Thursday, 26 October 2017

Are penis fillers a viable option for you?

Although penis enlargement surgery is extremely effective for the vast majority of patients, many men prefer a non-surgical option when it comes to penis enhancement. Understandably, men can be hesitant about seeking advice regarding penis enlargement but it’s a widely accepted procedure, with various options available.

Designed to increase penis girth, dermal fillers are ideal for men who want a quick, non-surgical treatment. Providing swift results, fillers can increase girth by up to 2 inches, meaning that significant results are available via just one treatment.

How are penis fillers administered?

Rest assured – no needles are used to carry out the treatment. Instead, Voluma filler is administered via a blunt tip cannula. Safer than using needles, a cannula also ensures a more aesthetically pleasing result. Providing a smoother result along the shaft, delivering via a cannula means that filler is administered in just one or two locations.
By performing the procedure when the penis is erect, the filler can be distributed more evenly and smoother results can be achieved.

How long do fillers last?

Over time, the effect of the fillers may diminish somewhat and you may want to top up the filler after approximately 12 to 18 months. During this time, men are able to have more filler added to increase penis girth further or to maintain the original results.
As many men are keen to increase their girth but are wary of lengthy recovery times, non-surgical penis enlargement is an ideal treatment. With fast recovery times, minimal bruising and effective results, dermal fillers can offer complete penis enhancement.

Boost your girth and your confidence

For many men, their penis size can be a cause of constant worry. With some men experiencing shame, embarrassment or small penis syndrome as a result of their size, it’s important that the issue is addressed with men’s health taken into account.
Using dermal fillers to increase your penis girth can be a safe way to get the results you long for. By undergoing this type of procedure, you won’t simply get the benefit of a larger penis. In most cases, men report a surge of confidence, increased self-esteem and enhanced happiness as well.
To find out more about non-surgical penis enlargement options, contact Moorgate Aesthetics today.

Monday, 18 September 2017

Penis enlargement is gaining acceptance

There is nothing new in the anxiety felt by many men about the size of their penis. Centring around particular social activities, such as getting changed at the gym or the pool, countless gentlemen suffer acute embarrassment at what they perceive to be a major disadvantage. For years, the option of surgery to boost men’s confidence has been eyed with extreme scepticism.

But recently, penoplasty has begun to gain acceptance as a mainstream form of cosmetic enhancement.

Penis enhancement is gaining acceptance

Why has this shift occurred? We explore a few possible reasons below.

Peace of mind

The Care Quality Commission (CQC), which is responsible for the inspection of all healthcare institutions in the UK, is also responsible for the inspection of cosmetic surgery practices. In 2016, the Royal College of Surgeons published their ‘Professional Standards for Cosmetic Surgeons’, which all practitioners will be inspected against. This has clearly given huge peace of mind to those considering male enhancement of any kind. Operations and non-surgical procedures that promise an increase in penis girth and length have stepped out of the shadows and given men the confidence to approach the issue with confidence.

Perception shift

Female cosmetic surgery has now gained public acceptance. Nose jobs and breast enhancements and reductions have come a long way, and it is now not unusual for women to make this choice without any feeling of shame. The question has clearly been asked, if not out loud, ‘why shouldn’t men enjoy the same options?’ Whilst genital surgery demands the highest standards of care, the penis has actually evolved to adapt to significant changes in girth and length, as any young man can tell you. Penoplasty, therefore, makes just as much sense, if not more, than many procedures that have already gained social acceptance. The fact that penis enlargement surgery is now among the most common procedures performed at the UK’s most prestigious cosmetic surgery practitioners is evidence of this shift in perception.

Lighter on the pocket

As penis enhancement has stepped out of the shadows, so have the related financial options. Affordable payment plans, including no-deposit options, are now offered, so that no one is priced out of the market. Those considering a male enhancement procedure have the option of a free consultation with a surgeon, and, if they decide to go ahead, they can enjoy free post-operative check ups.
Gaining acceptance is at the heart of penoplasty. It is the aim of the customer and the practitioner. If you’d like to find out more, contact us at Moorgate Aesthetics.

Monday, 4 September 2017

What to expect from non-surgical penis enlargement

At Moorgate Urology, we pride ourselves on performing only the best and most advanced penis enhancement procedures in the industry. Although effective, surgery is not the right (or even a viable) choice for everyone, which is why we offer alternatives to those looking for something a little less invasive.

We answer your questions non-surgical penis enlargement to make sure you are making the right decision for you.

