In this post, we take a look at several Male Enhancement techniques that are used to improve physical appearance aspects of men.
Having a small penis or perceiving it as small (and feeling insecure about the penis’ physical appearance) may be a reason to resort to a penis enlargement procedure.
In any case, read more about penis enlargement in our post Penis Enlargement and Reshaping Practices.
Penile Glans Enlargement
The penile glans, glans penis, glans, or crown, that is, the tip or “head of the penis,” expands in the erect state. In fact, men may opt for glans enlargement when they perform a penis enlargement procedure so that the glans has a proportional size to the enlarged penis shaft length and girth. As such, both procedures are often done simultaneously.
Glans enlargement can also be done as a stand-alone procedure, for instance when one feels that the glans should be larger for aesthetical reasons. Glans augmentation is typically done with “fillers,” through injections.
Another reason to resort to glans enlargement is to battle Premature Ejaculation (PE). In fact, the fillers create a barrier between skin and nerve endings, which reduces sensitivity and can prolong intercourse, rubbing or thrusting without having an ejaculation.
Male Circumcision can be performed for a variety of reasons, such as medical, cultural, or religious, and so on, but also for cosmetic i.e. aesthetic motives; for instance, the foreskin may be perceived as “ugly,” or maybe one finds an always visible penis glans (the head of the penis) attractive.
Manscaping or Male Grooming is the practice of shaving, waxing, sugaring, tweezing, or trimming hair that appears below the neck, that is, one eliminates or styles body hair to enhance one’s appearance.
Increasing Muscle Mass
Scrotoplasty is about removing or adjusting excessive skin that spans the space between the penis shaft and the scrotum. That part of the male anatomy is called the penoscrotal webbing. Scrotoplasty can also be done to create a scrotum.
The Scrotoplasty surgical procedure can be performed out of aesthetic motives, but it may also be necessary when it interferes with intercourse, such as giving pains or even making intercourse impossible.
Testicular implants may be applied for males who have a birth defect and an absence of one or both testicles, or for men who have had one or both testicles removed because of an accident, surgery, or other reason.
Typically, the implants are made of silicone gel or saline-filled sacs, available in various sizes.