The Morganstern Instant Enhancement is the best bargain around for the guy on a budget wanting a safe and effective procedure for a larger penis.
Our Non-Surgical technique is a relatively simple yet proven approach to getting a medically larger penis quickly and affordably.
With approved financing you can be sporting a bigger and more confident you – for as little as $500 down!
Enlarge Shaft Thickness
The Instant Enhancement is achieved through our proprietary injection technique with a combination of FDA-approved fillers that will enlarge the shaft / thickness and glans of your penis resulting in a visibly larger, thicker member both when flaccid and erect.
Features of Our Affordable Instant Enhancement Penis Augmentation
- Impressive size increase of penis girth with FDA-approved fillers. Includes a glans enhancement to proportionally match your newly increased thickness.
- Non-Surgical Procedure: No Cutting, No Stitches, No Scalpels
- Quick Recovery: Usually can go back to work the following day and resume sexual activity in 7-10 days.
- Undetectable enlargement – other than the fact you’re now bigger
- The Morganstern Instant Enhancement is ideal for guys not quite sure about how they feel about an enhancement procedure or currently on a restrictive budget.
How We Do It
Impressive size increase of penis girth with FDA-approved fillers. Glans can be proportionally increased at the same time.
How Long Does Enlargement Last?
Longevity varies – most men are satisfied with results after two procedures once the body produces enough cologne to augment the FDA-approved fillers. You are able to get additional filler in time if you want even more size.
Morganstern Instant Enhancement Highlights
- Increases penis thickness & circumference, glans enlarged
- Financing available with only $500 down payment with approved credit
- No Surgery
- No Cutting of Ligaments
- No Anesthesia
- No Scars
- No Stitches
- No Scalpels
- Minimal Downtime: Can usually return to work the next day. Most often men resume full sexual activity within about ten days.
Penis Enlargement Scams
American guys spend over $500 million each year on reportedly bogus male enhancement products.
There is nothing new about sexual performance products fraud. There is good reason, however, to suspect that it is becoming increasingly common. Undersized men, since time immemorial, have been easily taken in because of their especially high degree of vulnerability.
Quacks and charlatans often obtain their victims from responses to advertisements placed in sexually oriented sites or macho themed portals. Ads typically purport to increase penis size, various devices to be used during sex, or bogus hair growth remedies. Another way that victims are found in through direct email solicitations. The perpetrators are especially adept at obtaining the names of older men.
Quacks with more sophisticated scams, such as pseudoscientific psychotherapy or purported treatments based on the mysteries of the orient or the occult, sometimes obtain victims through TV advertisements or websites.
Priapus® or P-Shots®
One of our most common “repair” projects stem from patients who’ve been getting Priapus® or “P-Shots®”. This treatment is commonly provided as the be-all for any penile issues: from Penius Enlargement to Peyronie’s Disease and Erectile Dysfunction – and numerous providers cite extensive studies that support these amazing outcomes.
Where did it come from? A few years ago, the same entrepreneur who launched “The Vampire Facelift®” branded and launched his own version of platelet rich plasma injections as something novel and did a great job promoting this new marketing beast as something wonderful. Lots of cash-starved physicians and urologists were all to happy to provide this well marketed service. Worse still? Lots of other physicians tried hopping on this train wreck with their own even less developed approaches to platelet rich plasma injections.
The only supporting medical evidence for the efficacy of these treatments was from an 11-patient panel, performed in less than ideal standards by an unaccredited Medical School.
Thus, it’s simply a branded, trademark protected and licensed inched novelty that’s helping cash-starved non-urologists make extra money.
Dr. Morganstern was one of the first urologists to test platelet rich plasma injections into the penis in the 1980’s. After extensive testing and research, he found results were not beneficial and presented the potential for penis trauma by injected a foreign material into the sensitive tissue (which can lead to Peyronie’s disease).
It does offer a short-lived “placebo effect” since the injection of your reconstituted blood temporarily adds increased girth and a sense of a harder penis. Alas, the potential for damage far outweighs this temporary outcome – not to mention the constant hit to your bank account.
None of the recognized urologic leaders in erectile dysfunction offer this service – for good reason.
Don’t fall for this treatment!
Simply stated: this shot is pretty much worthless and will probably eventually end up classified like most marketing gimmicks: a mistake.
Other Frauds and Scams
The following are a few tips for preventing impotence fraud:
Tip 1: Beware of All Solicitations That Use a Blatantly Suggestive Sexual Theme
Solicitations that contain soft-porn pictures or titillating advertising copy deserve to be rejected. Impotence is a medical problem, and while promotional activities are permitted to some extent in the medical field, such activities are limited to the presentation of factual material and generally accepted standards of good taste.
Tip 2: Beware of All Solicitations That Are Too Good to Be True or Ridiculous
Fraud should be suspected whenever a solicitation offers to provide a medication, service, or some form of information that offers rapid and guaranteed results. The medications now in common use for treatment of impotence are found on many medical portals. All these drugs should be used only under medical supervision. Nevertheless, the African rhinoceros has become an endangered species due to the continuing belief in the Far East that the ground horn of a rhinoceros will improve potency. Young men continue to be taken in Tijuana and other border cities by the hawkers of “Spanish fly”.
Some forms of medication promoted by quacks can be dangerous. One example is chelation therapy, which has been promoted for treatment of hardening of the arteries, as well as for impotence. Men sometimes sniff amyl nitrate and other aromatic substances in the belief that it enhances the orgasm. The real result may be a severe headache or even damage to internal organs.
Penis size nostrums are often sold with ridiculous claims that promise not only a dramatic increase in physical dimensions, but also an extraordinary improvement in the buyer’s sexual fortunes.
Tip 3: Beware of All Solicitations from Individuals with Questionable Professional Qualifications
It is a mistake to believe that the medical establishment is the repository of all wisdom. The history of medicine does include many instances of the rejection of ideas later proven to be valid. Outsiders, such as the chemist Louis Pasteur, have also made major contributions to the medical field.
Nevertheless, there is very good reason to be cautious of solicitations made by individuals with credentials well out of the mainstream or with no credentials at all, or of solicitations by misunderstood or rejected would be geniuses.