What can I expect from a non-surgical penis enlargement procedure?

Our penis enlargement injections are second to none. Using a cannula rather than a needle, and injecting when the penis is erect instead of flaccid, we can guarantee much better results to competitors in the industry.

Why are these injections better than other enlargement options?

  • We use a cannula, which is far more precise than a needle, so we only need to penetrate once or twice rather than many times along the penis shaft. This ensures a much smoother and less bumpy end result.
  • With fewer punctures, our injections are a much more comfortable alternative to other treatments.
  • They offer less risk of complications such as vascular catastrophe and infection.
  • Our injections provide patients with a much faster recovery, so you won’t have to be out of action for too long.
  • As a cannula has a blunt end, you will experience much less bruising and swelling than when using a normal pointed injection.
  • What will my recovery look like?
There are some hard and fast rules to ensure a quick and smooth recovery post-injection. These include: massaging the product along the shaft if you notice any unwanted bumps; abstaining from sex or masturbation for seven days; washing your penis after sex; taking the antibiotics prescribed by your doctor; avoiding aspirin and attending your scheduled follow-up appointment.

If you have a small penis and are certain you want to explore penile enlargement orpenis thickening but are unsure about invasive surgery, then perhaps an injection might be the option for you? At Moorgate Urology, we pride ourselves on being experts in cosmetic surgery, so if you would like some advice on options available or pricing, get in touch with us today.

Friday, 25 August 2017

The most enviable examples of full-frontal male nudity in film and television

It’s hard to ignore that the world is full of men boasting big penises.

Even if you’re on the smaller side, you’ll have no doubt laid eyes on many well-endowed specimens while watching your favourite television shows and films.

After all, it seems more and more examples of full-frontal male nudity have been hitting screens – and some of these are leaving viewers feeling rather envious. If you’re considering penis enlargement surgery, here are some of the scenes that may have subconsciously influenced you to take action.

Sex and the City

HBO’s Sex and the City had actor James Remar – playing playboy Richard Wright – drop his trousers during an episode in the show’s fourth season. The eyeful that followed was the only real instance of full-frontal male nudity during the series’ six years on air, and many fans consider it a jaw-dropping moment.

Game of Thrones

In 2016, actress Emilia Clarke publicly urged producers to ‘free the penis’ on Game of Thrones. The starlet – who plays Daenerys Targaryen – surely got more than she bargained for when a character was cast to grasp his huge manhood in a close-up in season six. Emilia later told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show: “I think they heard me. Junk equality!”


Ewan McGregor is no stranger to being laid bare on screen. In fact, the actor has stripped off for numerous films – his most famous being Trainspotting. After making men around the world green with envy, Ewan would later say that doing nude scenes made him feel ‘powerful’. He told Out magazine: “I remember getting a kind of rush out of that first time, a slight feeling of power about it, you know?”

Fight Club

A random penis randomly popped up on the screen in the final scene of Fight Club. While the image was loosely linked to the plot, it served to have men both feeling jealous and scratching their head by the end of the film.

Are you eager to make a change?

If you’re fed up with not quite matching up to the men that you see in film and television, you could always take advantage of penis enlargement surgery. For more information on the procedure, get in touch with Moorgate Urology.

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Optimum injection technique for penis enlargement injections

The leading Penis enlargement Doctors in the UK have a solid understanding of the penile anatomy


These include Doctors who provide penis enlargement injections for Moorgate Aesthetics

There are a number of important factors which our Doctors take into consideration when considering the best outcome for your penis enlargement treatment. The aim of every treatment is to achieve a smooth symmetrical result along the penile shaft. Your penis must look good in both the erect and flaccid state.

Injecting hyaluronic acid such as Voluma should be done when the penis is erect. It can of course be injected when the penis is flaccid, but the results may not be quite as effective. This is because not all of the penis tunica is visible when your penis is flaccid. (Just think about how much more of your penis is visible when you are erect).

