Up to 50% of men aged between 40-65 years suffer some level of erectile dysfunction, it is an extremely common condition. This can be due to normal ageing of penile vessels or due to medical conditions such as diabetes. Smokers are twice as likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction and younger men may experience erectile dysfunction due to surgery, injury, drug side effects and other medical conditions. These symptoms may be accompanied by plaque build-up, which cause curvature of the penis know as Peyronies.
CALIBRE is safe because it’s non-invasive and we only use dermal fillers that are non-permanent and have a long history of use in cosmetic procedures without harmful side effects. In fact, although relatively new to Australia, dermal fillers have been used for some time for penis enlargement in other countries. It’s thought that penis extension procedures are more common in Korea than anywhere else in the world and up to 80% of treatments carried out involve the injection of dermal fillers. There’s no difference in the way the filler works on your penis than on any other area of the body – for example the cheeks and lips where their use is perhaps best known. The filler is injected just below the skin and the body naturally integrates it into the tissue over a period of 2 - 4 weeks. In the very unlikely event of any complications, the primary filler used for CALIBRE is quickly and completely reversible. Longer-lasting products can be softened and will break down over time.
See more information here - http://calibreclinic.com.au/erectile-dysfunction/
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