Most plastic surgeons can help you with this, I would suggest looking
in the Yellow Pages for a plastic surgeon or speaking to your Primary
Care physician for a referral.
The surgery will be expensive and is not covered by Health Insurance.
This is a very sensitive topic (no pun intended). It is likely
that this very severe option is not for you, and unless your penis was
damaged or amputated or is unnaturaly small, most likely, a reputable
surgeon will not even perform the surgery.
Here are somethings to think about from the Mayo Clinic web site.Is cosmetic surgery for you?
Cosmetic surgery outcomes are most likely to be successful if you're in good overall health. It's also best if you:
- Have realistic expectations.
Anticipate improvement, not perfection. If you expect cosmetic surgery
to turn you into a movie star, you're bound to be disappointed. The
spectacular results you see in the rich and famous can cost hundreds of
thousands of dollars. Also don't count on surgery to save a rocky
relationship, gain a promotion or make you the life of the party.
you're in the middle of a very stressful life circumstance such as a
divorce, job loss, death of a loved one or an uncontrolled mental
illness, you may want to postpone pursuing cosmetic surgery. All of
these situations may increase the possibility that you won't be
satisfied with the final results.
- Can afford the time and expense.
Cosmetic surgery isn't covered by health insurance. The costs vary
depending on the procedure performed and may range from a couple
hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. The procedures and your
recovery also take time. This varies depending on the procedure.
Returning to work may take from one day to more than a month.
- Understand the risks.
You must be comfortable with the fact that cosmetic surgery, like any
surgery, can be a risk to your health and that the results may not be
what you anticipate
I hope you give this very very serious thought as this could be something you will regret for a very long time.