106 views so far and still no answers?
From what i have read they mostly self correct over time (plz correct me if I am wrong).
I have been pinging a few people that had complications with the same question. Hopefully, someone will respond.
Well I would say it like this. For me personally IF I did have complications requiring attention personally I would go to Dr. C for it. But that\'s just because I am comfortable with him and feel like he would know what the best course of action would be.
The thing is... from what we know so far there are no Doctors in the USA or Canada who openly perform PMMA procedures on the penis. If someone really didn\'t want to go to Dr. C (maybe they are angry with him or their results or don\'t like what he has to say... or they simply can\'t afford to fly out to San Diego / Tijuana) I think they should seek out a clinic / Dermatologist which has experience with the PMMA product. An FDA approved PMMA does exist but it is very expensive so I doubt it is commonly used here in North America (vs botox and other fillers) so it might be hard to find dermatologists who you can really trust.
From what I have read here it does sound like other PE docs know of PMMA and how it works and CHL in his drudge report mentioned a consultation with a Urologist about Removal of the PMMA material. The doctor in his case said they could do it.
So short answer, personally I would go to Dr. C or another doctor who has experience with PMMA.
Long answer... if you insist on not going to Dr. C or another Dr with penile PMMA experience I would shop around and make sure that your Dermatologist or Urologist really knows how to deal with the situation at hand.
Probably a simple phone call or email or consultation would give you a better idea on whether or not your Dermatologist can handle it... I would just hate to have a Dr. \"try\" to fix an issue that they have never dealt with before.
This probably highlights one of the major complications. Should something that starts off as relatively minor happen, you can\'t just go to a local Dermatologist to correct the issue, you have to wait to get to Tijuana Mexico. Those of you in soco are fine, but im in the southeast which a trip like that would take considerable planning.
/e I called several Dermatologist and plastic surgeons in my area - none of the nurses or receptionist had a clue if the doctor had experience working with PMMA or other dermal fillers.....So I can probably rule them out.