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Male Enhancement: Getting a Larger Male Member, Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Victor Loria Pioneers Safe Cosmetic Filler Insertion
Date:12/19/2013

The fillers I use in my 'Platinum Procedure' produce collagen and adapt to a man's anatomy." Bob Druy, one of Dr. Loria's patients, is a believer. "The difference here is Dr. Loria's procedure actually works. And I'm living proof."

"There are many medical and psychological reasons that men ask how to increase penis length or to enlarge and change the shape of the penis," said Dr. Loria.

It's not the first time that a medical treatment for one condition ? facial treatments ? turns out to be effective for another. Botox, for instance, has for years helped eliminate facial wrinkles and reduce excessive underarm sweat. "It's certainly gratifying to help people overcome medical challenges. I consider penis enlargement and reconstructive surgery an art as well as a science," added Dr. Loria.

About Dr. Loria: Dr. Victor Loria, D.O., is the medical director of the Miami-based Male Enhancement & Penis Enlargement Medicine & Surgery Center (call 1-877–DR- LORIA or 877-375-6742).

Media Requests or Interviews: Contact Dr. Loria 786-409-5911
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