Reed Centre, Dr. Harold Reed
for Penis Enlargement Surgery - Phalloplasty
Ambulatory Urological Surgery
Penis Enlargement: Dr. Reed has been performing phalloplasty or penis enlargement since 1986. Well motivated patients who follow post-operative instructions have achieved penis length gains up to 2 inches with the average increasing penis length about 1 inch.
A 50% deposit is required to schedule any circumcision, vasectomy, gynecomastia or penis enlargement procedure and as time and materials and a commitment to
post operative care may be required, these deposits are non-refundable .
Do not schedule or submit any deposits unless you are comfortable with the information presented on these forms.
Do not schedule or submit any deposit if you are contemplating having other surgical procedures within a few weeks of your intended procedure with Dr. Reed, as this is often medically ill advised and your deposit will not be refunded. If concerned, please discuss this with Dr. Reed beforehand.
Please view our web-site for a copy of your consent form related to the surgery you are anticipating. If you are unable to access a copy, kindly request our office to mail or fax you a copy. All forms are in Acrobat Reader format. Download the reader here:
Then using a printed form, mark it up with any questions or concerns that you might have.
Prior to scheduling please be sure all of your questions and concerns have been answered to your satisfaction.
Be sure to bring the form to your consultation with a list of questions for discussion with Dr. Reed.
Complications that may arise, risks, and potential adverse reactions are mentioned, based upon the knowledge and experience of Dr. Reed, including some conjectured risks.
Please also acquaint yourself with the American Urological Association policy statement relating to Penile Augmentation.
"The American Urological Association, Inc.® (AUA) considers injection of fat cells for increasing penile girth (width) to be a procedure which has not been shown to be safe or effective.
The AUA also considers the cutting of the suspensory ligament of the penis for increasing penile length in adults to be a procedure that has not been shown to be safe or effective."
Glossary of Terms
Penis: The male organ used for urination and sex
Suspensory ligament: Band of tissue that holds the penis up against the pubic bone.
Dr. Harold Reed is a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology, a Senior Member of the American Urological Association (having attended 35 consecutive annual meetings), a member of the Society of Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons, the American Academy of Phalloplasty Surgeons (treasurer), the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, International College of Surgeons, and in 1986 had satisfied admission requirements of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons and was made a Fellow.
Graduating from the University of Rochester and S.U.N.Y. Medical Center, he interned on the Cornell surgery service at Bellevue Hospital, and completed urology residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He has received certification in post-graduate microsurgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
While a Captain in the U.S. Army he served as a squadron surgeon in Korea. Dr. Reed has authored several urological papers and produced 2 genital reconstruction videos, "Penile Revascularization" and "Augmentation Phalloplasty" (penis enlargement) both accepted for viewing by the American Urological Association.
Dr. Reed has been performing penile enlargement surgery since 1986. The procedure involves as needed release of the suspensory ligament, pubic liposuction or dissection, and taking down of the "turkey neck" deformity (peno-scrotal web). That portion of the penile shaft under the skin is about as long as the pendulous penis and assumes an arched course under the pubic bone. Release of this arch allows the penis to protrude further outwards. Click to read more information regarding penis enlargement or phalloplasty.