It is right that PMMA won\'t help the curvature. I have a downward tip curve yet it does make it less noticeable when you are thicker and visually not as long. There will be more visual matter at midpoint versus what is curved so now it looks slightly less odd. FWIW
I\'ve got 15 years of experience regarding penile curvature/deviation/fibrosis and have been to the best andrologists and urologists in the world. I would never knowingly mislead anyone. I find it disheartening that even after advising people, some still seek an unproven/alternative treatment without heeding my words. The \"decrease\" in curvature is simply an optical illusion. Even with PMMA distributed equally throughout the penile shaft, the curvature will appear less obvious. The scarring will remain. If aesthetics is your primary concern, this modality may be for you. If you want to lessen your chance of developing erectile dysfunction in the future or a worsening of your condition, I highly advise you abstain from all augmentative procedures until full resolution of your problem is complete. Thank you HC for your input.