Doctor Loria and his staff believe in offering the very best Minimally Invasive Permanent Male Enhancement cosmetic procedures available today.
Patients seek us out because they are looking for not only an alternative to invasive Surgical Male Enhancement Procedures, but also want to avoid potential surgical risks and complications.
Dr. Loria recognizes that Penile and Scrotal Enlargement, and associated procedures, are very important personal aspects that men often desire to make a change in their lives, in addition to creating a whole new level of self-confidence.
**If Only the Penile Glans Girth Enlargement treatment is performed, the Fee is $3,500. If the Penile Glans Girth Enlargement is performed with the Penile Shaft Girth Enlargement treatment, done at the same time, the cost is reduced to $2,000.
** To Assist Medical Practitioner Trainees Learn Dr. Loria’s Male Enhancement Procedure Techniques. All Promotional Fees listed below have been reduced substantially from the Regular Fees in exchange for Patient Participation in Medical Practitioner Training and for anonymous data and photo use.
**The Fee of $14,950 is offered after a $2,000 discount is applied for Patient participation in Physician training and data/photo use. Normal fee is $16,950.
A Penile Lengthening Procedure is desirable for those who have a need or desire to have a longer Penile Flaccid and/or Erect length. This can be achieved with the LEEP Procedure, or Loria’s Elongation & Extension Penile Procedure. This procedure entails a two-step process, the insertion of a Soft Silicone Rubber Sleeve Insert, and the Suspensory Ligament Release. The patient may opt to have only the Silicone Sleeve insert or the Suspensory Ligament Release, but it is recommended to have both treatments for optimal results. The objective is to gain 1-2 inches in Erect Length, and up to 5+ inches in Flaccid Length.
– The insertion of the Soft Silicone Rubber Sleeve Insert, which is placed just under the penile skin, results in an Elongated Flaccid State. So, for example, if the current Flaccid State is 3 inches and the Erect State is 6 inches, the Penile Shaft will elongate out, post Sleeve insert, to the 6-inch length. Now, if the Penile Shaft Tissue has some ‘stretchability’ then we may be able to stretch the Penile Shaft to 7-inches and place a 7-inch Sleeve in ….so now we have accomplished not only Penile Shaft Elongation in the Flaccid state, but now Extended the Penile Shaft Erect Length as well. This procedure leaves no scarring because the Sleeve is inserted along the current or existing circumcision scar. If you are not circumcised, then you will have a very small linear scar.
– The Suspensory Ligament Release is primarily designed to Extent or lengthen the Penile Erect Length. The Patient will have a small scar in the Pubic skin area, but with some pubic hair growth, this should be completely or nearly completely covered.
A Penile Shaft Girth ‘optimal’ or desirable size ranges between 6.5 to 7.5-inches in circumference. This will satisfy 90% of patients and their spouses/partners. 10% will need to exceed this circumference size, perhaps to 7.5 or 8-inches. This additional size is typically needed for women who have had natural child birth. In addition, Dr Loria always maximizes the amount of filler that can be placed for the greatest girth gains possible in one sitting.
An Add-On Penile Glans treatment is always recommended while have the Penile Shaft Treatment done. This is recommended to help with keeping the Penile Glans and Shaft in balance. In addition, it is recommended to add the Glans treatment each time you have a Penile Shaft because the Glans is difficult to increase in size, so it is important to treat the Glans every opportunity possible.
Penile Shaft Girth Approaching 7-inches and Greater must proceed with caution. When the Penile Girth size increases beyond 7-inches in girth, the skin may become less firm during erections. This has not been a major issue though, and the far majority of patients feel or experience no difference with sexual intercourse.
A Full Glans Procedure includes treatment of the Glans base, and Top Area as well. A Full Glans Procedure is typically done during Penile Shaft Treatments, however, during the first Penile Shaft treatment A Full Glans treatment might not be possible. Typically the Glans ‘corona’ or rim is treated, and when the Glans rim expand to a certain degree, where it looks disproportionate to the Top part of the Glans, it is at that time a Full Glans treatment is done. If the Penile Shaft Girth Goal has been achieved, and the Glans is not yet in proportion ‘enough’, a Full Glans Treatment can be performed either on a separate occasion or in combination with another procedure such as a Scrotal Treatment, Frenulum Removal, Penile Shaft Touch-up, etc., on the same day. Expected gains, per treatment, in girth of the Glans is about 1/8th to ¼ inch at the base and 5-10% volume increase of the entire glans overall.
Scrotal Enhancement: This is often an overlooked procedure. Enhancing and rounding out or lifting the scrotal can greatly increase the cosmetic look to the penis. In addition, Scrotal Enhancement or Enlargement, will also help prevent the testicles from ascending if the Scrotum tries to ‘contract’ during sexual intercourse, or cold weather, etc.
Penile Shaft Touch Up Procedure: This procedure is designed to balance, if necessary, any uneven areas that may have formed after the enlargement procedure.
Penile Shaft Supplemental Procedure: Some patients may need some balance but also want some size gain as well, and a Supplemental is for that purpose.
Penile Glans ‘Add-On’: It is recommended to ‘add-on’ the Glans (head of penis) procedure while having the Penile Shaft Procedure done to help size balance and proportion of the Penile Shaft to the Glans.
Circumcision Procedure: is recommended to have done prior to having a Penile Enlargement Procedure. You can have a Penile Enlargement Procedure being uncircumcised, however, the healing can be slower, and an imbalance may occur at the foreskin area which may obligate you to have the circumcision done afterwards.
Scrotal Webbing Procedure: This is the removal of scrotal skin that ‘attaches’ to the underside of the penile shaft. This ‘attached’ skin can sometimes interfere with intercourse and also makes the penile shaft look much shorter than it actually is.
Frenulum Removal Procedure: the removal of the small piece of skin located on the underside of the glans that ‘attaches’ the glans to the penile shaft. Once this tissue piece is removed most patients feel a ‘release’ of the penis from being ‘tugged’ or ‘pulled down’ by the Frenulum.
Please note that Dr. Loria does his very best to provide the best results possible with each treatment regarding size increase and symmetry. Considering that the Penis is an organ that expands and contracts during six weeks of healing after a procedure is performed, there might be material shifting which may cause some asymmetry or unevenness. This is why a patient should always budget and plan for a second treatment, whether a full or supplementary treatment just in case asymmetries result. The difference between a full treatment and a supplementary treatment is the volume of filler material used. A supplementary treatment utilizes up to about 80% of the volume of a full treatment.