Penile Dual Augmentation™ Surgery
Penile Dual Augmentation™ surgery consists of two surgical procedures performed during the same surgery: penile lengthening and penile girth enhancement. Penile Dual Augmentation surgery was developed in order to satisfy customers who want to save time and money when undergoing these two surgeries. Men usually like to have their penises enhanced in several ways, and Penile Dual Augmentation surgery is the most popular choice for making the penis both longer and thicker.
In Penile Dual Augmentation surgery, the patient gains length and girth at the same time. The average length that a patient gains from penile lengthening surgery varies from person to person, and may or may not fall into the normal range of one-half to one-and-one-half additional inches in the flaccid position. Girth enhancement surgery can increase the circumference of the shaft of the penis from a 10% increase to a 30% increase over the existing pre-operative circumference size, depending on the number and size of the grafts used during this surgery.
In Penile Dual Augmentation, lengthening surgery is performed first. Increasing penile length requires releasing the suspensory and fundiform ligaments. The surgery begins with a curvilinear incision in the infrapubic region at the base of the penis. Once the surgeon has excised the suspensory and fundiform ligaments that hold the penis, as well as a few collateral ligaments that also need to be disconnected, the internal part of the penis is released. The success of the lengthening procedure depends equally on ligament detachment (performed by the surgeon) and physiotherapy (performed by the patient).