Penile Augmentation Surgery: How to Prepare Yourself in Advance?

Everyone wants to enjoy a healthy sex life that filled with nothing but utmost pleasure. However, only a few of them can achieve it. Most of the men are concerned about their average penile size thinking it can affect their sexual relationship and their performance in bed. In order to overcome their fear and anxiety that comes with the size they often go for solutions like penile augmentation or enlargement surgery to increase their length and girth without realizing the cost, procedure, and possible complications.

Therefore, I have decided to come up with this blog to educate readers on how to prepare themselves for the life-changing penile enlargement surgery at Dr. Gautam Banga’s clinic. I don’t want them to repeat some of the most common mistakes before and after the surgery. Through this blog post, I will also discuss factors such as average penis size, enlargement methods, success rate, side effects and when should a person see a doctor regarding their penile size

What is the average penis size?

Right before you learn more about the penile enlargement surgery, you need to comprehend that your average penile size doesn’t determine your sexual performance. There are many couples who give more preference to intimacy, personal bond, and romance than penile size and lead a pleasurable sexual life. In fact, according to the 2014 study where more than 15521 men participated from across the globe highlighted that:

  • Average flaccid penis size was 9.16 cm which is around 3.61 inches
  • Average erect penis size was 13.12 cm long and 4.59 in girth

The author of the study also highlighted that 5% of the men have longer penis than others when fully erect while the other 5% of men have shorter penis than others.

What do you need for penile enlargement surgery?

One of the most common questions people ask when talking about penile enlargement surgery is when do I require penile enlargement? Well, the surgery is required in a condition where the erect penis size is less than 3 inches (7.5cm). This condition in men is called “micropenis” and unfortunately, I was suffering from it. Unlike others my penis size was 7cm when stretched, so it was kind of embarrassing for approaching women as I feared they would not be satisfied with my performance in bed.

 Penile Enlargement surgery: what you need to know?

Right before I met doctor Banga for my penile surgery I decided to use the penile enlargement remedies including oils, pills, creams and even stretching devices to increase my penis size. To my disappointment, nearby none of these enlargement methods worked out for me. Finally, after searching the internet for the week I came up with the ‘Dermal graft’ and ‘concentrated fat cell grafting’ which are the aspects of the penile augmentation surgery that is permitted for commercial use under the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) regulation. The devices for the surgery are approved by the FDA for cosmetic enhancement.

One of the most common mistakes people with “micropenis” do is jump at the first urologist they find online which can often land them in the bigger problems. For Penile augmentation surgery to be successful it has to be performed by one of the most experienced urologists and after weeks of research and review readings, I found the right person- Dr. Gautam Banga at the Urethra and Penile Surgery Clinic. With the certification in Urology and a total of 13 years of experience, Dr. Gautam Banga is the expert you can bet your life upon.

How does the augmentation process work?

When I asked about the penis augmentation process Dr. Banga patiently explained that it can either be done through Dermal Graft or Concentrated fat cell grafting with or without stem cells. As a curios patient I wanted to learn about these processes in detail so he patiently explained:

Dermal grafting

Dermal Graft for penile enlargement is performed by deriving and using the skin and fat tissues of patient. The surgeon would usually harvest the tissues from the from the crease of the buttocks, right from the place where the upper thigh meets the gluteal region. Although it may sound scary, it is painless and, in most cases, the process doesn’t leave any visible scars on the body.

Many surgeons usually take the two strips for the augmentation process; one from the left crease and one from the right with the dimension of 5cmX12cm and the underlying fat tissues. Once retrieved the superficial layer is then separated from the remaining skin that is known dermis to be placed inside the penis along with underlying tissue.   

Dr. Banga then explained that the dermal fat grafting can either be performed in a longitudinal or circular way depending on both proficiency of the surgeon and the need of the patient. The dermal graft then placed around the penile erectile bodies giving some extra inches to girth.

Concentrated fat cell grafting  

Apart from dermal grafting, concentrated fat cell grafting is another way to add a few inches on your penis. Similar to the dermal grafting the concentrated fat cell grafting with or without stem cells involves two different surgical procedures that can be completed within the single visit.

In the first process the fat is liposuctioned from the thigh or abdomen area of the body. Once collected the fat is filtered to isolate the fat cells and rest of material is discarded. The next step includes injecting the fat into the penile shaft by using the bespoke injection techniques that ensure the survival of the fat. As the cells are collected from the patient’s body the risk of allergy reaction is equal to none.

The success rate of fat cell grafting is higher than other procedures of penile enlargement and the best part is this system also reduces the risks of inflammatory reaction that often leads to pain, and swelling.

In the end the penile augmentation procedure totally depends upon the preference of the patient. As an experienced surgeon Dr. Banga explained that with the leading technologies like fat harvesting, grafting and reinjection, they are able to achieve the higher success rate with the penile augmentation.

When discussing post-experience, Dr. Banga explained previous patients who have gone through the penile enlargement surgery have experienced the new sense of well-being and masculinity as they can approach a woman without getting worried about their penile size. This can also boost self-confidence, self-assurance and inner strength to lead a healthy and stress- free life.

What to consider?

Dr. Gautam Banga also informed me that if I am considering the concentrated fat cell grafting then, understanding some basic things about surgeries can help me to lead a successful surgery without any unnecessary stress. Some of the common facts he told me about penile enlargement surgery are:

  • The surgery takes less than 2 hours
  • Most of the patients can go home very next day after surgery
  • It is common to experience some pain, swelling, and redness for 2 to 3 weeks after surgery
  • Sexual activities are not recommended for 3 to 4 weeks after the surgery
  • Medications will be prescribed before or after the surgery to reduce inflammation and pain
  • You are expected to return to the clinic for follow-ups and check-ups

Moreover, he also explained that recovery after the surgery varies from one patient to another. During the recovery period, heavy lifting is prohibited and non-strenuous work is recommended for 3 to 4 weeks before the doctor gives you the green signal.

After further consultation with Dr. Banga and the team, I learned that the success rate of penile augmentation is quite high, so I decided to go with the surgery at the Urethra and Penile Surgery clinic to lead a healthy sexual life. To my relief, it went well and I went back leading a healthy life without any sexual complication. The reason I decided to come up with this blog post is to make people understand that penile enlargement surgery is not as scary as some people pretend it to be.

Moreover, if you still have any confusion regarding the Penile enlargement then visit and consult with Dr. Gautam Banga.