Over the last 25 years, the number of male patients seeking aesthetic, cosmetic and plastic surgery services has increased by 500% — from 3% of patients to more than 15% and growing every year.
Not only are we seeing an increase in cosmetic procedures that enhance men’s physiques, but we are also seeing a growing number of procedures that improve men’s physical and sexual health as well as libido. More and more men are seeking cosmetic procedures to help address a wide range of male-specific issues, including gynecomastia surgery, male enhancement and interventions for sexual performance.
At Elysian Plastic Surgery in Austin, we understand our patients want to discuss Male Enhancement in an environment where they can feel comfortable discussing this private matter. Discretion and privacy are of the utmost importance and you can feel confident that our physician and staff will maintain the utmost confidentiality.
Austin plastic surgeon Dr. David Dellinger has over 20 years of experience helping individuals achieve their aesthetic goals. He will design an individualized treatment plan to help you improve your physical appearance as well as sexual health. Contact us online or call our Austin office at (512) 229-1978 to learn more about your male enhancement options.
Regarding male enhancement procedures, such as Penile Shaft Enlargement, Penile Glans Enlargement, Scrotal Enlargement, etc., Dr. Dellinger and Staff do their very best to provide the best possible results with each procedure regarding size increase and symmetry. Considering that the Penis is an organ that expands and contracts during the 35 days of healing after a procedure is performed, there might be minor material shifting which may cause minor asymmetry or unevenness. This is why a patient should always budget and plan for a second procedure, whether a full, supplementary, or touch-up procedure just in case asymmetries result. The difference between a full procedure and a supplementary procedure is the volume of filler material used. A supplementary procedure is about one-quarter to one-half the volume of a full procedure. A touch-Up procedure is filler procedure that focuses on small asymmetries.