Penoplasty or Penile Enhancement at London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery Gulf Dubai by Drs Roberto and Maurizio Viel
Increasingly, men are wishing to improve both their physical appearance and the sexual experience of their partners through penile enhancement. Penile size can be significantly enhanced in both length and width improving the sexual performance and sensitivity by well-established surgical techniques called Penoplasty.
We believe that the Penoplasty technique, pioneered in the UK by Dr Roberto Viel and Dr Maurizio Viel at the London Centre for Aesthetic Surgery, is justified when the psychological benefits outweigh the risk and cost of the procedure. Specifically, the degree of male sexual pleasure is not increased by this procedure, however, given that the female vagina is only sensitive in the lower third area, it is more important to increase the width or girth of the penis rather than the length. This technique may then enhance the overall satisfaction of the lovemaking for the patient by improving the sexual experience of his partner. These procedures do not interfere with the normal functioning or sensitivity of the penis.
Before your surgery
In the week before, you should not take any medications containing aspirin (acetyl salicylic acid), since these products affect the bloods clotting mechanism and therefore may lead to excessive bleeding during and after surgery, hence resulting in increased bruising. Taking high doses of vitamin E preparations, eating large amounts of garlic and consuming alcohol can also produce the same result and should be avoided. If pain medication is necessary, we recommend you take ibuprofen/paracetamol.
It is in your own best interests to quit smoking, at least two weeks before and until 2 weeks after surgery. It is well known that smoking causes narrowing of the blood vessels, which leads to a decreased blood supply to the skin, thus slowing and interfering with the healing process. Be sure to inform your surgeon of any medications you take, as well as possible allergies including (drug, latex, plasters and so on).
Your surgeon will decide whether preliminary examinations are necessary, such as blood tests, an electrocardiogram, or x-rays of the lungs. If this is the case, these tests should be performed several weeks before the surgery. Continue reading…
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