When a total penile reconstruction is really required?
A total phallic reconstruction or phalloplasty is necessary after penile amputation when the residual penile stump is not long enough for a satisfactory social and sexual life.
Micropenis is another indication for total penile reconstruction.
Micropenis is a congenital (you are born with it) condition characterized by a penis not long enough to allow the patient to engage in penetrative sex. Usually an erected penis shorter that 7 cm (2.5 inches) is considered a micropenis
In motivated patients, a total penile reconstruction with the radial artery phalloplasty technique guarantees the formation of a realistic phallus, which has tactile and erogenous sensation. Most patients are then able to engage in penetrative sex and resume a normal lifestyle.
The radial artery phalloplasty is the same technique we use in female to male transsexuals to form a phallus and is widely described in that section of this website.
Why Choose Giulio
Giulio is a veteran surgeon with 15 years of experience in the field of Andrology and Reconstruction. He is also one of the largest penile prosthesis implanters in Europe, as well as the surgeon who performs the largest number of procedures for the correction of complex cases of Peyronie's disease. He has been invited to lecture and perform surgery in 21 different countries, in 6 different continents.
Penile prosthesis implants last year
Complex Andrological procedures every year
Phalloplasties over his career