Male model in jeansThe nonsurgical procedure promises a “significant increase” in girth using naturally derived ingredients.

In a recent interview [NSFW] with Davey Wavey, adult performer Ray Dexter revealed that he had undergone a nonsurgical procedure to enlarge his penis.

Although the adult star was naturally well-endowed, Dexter decided to undergo the Shafer Width and Growth procedure in part because his “Penis is [his] brand.”

When asked if stereotypes about Asian men having small penises influenced his decision to undergo the procedure, Dexter responded that he often asked himself “Why is [my penis considered] big for an Asian, why can’t it just be big for the general public?”

The SWAG procedure

Dr. David Shafer, a plastic surgeon located in New York, created the revolutionary procedure for penile enhancement that requires no surgical intervention

According to a rep, the procedure “involves injections of hyaluronic acid filler (the same that are used commonly in the face and buttocks) into the penile shaft and glans (head) to significantly increase penis girth and moderately increase in penis length.”

Hyaluronic acid is naturally occurring in the body. Dr. Shafer claims that this makes the chance that the body will reject the injections “almost zero.”

The SWAG procedure takes roughly 30 minutes, and requires only topical and local anesthesia.

Choosing a procedure

The SWAG Procedure can be completed using two products: Juvederm Voluma, a hyaluronic-based filler that lasts two years; and Bellafill, a bovine collagen filler that lasts four years.

“Voluma is reversible with a naturally occurring enzyme, which gives an added level of safety and flexibility in fine-tuning patient results,” Dr. Shafer told Future of Sex. Additionally, “the chance of rejection by the body for Voluma is almost zero.”

Bellafill, on the other hand, is non-reversible and not naturally occurring. This means the procedure and the results carry inherently higher risk for the patient.

Dr. Shafer therefore generally recommends that patients test the procedure and its effects with Voluma before moving forward with Bellafill.

Avoid “bargain shopping”

Dr. Shafer also warns against searching for penis fillers that come at a “bargain.”

“These injection techniques are advanced and should not be attempted by new injectors or non-doctors,” said Dr. Shafer. “There are potential serious complications such as intravascular injection which could lead to tissue necrosis.”

Additionally, “Unethical offices may inject counterfeit products or silicone-based products which are not reversible and often require surgical intervention to cure.”

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