Do You Need Penis Enlargement?
Most men want to increase their penis size for one of these reasons:
- They think their penis is smaller than average
- They want more self-esteem
- They want to please their partner
The average erect penis size is 5 inches long and around 4.5 inches in girth. Even if your penis is smaller than this, you can still please your partner. It’s best to talk to your partner to ensure penis enlargement will pleasure them more and what size would be ideal for their sexual experience.
There are medical issues that can cause penis shrinking. These include:
- Peyronie’s Disease
- Penis trauma
If you want penis enlargement for any of these reasons, discuss this with your penis enlargement doctor. Dr. Malik has years of experience helping men with these conditions see the penis enlargement results they want.
How to Choose a Penis Augmentation Doctor
If you decided you want penis enlargement, your first step is finding the right doctor. Here’s some advice to consider first.
Not every doctor has experience with penis enlargement treatments, so you’ll need to find a specialized professional. Finding a doctor specializing in penis enlargement is essential to ensure your penis enlargement procedure gives you the results you want. These doctors offer different treatments designed to increase the size and girth of your penis. There are doctors who also offer treatments designed to benefit the scrotum.
Always look at past successful treatments before choosing the doctor. A reliable doctor will have a before and after gallery as well as written and video testimonials. For this type of procedure, success goes far beyond a larger penis size. See if past customers were satisfied with the results, if they were comfortable during the procedure, and if their partners are pleased. It’s also helpful to see if a doctor received any press or promotion.
Ask for Referrals
Do you know someone who had a similar procedure and is pleased with the results? Ask for a referral. This way, you’ll feel comfortable that someone you know is recommending this doctor. You can also ask your general practitioner for a recommendation.
What to Expect During the Consultation
Now that you found your penis enhancement doctor, the process will always start with a consultation. Here are common questions that they will ask.
Before any penis enlargement, your doctor will ask about your medical history. Most will ask if you’re struggling with any medical conditions. They will need to know which prescription and non-prescription medications you’re taking, as well as any vitamins. They may also ask if you struggled with erectile dysfunction disorder in the past. It’s also normal for your penis enlargement doctor to ask for your general practitioner’s and pharmacy’s information.
Penis enlargement can refer to increasing length, widening the girth, and making the penis head more visible. Some men may also want to enlarge their scrotum. Your doctor will ask about your enlargement preferences and will create a customized treatment plan for you.
At Prometheus by Dr. Malik, you can arrange for multiple areas to be enlarged or enhanced during the same appointment. This helps ensure your shaft, head, and glans all heal together and the area looks proportionate.
Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Treatments
Most doctors would recommend either surgery or non-surgical options, notably collagen-layering activation microinjections. What’s the difference between the two?
There are different cosmetic and non-cosmetic surgeries to lengthen and thicken the penis. When it comes to penis enhancement surgery, there’s mixed data on its effectiveness, safety, and patient satisfaction. Surgery also comes with extra risks, such as scarring, infection, and even loss of sensation.
That’s why Dr. Malik offers a non-surgical option. This involves microinjections administered in the areas of the penis and scrotum you want to improve. This treatment is minimally invasive and permanent. You’ll face minimal downtime, and there will be no stitches.
What to Expect on Treatment Day
With Prometheus, feel good knowing you chose an effective, permanent, and minimally invasive solution. You should still know what to expect on the day of your treatment.
Arrive on Time
Your penis enlargement doctor will likely perform multiple treatments in one day, so it’s best to arrive on time to get prompt treatment. Ideally, you should arrive about 15 minutes in case you need to sign any contracts and forms. A nurse may also need to check your vitals before the treatment begins.
Getting a penis enlargement treatment can be nerve-wracking. Try to focus on relaxing. While waiting for the doctor, you can try deep breathing exercises, sipping tea, and reading a book. If specific details of the procedure worry you, write them down and show those notes to your doctor.
Numbing and Anesthetic
Once the doctor is ready to begin, they will apply a numbing cream to your penis. This cream is topical and takes effect quickly. Once your penis is numb, your doctor will apply a local anesthetic such as a lidocaine injection. This injection will cause numbness, ensuring you experience no pain during the procedure. The procedure lasts about two hours.
Once the procedure is finished, your doctor will wrap the affected areas in gauze and give you additional care instructions.
Get Collagen Fillers for Penis Enlargement
Dr. Malik offers non-surgical permanent collagen fillers, a safe and minimally invasive procedure. The injections stimulate natural collagen production in the penis, increasing length and girth naturally. This treatment carries fewer risks than surgery and is more effective than pumps and pills.
If you’re based in Atlanta, contact us for a consultation.