Are Silicone Injections Safe?
What Are The Benefits To The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique?
What Are The Side Effects To Any Of These Penile Enlargement Procedures?
What Are The Risks Of Penile Enlargement Surgery Vs. The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique?
What Is The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique Regarding Penile Enlargement?
This Cosmetic Minimally Invasive technique was developed by Dr. Loria. Dr. Loria has extensive experience in Cosmetic Surgical Filler Materials and has applied this knowledge to the Penile Organ for a much safer enlargement procedure. Dr. Loria decided to pursue the development of the Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique primarily because of the highly risky procedures that are available today – (Dr. Loria’s opinion). The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique involves ‘injecting’ or ‘inserting’ Facial Filler material into the Penis. This is done after the application of a topical gel/cream anesthetic. The procedure is more of an Art than a Science because artistic skill is needed to shape and sculpt the Penile shaft to the liking of the patient. There are significant differences between this Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique and all other very invasive surgical procedures available today. For example, the Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique involves NO General Anesthesia, NO Stitches/Sutures, NO Cutting with a Scalpel, NO High risks of Infection, Abscess formation, nerve or vessel damage, NO Silicone pieces inserted, NO Balloon insertion with pumps, etc. This procedure is far superior regarding risks of complications as compared to any type of major invasive surgical procedure, which involves actual cutting the Penis open, and the insertion of any device or pre-formed materials.
Are Long Acting Fillers Safe And Effective In Enlarging The Penis?
Fillers have been used in the Cosmetic Surgery field for over 70 years. Injecting Fillers under the skin, whether it be facial, hand, Penile, or other parts of the body skin, results in a common reaction that is predictable as per the type of Filler Agent. In the 1980’s very primitive and first line non-silicone fillers came to the market. They were injected under the skin and lasted for several months. Over time superior fillers were developed lasting up to 1-3 years. In relatively recent times, FDA approved long acting fillers and other substances have been approved for Surgical Use. It is these long acting fillers that are used to Enlarge the Penis. Using long acting fillers allows for long acting results – which is highly desirable. Filler materials and substances approved for injection into the body have been proven to be safe. Fillers and/or FDA injectable substances, when injected into the Penis, are very effective for Penile Enlargement.
Does Dermal Grafting, Or Even Using The Allograft Material, Provide An Advantage Over (Liquid) Silicone Injections/ Or The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique?
Does Liposuction Fat Transfer Into The Penis Provide An Advantage Over (Liquid) Silicone Injections/or The Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique?
Liposuction Fat Transfer involves transferring fat from one area of the body to the Penis. The process involves a large type of cannula or needle type instrument, which is inserted into the, for example, belly fat, to ‘suck out’ the fat. This fat is collected and then injected into the Penis. The process involves either local or general anesthesia. The problems with this fat transfer procedure are many. The first is; there is an unnatural feel to the Penile shaft after the fat is transferred. The Penile shaft should not feel ‘squishy’, so to speak, when erect. In addition, the fat in some areas will not ‘take’ causing fibrosis, lumping, and a very unnatural feel. In contrast, the Permanent Dermal Filler Injection Technique involves precise sculpting of the Penile Shaft with the feel of a normal ‘hard’ erect Penis to the touch. In addition, there is no need for multiple surgical procedures involving other areas of the body – like in the Liposuction technique – which increases the risk of infections and a whole host of other potential complications.
Do Silicone Implants (Hard-preformed Implantable Material) Provide An Advantage Over (Liquid) Silicone Injections/or The Platinum Procedure?
Silicone implants are preformed pieces of Silicone, similar to pieces of plastic, which are inserted into the Penis. The procedure to insert this Silicone is via an invasive Surgical Procedure. The invasive Surgical Procedure itself, involving anesthesia, with the risk of infection, nerve/vessel damage etc., is the first major disadvantage. The liquid Silicone injections involves topical-gel anesthesia with a focused and directed pin-point penetration which does not pose a major risk with infection-vessel/nerve damage etc. Another disadvantage to the Silicone Implants is there is no way to adjust shape or dimension. These are preformed pieces of Silicone sheets that are inserted…one size fits all type of thing. With the Liquid Silicone technique, specifically the PLATINUM PROCEDURE, very detailed design shapes can be created. In addition, specific disorders such as Peyronie’s disease, post-op disfigurement due to cancer surgery, etc., can be corrected quite nicely with the PLATINUM PROCEDURE, which is near impossible with a preformed piece of Silicone Sheet. Also, the Liquid Silicone Procedure does not cause any scarring and no need for sutures/stitches, etc., as does the Invasive Surgical Procedure of Silicone Implantation.
Do Pumps Really Work To Enlarge The Penis And Is There An Advantage Over The Platinum Procedure?
Real Medical Penis Pumps to enlarge the Penis do not exist in the US. There are so-called ‘Penis Pumps’ sold in the US, but they do not take into consideration Genital Anatomy medical issues associated with Penis enlargement and potential side effects. Let’s assume that one does use one of the ‘Penis Pumps’ that are available…do they really work? Any time negative pressure is applied to human tissue, including the Penis, tissue swelling will occur. Considering this, Penis enlargement will occur. There are a few drawbacks to this method of Penis Enlargement. The first is that it is very time limited. The swelling will drop down rather rapidly…from minutes to an hour or so. Secondly, the swelling that occurs to the Penis results in an abnormal ‘soft’ rather than ‘hard’ feeling of an erect Penis. Now, considering the PLATINUM PROCEDURE, there is no real comparison. First, the results are from your own natural collagen production, not a temporary edema or swelling effect. Secondly, this procedure provides a significantly wider Penis that, upon the touch, will feel like an erect Penis when the Penis is erect.
Is An Enlarged Flaccid Penis A Desirable Feature Of The Penis Enlargement Procedure?
Most definitely YES. After discussing what is involved with the PLATINUM Penis Enlargement Procedure, and the results one may receive, most of not all men have commented very favorably about having an enlarged flaccid Penis.
Does The Penis Enlargement Procedure Affect…the Erect Penis? The Flaccid Penis? The Penile Shaft? The Glans Penis (Head Of Penis)? The Length Of The Penis…or All Of The Above?
What Girth Size Penis Is Most Satisfying?
Is Bigger Actually Better…when It Comes To Penis Size?
This is the loaded question of the millennia. The answer to this question is far quite from a simple yes or no answer. Let’s first define the words ‘bigger’ and ‘better’. When it comes to ‘bigger’ we need to look at Penile anatomy and the average size of the Penis. The Penis is a three dimensional body organ…having width, length, and depth. The girth or circumference of the Penis includes the width and depth. The length is simply the length (self-explanatory). The average Penis size is between 5-6 inches in length, and 4 ½ inches in circumference (erect, not non-erect or flaccid). A small Penis will be defined as a Penis with 4-4 ¾ inches, or less, in length and 4 inches, or less, in circumference. A very small Penis will be defined as anything smaller than 4 inches in length and less than 4 inches in circumference. We will define a ‘big’ Penis as 7 inches in length and 4 ½ inches in diameter, a ‘bigger’ Penis as 8-9 inches and 5 inches in diameter, and the ‘biggest’ Penis as 10-12 inches in length and 5+ inches in diameter. Now we need to define the word ‘better’. Let’s assume the word ‘better’ means ‘more satisfying’, whether physically, mentally, or both.