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We are no longer offering surgery or consultations.
scrotal, and abdominal deformities following penile enlargement
(enhancement phalloplasty) surgery can often be corrected
using plastic surgical and penile/genital surgical techniques.
Examples of these deformities are:
or complete absence of penile shaft (buried penis),
on the penile shaft,
low hanging penis,
penile skin at the tip of the shaft,
at the base of the penis (scrotalization).
When previous enhancement phalloplasty surgery has not been
effective/successful, genital reconstructive surgical techniques
can be employed. These may take the form of:
lengthening, possibly without an incision on the penis
of injected fat (lipotransfer), dermal strips, dermal
fat grafts and cystic masses.
girth enhancement ("widening") with removal of injected
fat (lipotransfer) or dermal strips, dermal fat grafts
and replacement with an Allograft
dermal matrix graft sheet wrapped over the
corpus cavernosa. Allograft
dermal matrix graft strips are not used.
of the penopubic and penoscrotal junctions.
correction with insertion of Allograft
dermal matrix graft.
Sometimes, excessive penile skin may have been removed during
circumcision, resulting in a "turkey neck" at the peno-scrotal
junction. A scrotal tissue tuck can easily be performed to
give the appearance of a longer penis.
likely your insurance company will reimburse you for penile
revisionary/reconstructive surgery because the procedure(s)
is not for cosmetic reasons but is for correction
of an abdominal or penile or scrotal abnormality due to
a previous surgical procedure.