Miami Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon Dr. Maercks – Successful Penis Enlargement, Phalloplasty Procedures (Photos)

  • Achieve enlarged girth and increased length with without scars, implants or foreign bodies!
  • No Loss of Sensitivity!  No Cutting! Tissue Focused Procedure!
  • Low Risk and Minimally invasive!

Phalloplasty at The Maercks Institute is uniquely designed with a Histiocentric, or tissue focused, perspective.  As medical director, Dr. Maercks has developed a consistently highly efficacious method of reliably and safely enlarging both length and girth of the penis without scars, implants or foreign bodies.  Using a refined method of fat and stem cell transfer the penis is projected significantly away from the abdominal wall without severing any anatomical structure and without any incision or scaring.

The entire length of the penis from the internal abdominal wall is stented forward, girth is dramatically enhanced and blood flow and microcirculation are enhanced.  Common procedures used to lengthen the penis involve cutting the skin and ligament which can decrease the vasculature of the penis and cause fibrosis and scarring.  These sequelae can reduce penile function sensitivty and actually reduce length.


  • Increased Girth
  • Increased Length
  • No Scarring
  • No Stitches
  • No Implants
  • No Foreign Material
  • No Loss of Sensitivity
  • No Cutting of Skin or Ligaments
  • Performed by Certified Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

Call  305-328-8256 for a confidential phalloplasty consultation

Phalloplasty ( Penis Enlargement ) Before and After Pictures

All patients depicted in the galleries below are 3-15 months post Maercks Phalloplasty in the right pictures. Most patients exhibit approximate doubling of girth and  50-120% increase in length as measured from top of shaft take off from abdominal wall to tip of glans.



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Dr. Maercks’ extensive medical training at the prestigious Duke University School of Medicine included a focus in vascular biology and tissue engineering while enrolled in the extremely selective Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP). Through the NIH-funded MSTP, Dr. Maercks concurrently trained as an M.D. and PhD. Learn more about Dr. Maercks.`