Penis Lengthening Surgery
Penis Lengthening Surgery (the severing of the Suspensory ligaments, ‘ligamentolysis’) is available at the Androfill Clinic and costs approximately £3,900.
Surgery will only increase the flaccid length of the penis, no increase in the erect length of the penis is possible.
Surgery involves cutting the suspensory ligaments (shown in the diagram below), to allow more of the penis to protrude or hang down from the body when flaccid.
From the image below, you can visualise the impact that cutting some of the suspensory ligament (in yellow) from the penile shaft (in red) and pubic bone (in grey) will have on the length of the visible penis.
The flaccid penis will hang further down, and the patient will become more of a ‘shower’ than a ‘grower’. The increase in visible penis length in the flaccid state is between 1/3 of an inch to 3/4 of an inch.
The increase in penis length in the erect state is zero, as the penile shaft, in pink, is not lengthened by the procedure.
Results: Increase in Flaccid Length
Treatment outcomes are patient dependent, and individual results may vary. An experienced doctor can inform you of the limits of the procedures, and the fine balance to be achieved between maximum penis length and optimal penis function.
Added penis length in the flaccid state: 1.0 – 2.0 cm (0.3 inches – 0.75 inches)
Added penis length in the erect state: Ligamentolysis does not result in increased erect length
* Individual results may vary from person to person
“As the penile shaft is not made longer by the procedure, there will be no increase in erect length. Any increase in erect length is due to the compulsory use of a penis extender device following lengthening surgery, rather than due to the surgery itself.”