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New fillers / options on the horizon? 3 weeks 5 days ago #1308708695

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Hi all -

Curious to hear about any new research or trials for these types of procedures. Have to believe there are new fillers in development or some other kind of improvement getting examined. For example, I believe Volux (not offered in US for penis enhancement - I was told) is getting a look.

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New fillers / options on the horizon? 3 weeks 5 days ago #1308708696

Wanna8x6 wrote: Hi all -

Curious to hear about any new research or trials for these types of procedures. Have to believe there are new fillers in development or some other kind of improvement getting examined. For example, I believe Volux (not offered in US for penis enhancement - I was told) is getting a look.


Most fillers today are quite satisfactory in what they do, chances are most development is being put into improving them, in terms of quality and cost-effectiveness.

Volux is simply another iteration/brand of Hyaluronic Acid.

That said, the most "recent/new" filler I've seen around the corner is Renuva, which is essentially an "off-the-shelf" fat injection, coupled with a mixture of proteins, collagen, and growth factors. This eliminates having to harvest fat thus making it completely non-surgical. Dr. Tsay is the only Sponsor offering Renuva for girth enhancement that I'm aware of at this time.

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New fillers / options on the horizon? 3 weeks 5 days ago #1308708697

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Yes but volux is “longer” and therefore firmer to the touch. I’d think that gives a more satisfactory result than the HA commonly used in the US.

I also heard about research for a filler similar to Ellanse but it’s very early and I didn’t get a name. Would be great if one of the docs could weigh in.

I’ll read about the one you mentioned. Thanks.

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New fillers / options on the horizon? 3 weeks 5 days ago #1308708698

Wanna8x6 wrote: Yes but volux is “longer” and therefore firmer to the touch. I’d think that gives a more satisfactory result than the HA commonly used in the US.

I also heard about research for a filler similar to Ellanse but it’s very early and I didn’t get a name. Would be great if one of the docs could weigh in.

I’ll read about the one you mentioned. Thanks.


It's quite possible Volux lasts longer. What's interesting is that the cross-linking done with each iteration of HA yields a slightly different "characteristic" - whether it be firmness, longevity, viscosity, etc.

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