Dr. Joel Pash is co-owner of the Upstart Clinic and an Anesthesiologist.
Polycaprolactone, a polymer used in Ellanse.
a topic spanning a number of methodologies aimed at increasing the girth and/or length of the penis; sub-topics include phalloplasty/penoplasty, manual penis enlargement exercises, devices, chemical therapies, clinical therapies, supplements and topical treatments. Usually written as "PE".
vacuum devices designed to temporary expand the penis, increasing both girth and length; sometimes used as a penis enlargement exercise conducted over weeks & months.
supplements claiming to increase penis size. Generally rely on ingredients that purportedly improve blood flow, effectively improving erections and giving the appearance of a larger phallus. Any genuine claims of temporary or permanent enlargement from a supplement is fraudulent.
the largest network of information, practitioners, and patients in the field of elective, medical male enhancement procedures. A professionally moderated forum since 2010.
Dallas-based Network of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Injectors.
can refer to (a) the augmentation of the male penis or (2) gender reassignment procedures concerning the grafting, implanting, creation or alteration of the phallus. Interchangeable with the term "penoplasty".
proper term for penis (more specifically:erect penis); phalli is plural.
inability to retract the skin over the penile glans.
Stands for Polymethyl-methacrylate, PMMA are microscopic spheres of medical-grade plastic that is not absorbed by the body. The micro-spheres get surrounded by the patient’s collagen, creating permanent volume.
a persistent erection that can sometimes be painful. Chemical penis enlargement can sometimes induce priapism as a penis enlargement therapy. Typically regarded as unsafe, especially if the erection prolongs well after arousal or chemical therapy.