Protuberant Mons Reduction

For some men, a protuberant mons results in a hidden penis. The goal with protuberant mons reduction surgery is to reveal your maximum penile length.   The mons is the area just above the penis .   If you press down on the skin in this area, you will feel you pubic  symphasis through the fatty tissue.   Early in life, males have a protuberant mons that generally regresses with puberty.  Some men never lose this fat pad in the mons area.   Other men lose the mons fat with puberty but regain it because of weight gain at some point in life.  The fat pad in the mons area can be difficult to eliminate even with weightloss.   Some men develop loose skin in the mons area that folds over the penis.  Both a mons fat pad and loose skin in the mons area can give a foreshortened appearance to the length of the penis.  With these conditions, the penis appears shorter than it actually is.  Research has shown that for every 30 lbs (13.6 Kg) you are above your ideal body weight, typically you lose about 1 inch (2.54 cm) in perceived penile length.

Protuberant Mons Reduction Surgeries to Address the Hidden Penis

Puboplasty: The pubic lift can be used to remove excess tissue in the mons area as well as to elevate and tighten the  skin above the penis .

Pubic liposuction: Fatty tissue  over the mons area can be removed with liposuction.

Pubopexy: Loose skin at the base of penis can be secured to the underlying tissues.   The objective of this procedure is to adjust your skin folds and creases at the base of your penis so your maximum penile length is revealed.

The protuberant mons reduction surgeries are generally minor in nature.  See the before and after protuberant mons reduction surgery illustrations.

Read about other cosmetic penile procedures: penile lengtheningpenile wideningglans enlargement, and scrotal surgery.


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