Phalloplasty is a surgical procedure that involves the construction of a penis using tissue from donor sites such as the forearm, thigh, or abdomen. The goal of this procedure is to build a cosmetically appealing penis, but it is important to note that the donor tissue may have a different skin tone than the genitals, and the new phallus may lack veins directly under the skin. In addition, the glans, or head of the penis, may flatten over time.
Tattooing the phallus and glans can help to give it a more realistic color tone and to recreate the appearance of veins. This process can involve multiple visits, as the tattoos are applied in layers to achieve the desired effect. We will work with you to determine the color variations, vein placements, and other details that will help to create the ideal phallus for you.
In addition to adding color and realism to the phallus, tattooing can also be used to cover scars at the base of the shaft or to create the appearance of hair follicles. By using subtle variations in color between the shaft of the penis and the surrounding skin, the provider can help the penis to blend seamlessly with the rest of the body. The art of tattooing the penis is to create a unique and customized result that meets the individual needs and goals of the client.
Who may NOT be a candidate
One factor that may make you a less suitable candidate for tattooing the phallus is if you have unhealed wounds on the phallus. In general, tattooing is not recommended for areas of the skin that are not fully healed, as the tattooing process can interfere with the healing process and may increase the risk of infection.
Another factor that may affect your eligibility for this treatment is the presence of keloid scars. Keloid scars are raised scars that may develop after surgery or other types of injury. They are generally more difficult to treat and may not respond well to tattooing.
If you are currently undergoing ongoing surgery, it is important to let your surgeon know that you are planning to undergo tattoo placement. Generally, medical tattooing is performed after the phalloplasty is fully healed. If your phalloplasty is being performed in stages, tattooing should be done after glansplasty. Tattooing can be done before or after penile implant placement.
$100. The consultation fee may be credited towards the total cost of the tattooing procedure if you decide to proceed with the treatment.
To Be Determined
The pricing for phalloplasty tattooing is determined on a case-by-case basis after a consultation with the provider. During the consultation, the provider will assess your skin, discuss your design and color preferences, and determine the extent of treatment needed to achieve your desired results. Based on this information, they will be able to provide you with a detailed quote for the treatment. Generally, phalloplasty tattooing will take 2-3 sessions.
Sample Phalloplasty Tattoos
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How to Book
If you are interested in tattooing the phallus as a way to enhance the appearance of your genitals after a phalloplasty procedure please contact us by email at MedicalTattooNYC@gmail.com to schedule a consultation.
During the consultation, you will have the opportunity to discuss your design and color preferences. In some cases, it may be necessary to provide a picture of your phallus in order to confirm your eligibility for the treatment.
Once you have had a consultation and have been confirmed as a candidate for the procedure, you can choose a date for your appointment and pay the required deposit to secure your spot. It is important to note that consultations are by appointment only, and that your appointment is not considered booked until the deposit has been paid.
It is worth noting that consultations are required prior to booking a phalloplasty tattooing procedure due to the nuances of this treatment. If you have had previous tattoos on your phallus, the provider may not be able to guarantee that they will be completely covered during the tattooing process.