Up to this date, many different techniques and filler materials have been used to thicken the penis. Unfortunately, some methods or materials used were not permanent, and some caused defects in the penis. For this reason, the “Fat Transfer” and “Allograft” methods, which are accepted by the current literature, are instead applied. In addition, penile thickening and penile lengthening can be performed together without any problems during surgery.

Allograft is a process of thickening the penis using human cell-free dermis. The dermal graft is placed on the shaft of the penis through a 3 cm suprapubic incision. The allograft used is a safe, biocompatible product. In addition, a graft with natural collagen and elastin preserved skin texture is non-antigenic.

The most important feature is that it is not absorbed and does not cause deformations of the penis like other filling materials. The application and healing process is similar to other filling materials.

Fat transfer is one of the most used methods to thicken the penis. It is possible to achieve penis thickening (circumference) and penis enlargement (lengthening) using the same procedure. The operation is done by taking your fat, processing it, and transferring it to the penile area. Fat is often removed from the abdomen or thighs with liposuction. The fat is then centrifuged and filtered to isolate the fat cells and eliminate other unnecessary components.

The fat is then injected around the shaft of the penis using special injection techniques to ensure the fat survives. Since the fat transfer cells are obtained from the patient’s body, there is no risk of allergic reactions. In addition, it is a repeatable application.