New penile implant promises to make it bigger and better

  • ANI, London
  • Updated: Mar 21, 2016 14:40 IST
Penile implant is similar to breast implants, except it is not filled with anything. (Shutterstock)

Dear men, here’s some good news for you. One of your most cherished dreams now might come true with scientists developing a new silicone penis implant to give that extra boost below the belt.

A Beverly Hills urologist, Dr. James Elist, has developed the revolutionary penile enhancement procedure worth $13,000 that instantly increases the length and girth by approximately two inches.

Dr. Elist, who has been working as an urologist for more than 35 years, told Daily Mail Online that patients have the option of choosing between three implant sizes for the procedure: large, extra large and double extra large, adding “nobody wants to have a small or medium one.”

The surgeon explained that the implant is similar to breast implants, except it is not filled with anything.

It is vital that men abstain from any sort of sexual activities for four to six weeks after undergoing the surgery, advise doctors. (Shutterstock)

He further said that the material is very soft silicone with the shape of the penis, which covers the penis for 270 degrees around and the whole length of the penis.

Immediately after the procedure, wherein the implant is inserted through the skin of the groin, until it gets under the skin of the penis, a man’s shaft will have expanded between 1.5 and 2.5 inches, Dr. Elist said.

Recovery from the procedure doesn’t take too long, he said. The men are able to go back to their daily activities and routine the following day.

Read: Breast implants get safer, less likely to be rejected by the body

However, it is vital that men abstain from sexual activities, including masturbation and oral sex, for four to six weeks afterwards.

The urologist, who performs two of the implantation procedures each day, added that they did a study of 400 of their patients retrospectively and found that the self-confidence in them has increased significantly.

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