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Penile Enhancement Surgery Sydney Services, by Dr. Niro S.

Penile enhancement surgery is designed to increase the girth and length of your penis permanently. There are both surgical and non-surgical options available and may improve the shape and overall size of your penis. Dr Niro offers discreate consultations to provide anonymity, allowing for you both to work together to achieve the outcome that you desire.

Be confident knowing that Dr Niro is an expert at penile enhancement procedures. He knows that the best approach is understanding confidentiality and your needs to help you achieve your desired look.

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Dr. Niro, a caring Penile Enhancement Surgery Sydney Doctor with a reputation that precedes him.

Dr. Niro, the creator of the “Be Noticed, Not Known®” cosmetic surgery approach, has been practicing for almost 2 decades. During this time, he has delivered life-changing results for his Penile Enhancement Surgery clients in Sydney.

Dr. Niro completed his bachelor’s and medical degrees from King’s College London and University College London, respectively, and worked across a variety of surgical specialities. This was followed by a 2-year higher fellowship in general cosmetic surgery in Australia, and then a 2-year ‘super-specialty’ surgical fellowship.

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What is Penile Enhancement Surgery?

Penile enhancement is growing in popularity as the years go on. Comparatively to breast augmentation many men are seeking to boost the length and girth of their penis to boost self-esteem and confidence. Therefore, Dr Niro is committed to helping men across Australia to improve their self-image through cosmetic procedural solutions.

We offer surgical and non-surgical penile enhancement procedures to give you options that best meet your needs. If your main aim is boosting the length of your penis, surgical intervention is necessary. If you would like to increase the girth of your penis, we have non-surgical options that may be able to help, such as soft tissue fillers. We also have surgical options for increased girth which may involve using soft tissue from other areas of your body.

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Penile Enhancement Surgery & Safety

Your safety is paramount to Dr. Niro and his team. Watch the video below to learn more about Dr. Niro's approach to safety during Penile Enhancement Surgery and other procedures.

Furthermore, Dr. Niro believes that each individual patient must be involved in the decision-making process of undertaking Penile Enhancement Surgery, and it is the role of the cosmetic surgeon to ensure that the decision is ‘informed’.

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Why undertake Penile Enhancement Surgery with Dr. Niro

Dr. Niro takes great pride in offering an unrushed, bespoke approach to patient care, and believe that one size does ‘not’ fit all when it comes to Penile Enhancement Surgery.

"World Class Penile Enhancement Surgery Services in Sydney that are the result of a genuine investment, pride and responsibility for your care."

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Penis Enhancement procedures popular?
Some recent studies have shown that 60% of men are displeased with the size and shape of their penis. Through penis enhancement procedures, we may be able to help people who have experienced trauma, along with others who desire an increase in size for cosmetic reasons. We offer surgical and non-surgical options to help boost the length and girth of your penis.
Does a Penile Enhancement procedure increase erect length?
No. The erect length and girth of the penis is not increased with non-surgical or surgical procedures. Our treatments and procedures aim to boost the length and girth of a flaccid penis. Additionally, penis enhancement surgery to increase length and girth will only affect the shaft and not the head of the penis.
Is Penis Enhancement surgery painful?
Penis enhancement surgery may have elements of discomfort during your procedure; however, either local or general anaesthetic is usually used to stop pain. After your surgery, you may experience some pain and discomfort for the first 2 weeks whilst you recover. Full recovery usually takes between 2-6 weeks.