Male genital surgery aims to obtain external genitalia which are aesthetic, proportionate and attuned to the rest of the body.
With this surgery, disproportionate length or thickness of the penis can be corrected, as well as correcting curvature.
Congenital abnormalities can also be corrected, such as hypospadias, epispadias, buried penis or the effects of trauma or a tumour.
Male genital surgery is very wide in scope and ranges from:
- Lengthening and thickening of the penis
- Pubic and scrotum lifts
- Correction of buried penis
- Correction of hypospadias, epispadias and bladder exstrophy
- Correction of the congenital curvature of the penis and Peyronie’s Disease
- Correction of the effects of phimosis
- Post-traumatic and post-oncological genital reconstruction
- Microsurgical reconstruction of the penis (phalloplasty)