Dr. Paul Perito, inventor of the patented UroFill™ girth enhancement technique, discusses who an ideal candidate is and some of the other considerations for patients. For more information, contact us or call (833) 876-3455.
Patients interested in the UroFill™ enhancement technique often ask how much it will cost. In short, the answer depends on the number of units desired for added girth. Most patients request 15-25 units, a very few request less, and some request more — a lot more.
One of the most common questions UroFill™ patients ask is how much girth is added per session. The answer depends on the patient and their length (patients with greater length require more hyaluronic acid). UroFill™ is typically injected at clinics over multiple sessions to ensure that the hyaluronic acid is maintained for the longest period … Read more
Patients of world-renowned urologist and UroFill™ technique inventor Dr. Paul Perito often ask about the options for length enhancement. While there are a few surgical options, the simple fact is that devices claiming to assist in length don’t work and are physically uncomfortable to try.
UroFill™ inventor Dr. Paul Perito describes why hyaluronic acid (HA) is the preferred dermal filler for penile girth enhancement. While other fillers, such as paraffin, bone cement and silicone have had multiple and typically horrific side effects, HA is hydrophilic, compressive, and most importantly, safe — 5% of the skin on your body is composed … Read more
UroFill™ penile girth enhancement technique inventor Dr. Paul Perito answers a viewer question about dermal fillers and resting penile length. Following dermal filler placement, the typical patient will see an increase in resting length, or more colloquially, will be a show-er more than a grower.
Dr. Paul Perito, the inventor of the UroFill penile girth enhancement technique, introduces a series of short videos explaining what it is, and answering frequently asked questions. Click here to find out more.
Cosmetic procedures are undoubtedly becoming more popular: According to a study by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 2.3 million procedures were performed in 2020, up 20 percent from 2000. As the acceptance of aesthetic procedures has increased, so too have the number of practitioners. Unfortunately, not all of them are trained medical professionals or … Read more