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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706689

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I’ve been lurking here for a while. I finally decided I’m going to go for filler with Avanti-Derma this Summer. However I am on the fence between Ellanse and PMMA. I was set on getting Ellanse-L but now with the possibility of it being discontinued I am looking again at PMMA. I want a longer lasting solution but there is something about “plastic micro beads” permanently floating around in my d—- that makes me cringe. Am I just being a baby? I have dental fillings that aren’t “natural” and that doesn’t bother me. The main advantage is not having to constantly go in for top offs, but maybe tops offs are not a bad thing because they allow them to correct imperfections and tweak the cosmetics? I would love to hear from both sides of the fence pros and cons.

Edit: I read through some older threads and it looks like this topic has already been beat to death. I am leaning towards taking the plunge with PMMA.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706698

Both are long-term (with new evidence coming to light that Ellanse lasts well beyond its projected 3-4 year lifespan), but PMMA is permanent, and with anything permanent (think tattoos), you're bound to find some who were regretful. From what I've seen over the years, those numbers are far and few, especially if you don't go overboard with the filler (this applies to all fillers like HA and Ellanse).

I hope others chime in but if you were to peruse the progress report sections of both 2.0 and 3.0 (this site), you'll see that "regret" isn't a common theme. This is also true for most Ellanse and Hyaluronic Acid (HA) procedures.

The best way to avoid any feeling of "regret" is to (1) be sure you're in the right state-of-mind when committing to a procedure; (2) financially stable enough to undertake the endeavor; and (3) have a game plan for your procedure (your size goals within reason, your budget, logistics, etc). If you have a significant other in the picture, my opinion is to let them know, or else their discovery that you secretly enhanced your penis won't be interpreted the way you think it will.

Good luck.
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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706700

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After reading through several old threads it seems to me they are essentially the same thing except one dissolves and one doesn’t. My main concern was that it could cause inflammation or even infection down the road but as far as I can tell there is no evidence that it does? I haven’t seen anything to really scare me away from PMMA it seems to be more of a psychological barrier because of words like “permanent” and “the rest of your life”. I guess I’m at an age where this doesn’t scare me as much as it once would have. If the safety profile is the same it seems like it would make sense to just get PMMA right off the bat rather than start with Ellanse only to decide you want a permanent filler later, that would be an expensive waste of time.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706701

BigGym wrote: After reading through several old threads it seems to me they are essentially the same thing except one dissolves and one doesn’t. My main concern was that it could cause inflammation or even infection down the road but as far as I can tell there is no evidence that it does? I haven’t seen anything to really scare me away from PMMA it seems to be more of a psychological barrier because of words like “permanent” and “the rest of your life”. I guess I’m at an age where this doesn’t scare me as much as it once would have.


Neocollagenesis is the mechanism by which your body produces new collagen in the presence of PMMA or Ellanse microspheres. This collagen is what provides you with the newly added Girth. Neocollagenesis relies on a local inflammatory response in order to trigger the collagen formation.

That may sound more aggressive than it actually is. I've dealt with neocollagenesis for over a decade with zero instances of complication or pain. Veteran forum members who have contacted me years after the fact report the same.

Any sort of infection (which are reportedly rare) happening late onset (even rarer) wouldn't be the fault of the filler, but more-or-less bad luck. Despite the measures taken by Clinics to provide patients with a sterile procedure room, infections still happen. You can google infection rates of even the most benign outpatient procedures and see that these are all risks, albeit low. You can certainly improve your chances considerably if you complete the antibiotics that Avanti Derma prescribes after the procedure.

This is why these are called elective procedures. You have to accept the risks going into them by weighing the pros & cons. Again, fortunately reports of infections are low, and late onset or serious infections even lower (as it pertains to the use of medical grade fillers by qualified practitioners). For me, the benefits of a girthier meat far outweighed the low infection risk (which could be further reduced via antibiotics post-op), and I committed knowing full-well the elective nature of these procedures.

All you can do is to continue being an informed decision maker.
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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706702

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I didn’t know Avanti Derma gives antibiotics with the procedure. That is reassuring. Does the collagen producing process slow down at some point once the filler is stabilized or do you just go on making new collagen forever?

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706703

BigGym wrote: I didn’t know Avanti Derma gives antibiotics with the procedure. That is reassuring. Does the collagen producing process slow down at some point once the filler is stabilized or do you just go on making new collagen forever?


They did last I checked, I'm assuming they still prescribe it (antibiotics).

