I\'m not sure, but I think it is placed between the bucks fasia and darte fasia (maybe I\'m incorrect?). It (PMMA) is injected along with a liquid carrier so it would move a bit - but I think they can place it fairly accurately/strategically. As long as the product is not dislodged due to incorrect massaging whilst it sets - the answer is probably something akin to \"there\'s a good chance that it can\"
Mmm, I suspect this is a tricky request UNLESS it were a touch up after a full round. Aesthetically-speaking, I imagine \"spot-enhancing\" the shaft without any prior product could end up looking pretty funky. Maybe it could work, but from first glance I don\'t think it\'s a wise approach.
smalljay wrote: I plan on asking Wade this question soon, particularly whether injecting PMMA on the top side of my Dick can be avoided. I have a slight upward curve to my unit (the one part of my Dick that I actually like), so I\'d hate to lose it. There was another member here who was around my size and claimed to lose his curve due to the PMMA being injected into and filling the space where the curve was.
Another member in the same thread proposed that perhaps the doctor avoid injecting PMMA on the top part of the unit - but who knows if they can even do that without the whole result looking funny? I guess when you get a procedure like this, you have to possibly trade off some aesthetics for size.
I have a curved penis now, thx to the best PE dr in the world, Butcher elist!
PMMA did not fix it even though Wade assured me it would take care of it. But since no two penises are a like, one can never predict the PMMA final results, even Dr C and Wade. You will have to balance out the benefits of PMMA vs the possibility of losing your slight curve.