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Your recommendation for someone who is very concerned about irregular shaping 2 months 3 weeks ago #1308698383

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Hello Doctors, I appreciate your taking time to respond here. I am very concerned about ending up with lumps, nodules, granulomas, or irregular shapes. As I understand it, more serious complication risks are extremely low and I'm comfortable with that, but it seems these other issues the risk is very high.

My first question is, between Ellanse and PMMA, do you believe they have the same risk of these issues, or is one lower risk than the other? If so, how significant would you say these risks are?

Secondly, what is the best option to minimize these risks? I am hoping to gain one inch from my current girth of 5.25". My erect length is 6.5"

I have read some suggestions here of getting 3 or 4 rounds at 10% rather than 2 rounds at 20% or 30%, would this be safer? Or is it better to have fewer sessions even if it's a higher %?

Overall currently my tendency is to think that maybe I should not have either of these procedures done, if it is very important to me that I have a natural looking and feeling penis.

If I reduced my goal down to a .5" increase, how significantly would this reduce these risks?

I would say that probably my tolerance is not above 3%. So if the risk that my penis will have bumps or lumps that are obvious either visually or to the touch is above 3% I think I that is not a risk I would be willing to take.

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Your recommendation for someone who is very concerned about irregular shaping 1 month 1 week ago #1308699028

Hello @jacknimble ,
My apologies for such a late response... I just realized that we haven't been monitoring this section of the forum.
An increase of one inch is the limit when circumcised patients are sensitive to irregularities.
More than one inch, independently from the length of the patient and the choice of filler, is an open door for imperfections.
Your tolerance of 3% puts you in the group of overly worried prospects, and I do not recommend this procedure to you; 3% is next to perfection; even though non-surgical phalloplasty has revolutionized the field, there is no perfect implant for the penis.
If you were let's say, in the range of 20-25%, I will still recommend an absorbable product for you (Ellansé®), and a realistic goal of a maximum 0.5-inch increase.
Dr Luis Casavantes - Dr Palmira Morales https://www.avantiderma.com Reception: info@avantiderma.com US Phone lines: (619) 308-7268 or 7269.
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