The collagen produced is a local effect, so your body creates just enough to encapsulate the microspheres since it can't expel or dissipate it through any other means. This is how both the Girth and permanency are achieved. Your body replaces tissue and cells periodically so it stands to reason that you may produce collagen in order to ensure microspheres stay encapsulated over time.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706705

im going for my third.. i was you asking skept mad questions. I was so nervous when i went. i sat in that room feeling like i was throwing my life away. a year later it was one of the best decesions i've made. Gained way more confidence and glad my final journey will take place ithis year. I went with PMMA.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706713

When I was in the waiting room before my first procedure, I was asking myself those same questions. I’d done the research and all that, but I was still pretty nervous. It’s permanent. No one has had it for 30 years yet. It’s obviously a very important area which I don’t want damaged. But it turned out great. It’s scary at first, but I think you’ll be glad you did it.

Occasionally people have bad reactions. The two big ones I can think of both had silicone microdrops, which avanti no longer uses.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 3 months ago #1308706730

Absolutely no regrets whatsoever. It’s normal to be nervous, I was and I’m sure just about everyone else was prior.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308706768

I sure do. My penis is too thick. The PMMA is getting harder, I have very very hard plastic nodules. I'm asymmetrical. I need to find a surgeon who uses a laser that heats up the PMMA to make it soft and do lipo like suction .(Intralesional Neodymium YAG laser) That's why I'm here. looking for Dr. recommendations . My biggest advice to you or anyone planning this procedure.. Take baby steps.. Maximum filling per session should be 10-15 cc's max..

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308706773

Charlie1 wrote: I sure do. My penis is too thick. The PMMA is getting harder, I have very very hard plastic nodules. I'm asymmetrical. I need to find a surgeon who uses a laser that heats up the PMMA to make it soft and do lipo like suction .(Intralesional Neodymium YAG laser) That's why I'm here. looking for Dr. recommendations . My biggest advice to you or anyone planning this procedure.. Take baby steps.. Maximum filling per session should be 10-15 cc's max..


Do you mind if I ask who did your PMMA? Often times these aesthetic irregularities can be corrected without extreme intervention. I can help point you in the right direction.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308706776

what's too thick? whats ya stats

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308706777

i've been rereading your forums and i hear that you feel anything 6+ isn't neccessary ? I'm actually have goal of 6.5 but would settle for 6.2. for visual purposes. I"m about 5.8 now and sometimes it doesn't feel like it's the max girls can take, it also doesn't look that big too me in t he mirror. it's weird.

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308706860

Greetings! ( TLDR: No, for me PMMA increased sensation and overall sexual experience)
I noticed your thread and figured I'd toss my 2 cents as it may be of some value. I've undergone PMMA twice at Avanti Derma in Tijuana. First visit I got decent results, second visit I got merely no gains (yeah, weird). Also, because Avanti Derma likes to avoid the upper sensitive neck area of the shaft, there was a lack of Girth for the neck area and for that I then had it corrected at Elysian, Austin TX with the material of what is believed to have been silikon 1000. So now my Girth stats are 7.3 inches base Girth , 6.5 inches mid-shaft Girth , 6.2 Inch neck Girth. With that said, please remember to sit down with yourself and possibly your significant other and set a real no bullshit goal, as 'too big' is an opinionated question that will differ from varying women. I had initially set goals of "6 Inch Girth" but it quickly became evident to myself after my PMMA visit in Avanti Derma that my actual goal was to be thick enough to where my own hand cannot fully grip closed around it and i have achieved that and now am happy. I have zero regrets and the sex life has been so amazing that I have even made some new friends here in Texas that like watching their wives with me (yes, they are swingers).
although it is important to mention two things :
1. That not all women will enjoy thicker packages, as it is more friction. But this usually means, you need to spend more time arousing them more sensually and it will loosen them up more. Do what makes y'all happy.
2. Teeth become ever more prevalent as your Girth continues to rise so blow jobs may be tougher to enjoy if your partner isn't careful .

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Does anyone who got PMMA regret it? 2 years 2 months ago #1308707022

Charlie1 wrote: I sure do. My penis is too thick. The pmma is getting harder, I have very very hard plastic nodules. I'm asymmetrical. I need to find a surgeon who uses a laser that heats up the pmma to make it soft and do lipo like suction .(Intralesional Neodymium YAG laser) That's why I'm here. looking for Dr. recommendations . My biggest advice to you or anyone planning this procedure.. Take baby steps.. Maximum filling per session should be 10-15 cc's max..


I don't know of any Doctors currently offering puma removal for the penis using Intralesional Neodymium YAG laser, it's only offered for removal from the face. Dr. Goldman one of the pioneers for this technique clearly states that on his website; www.goldman.com.br/lasers/pmma/

Besides I doubt it would make a big difference, I don't see how it would be able to remove a large amount that way. Trust me your much better off getting it surgically removed.

Guy get all scared when there is talk of surgery but honestly it's not all it's made out to be. I've gone through multiple removal procedures and honestly it's the best thing I could've done. It took a lot of time and money to be sure but my penis is no longer hideous looking nor ridiculously oversized and for that I am extremely grateful.

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