For this reason make sure that your penis enlargement Doctor at least gives you the option of having the treatment when you are erect.
To get the penis into an erect state prior to the treatment the Doctor injects a substance which temporarily creates an erection. This gives the Doctor the best “canvas” on which to inject the Voluma.
On another note, there is significantly less risk of post treatment complications when the treatment is administered with a cannula rather than a needle. Most UK providers use a needle. With needles you experience multiple “stabs” which apart from being rather uncomfortable can also increase risk of a serious complication called vascular occlusion. This is where the hyaluronic acid enters the venous system. There is much less risk of the occurrence with a cannula because the cannula that we use has a blunt tip, not a sharp tip of a needle. Furthermore there are far fewer skin punctures required with a cannula compared to a needle.
penis surgeonsOf course, we cannot claim that we are the only providers of penis enlargement injections to the erect penis and with a cannula, do your own research online around the world and you will see that the world’s leading penis enlargement Doctors adopt the same techniques as we do.
At Moorgate Aesthetics we are fortunate that we have some of the country’s leading Aesthetic Doctors on our team. They provide hundreds of medical aesthetic treatments every year across the United Kingdom.
All consultations with our Doctors are completely free of charge and without any obligation. To arrange a consultation please call us on 03300 244 858 or email us

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Two of the most popular cosmetic surgeries for men

There has been a stereotype in the past that cosmetic surgery is mostly undertaken by women, but there has been a marked increase in men undergoing procedures in recent years.

From botox to rhinoplasties, the range of cosmetic treatments that men are having is also increasing as they see the positive alterations other people have made to their own appearances.

Below we’ve listed out the two of the most popular cosmetic surgeries that men have undergone in recent years and the developments that have made plastic surgery even more popular.


Rhinoplasty is the official name given to a cosmetic procedure of the nose, or a nose job, and is incredibly popular amongst men. The procedure involves either ‘close surgery’ which is where incisions are made inside the nose, so as not to disturb any skin, or ‘open surgery’, in which incisions are made on the small column of skin between the nostrils. The decision to perform open or closed surgery is based on the alterations the patient and the surgeon have agreed to make to achieve the desired effect. There have been advancements in male rhinoplasty in recent years, which have previously been more difficult to perform than on women due to men’s thicker, oilier skin.

Penis Enlargement 

Men in the United Kingdom are seeking for a bigger penis according to the investigation of a certain global survey with regards to the rise of penis enlargement trends.
Male penis enlargement surgery involves an invasive medical procedure that physically extends the length and girth of the penis with immediate visible results after the surgery. For some men, at least, this is the only way to get any positive results from attempts at penis enlargement. Generally speaking, the increase in the length of the penis after penis enlargement surgery is normally between one and two inches.

If you’re considering a cosmetic procedure then contact Moorgate Aesthetics today. They have over 35 years of experience in cosmetic surgery.

There mission is to provide the very best experience for Patients, and a level of service that we would expect ourselves. Each Moorgate team member has a specific role to play in the self improvement journey. From your very first consultation to the very last check up, they guide you and support you every step of the way. They can help you to achieve the physical enhancements that are important to you.

For more information, Book a free consultation today on 03300 244 858

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Should I get my penis enlarged?

If you’re reading this, there’s a great chance that you’re already looking into penis enlargement surgery.

But is it right for you? Let’s take a look at some common questions and genuine concerns we get from men considering this route.

Will enlarging my penis make me feel better about myself?

There’s no denying that having a small penis can cause serious confidence issues. Having surgery could completely change that and we believe that feeling good about yourself is priceless. If it’s something you’ve been considering for a long time, we suggest calling a Urology cosmetic surgery provider to discuss questions and settle any worries that you may have.

Is it dangerous?

The surgery takes your own body fat and transfers it to your penis which helps to increase penis girth and increase penis length. This is a safer option than dermal fillers as sometimes they can cause allergic reactions, but you physically cannot be allergic to your own fat. This is the best option to banish small penis syndrome for good.

Does it last?

Penis enlargement surgery lasts longer than dermal fillers, so you get more for your money in the long term. Some men come back and have more and there are special “top up” packages to make this as easy and cost-effective as possible.

How long will it take to recover?

As with all surgery, length of recovery differs from person to person. If you’ve gone for penis length enhancement we suggest avoiding sex, heavy lifting or other strenuous activities for at least six weeks. If you just went for the penis girth enhancement you’re likely to recover slightly quicker at about four weeks. But as we said earlier, it really does depend on the person. Just be sensible!

Can I afford it?

We think everyone should be able to feel good about their bodies. That’s why we offer payment plans with low deposits and 0%APR. Call us to discuss payment options – we are here to help.

What now?

Opting for this surgery is a huge decision to make and could really affect your life. You’re likely to have all kinds of questions and we are on hand to answer them and help you make the best decision. Give us a call on CALL 0330 024 4868 to arrange a local consultation.