I'm excited to introduce our first-ever Florida area Provider for girth enhancement, as well as scrotal and glans enhancements. Dr. Tory Sullivan is a well-reviewed Dermatologist operating out of Fort Lauderdale who has spent the past few years repairing the poor work of other Floridian practitioners, so he has taken it upon himself to employ his own methodology for a safer, more effective means of enlargement.
Skin-Care Specialists/Dermatologists, Urologists, and Plastic Surgeons make for the best phalloplasticians, and his work with Dermal Fillers (keyword *dermal, as in "dermis," meaning skin) makes him exceptionally qualified in this regard.
Dr. Sullivan offers a multitude of Hyaluronic Acid Brands as well as Bellafill (Long-term temporary and Permanent fillers respectively).
Thank you for the warm and enthusiastic introduction! I am excited to be recognized as a provider for Girth enhancement, as well as scrotal and glans enhancements in the S. Florida area. Working out of Fort Lauderdale, I have witnessed firsthand the impact of non- FDA approved fillers and the negative outcomes associated with them. That is why I use only FDA approved filers, fillers approved for use in the face but being used off label for penis shaft, glans and scrotal enlargement. I feel this is a safer, and more effective methodology for enlargement, prioritizing the well-being and satisfaction of every patient.
At GetMoreGirth, where I am proud to be a part of a leading team, we are passionately devoted to boosting individuals' confidence and sexual satisfaction. Our penis enlargement procedures emphasize safety, effectiveness, and individualized attention, ensuring each client experiences optimal results and care.
My experience as a Board-Certified Dermatologist, and member of the American Academy of Dermatology, has allowed me to hone my skills and expertise in Dermal Filler technology. I offer a multitude of Hyaluronic Acid Brands (Volux, Voluma, Vollure, RHA-4, Lyft), as well as Bellafill, ensuring a comprehensive approach to meet every unique need and expectation. This variety ensures that each patient’s enhancement journey is personalized, safe, and effective.
For years, women have embraced the world of cosmetic enhancements, boldly transforming their appearances and uplifting their self-esteem. It is time men to embark on this empowering journey.
As a Dermatologist with a special focus on male aesthetic enhancements, I wholeheartedly advocate for men to explore the world of cosmetic procedures, specifically Girth, scrotal, and glans enhancements. The pursuit of self-confidence and satisfaction is universal, every individual deserves the opportunity to feel their absolute best.
The experience of helping men enhance their size is not only fun but also incredibly rewarding. It brings me happy to see the positive impact these procedures have on their confidence, self-esteem, and overall quality of life. Indeed, it stands as perhaps the most enjoyable and fulfilling aspect of my work in the field of cosmetic procedures.
Feel free to reach out for any inquiries or additional information. Thank you again for your warm welcome.
Vollure, a cousin of Voluma. Both of which are HA fillers. Its crosslinked, similar to Voluma, ensuring longevity. I typically use one syringe per session. Since we are only doing one syringe at a time it does not create dramatic changes but it certainly aids in achieving balanced proportions.
Great YouTube Shorts by Dr. Sullivan (Board Certified Dermatologist of GETMOREGIRTH Clinic in Florida) answering some common and uncommon questions as it pertains to his Male Enhancement procedures. These are YouTube Shorts, so they are typically 30 to 60 seconds long and easy to digest for men who want straight-to-the-point answers in a world with many competing options.
Vollure fillers in the glans can last between 6 to 18 months. Despite discussions about quicker degradation in the glans, these fillers are also used in the lips, where they can remain for up to 18 months.
For Bellafill, I find that 10-15 syringes per session is optimal. While I've administered more depending on individual needs, starting with a conservative approach, such as 5 syringes at a time, is an approach some patients prefer however, it may not be necessary to be that cautious.
Dr Sullivan. Your clip above mentioned you using a cannula but I believe you prefer multiple needle injections, am I correct? My concern with needles is the risk for vascular occlusion. What are your impressions regarding this risk?