The P-Shot for men is a revolutionary treatment that utilizes growth factors obtained from the patient’s blood to revitalize the penile tissue and increase enhancement. It has already improved the sex life of thousands of men and helped to increase their sexual pleasure. Furthermore, it has also given a psychological boost to men that suffer from sexual dysfunction. This reasonable procedure can lead to more substantial sexual encounters, as reported time and time again by those who have experienced treatment and the benefits. Men have stated they have better, stronger erections and an increased sexual sensation.
While all men are different, some of the positive benefits that have been cited include:
The P-Shot uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which is blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets and contains natural growth factors to stimulate the healing of delicate tissue. This process involves a small blood draw, and the entire treatment is done in just about one hour.
Upon arriving, Dr. Plucknett will review all of the information with you. She will draw a small sample of the patient’s blood and place it into a special centrifuge that will separate the platelets from other components of the blood. The centrifuge allows for the maximum concentration of platelets to be separated, leading to the greatest quality of PRP. Once separated, a topical gel is applied to numb the injection area, providing a painless experience.
PRP has regenerative abilities. Amazingly, it stimulates the development of new cells, which is how the penis may become longer and thicker, in some cases. The body’s own platelets revive the area where they are applied to, increasing desire and sensation. Additional benefits of the P-Shot for men may include:
For more information on the P-Shot, please contact our office. We look forward to hearing from you!
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