Penis Enlargement Surgery
Surgery for penis enlargement is called phalloplasty. Penis enlargement surgery is a way of permanently increasing the size of your penis, but it’s not necessarily the safest method. Undergoing any type of surgery can be very high risk, and can often produce disappointing results. A study published by the European Urology Journal in 2006 reported that out of 42 patients that had undergone penis enlargement surgery, the average gained length was only half an inch, and in fact 5% of men ultimately ended up around half an inch shorter. Definitely not the result you want after taking such a risk to have penis enlargement surgery.
It’s also not agreed amongst medical professionals that surgical techniques for penis enlargement are actually effective at increasing penis size. Some men who have undergone surgery report a slight increase in flaccid length, but that the surgery made little to no difference in erect size. So having male enhancement surgery can leave you seriously out of pocket, as risk for complications and a high chance of not seeing any visible results in the erect length of your penis.