Penile lengthening procedure question?

This topic will serve to publish periodic Q&A's from Moderators and Forum Members alike on all matters related to Dr. Victor Liu's Plastic Surgery Practice. He will share details about his services as well as his opinions & insights on all matters Male Enhancement.

Could you describe your lengthening procedure?

Dr. Liu:The upper part of the base of the penis is attached to the under surface of the pubic bone by the suspensory ligaments. Up to 1/3 of the penis shaft is behind the bone and cannot be seen nor is it "functional" There are two suspensory ligaments, the superficial and the deep ones. The superficial one (fundiform ligament) is a continuation of a layer of the abdominal wall called the scarpa's fascia. The deep one is the commonly called suspensory ligament of the penis. By dividing these ligaments the penis can be pushed forward and therefore the functional part of the penis becomes longer. The amount of elongation depends on several factors: 1. How much of the penis is behind the bone; 2.The width and slope of the bone (pubic symphysis); 3.The soft tissues around the area (are they tight or loose, stiff or flexible are some of the factors) Each individual is unique and and the amount of lengthening is different for each person.

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About Dr. Liu

Dr. Victor Liu is an American-trained plastic surgeon. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, is board certified in both general and plastic surgery, and is a member of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He has devoted his practice full time to plastic surgery since 1984. He is well-known nationally and in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Dr. Liu’s patients come from all over the United States, Asia (including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, and South East Asia) and Europe. He has appeared on many televisions talk shows to discuss plastic surgery, and has been the subject of many newspaper and magazine articles.

He is the founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Regenerative Cell Treatment where patients from all over the world go. He also teaches other doctors how to perform new surgical techniques.