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Scrotal Enhancement

Even if you're happy with the size of your penis, self-consciousness about the appearance of your scrotum can still put a damper on your confidence. You may be worried about penoscrotal webbing (often referred to as "turkey neck"), excess skin, and asymmetry. Treating these conditions requires specialized skill and experience, so be sure to choose an experienced plastic surgeon like Dr. Mark P. Solomon who can help select and safely perform the best procedure for you.

To learn more about scrotal enhancement, please request a consultation online or call Dr. Solomon's office at Tell icon.


Whether Dr. Solomon is addressing penoscrotal webbing or performing scrotal reduction, the result should be the same: a neater, more symmetrical scrotum that improves the appearance of the entire genital area.

Why Dr. Solomon

Dr. Solomon is a board-certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing penis enhancement procedures. His unique skill has enabled him to develop innovative techniques for penis enhancement and has made him the "go-to" surgeon when men need revision surgery. Men travel from all over the world for surgery from Dr. Solomon.

How It's Done

Based on the kind of improvement you're looking for, Dr. Solomon may suggest one or more of the following techniques.

  • For penoscrotal webbing correction surgery: Dr. Solomon will develop an approach based on the degree of correction needed. Generally, he will use a zigzag incision referred to as a Z-plasty. The excess tissue forming the web will be removed.
  • For scrotal reduction: Similar to the procedure for penoscrotal webbing, a Z-plasty may be used to remove excess skin.

Post-Op Care

After the scrotal enhancement procedure, you will experience some discomfort and swelling that will last about a week. Ice packs and pain medication can reduce pain, swelling, and bruising. Dissolving stitches will be used so that you don't have to make an extra visit for the removal of stitches. While there is still pain, you should avoid sexual activity and strenuous exercise. Dr. Solomon will give you specific instructions for recovery to ensure the best possible results.

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