I\'m not sure if it\'s worth it. I would be $2000 for 4 ccs for the product, supplies, and hylenex (in case anything goes wrong). But it did help smooth things out after my doc cut out all the PMMA nodules and has been dissolving over time. It doesn\'t necessarily stay in place, though. 2k is a lot. I am not sure I want to spend to 2k on this of all things.
Well, that was a waste of $1200. HA will not go where scars are. It will slide right around them, above them, or to the side. It will not \"puff out\" a scar - even if you do a subincision with a needle beforehand. I was really trying to take one very dented area (it\'s in my old pics, looks like someone took a bite out of my Dick) and make that even with the rest. All I did was create a giant ball above the area even though the cannula was under the scar the whole time.
I had to dissolve it all. I still have 2 cc voluma and 3 cc belotero left, but I don\'t know what tf to do with it now. My circ scar also looks awful, but given the way the HA was pushed out of the scar on my shaft, I doubt it\'s worth it to go into the circ scar. Not to mention, I need the precision of a needle if I am going to go in an area like the circ scar. Cannulas are annoying as hell (they bend so much one literally almost got stuck in my Dick!) But the safety factor with them is important.... anyway, it was basically $1200 down the drain since I had to dissolve most of it. I probably should\'ve left it alone but my procedure from 2 years ago helped immensely and I can tell it\'s wearing off a little.
I\'m not sure what to do with these scarred areas. Belotero also shifted out of the area i wanted it in, though it was MUCH easier to inject than voluma. Voluma is like injecting crazy glue.