Penuma surgery primarily focuses on increasing penile girth and is not intended to directly cause significant changes in the overall shape or appearance of the penis. The procedure is designed to add volume to the penile shaft, which can lead to an increase in girth.
However, any surgical procedure can potentially lead to changes in the appearance of the surgical area, including the penis. Here are some points to consider:
- Scar Formation: Like any surgery, Penuma surgery involves incisions, and scarring can occur as a natural part of the healing process. Surgeons make efforts to minimize scarring and place incisions in inconspicuous areas, but individual healing responses can vary.
- Healing and Recovery: Swelling, bruising, and other changes in the appearance of the surgical area can occur during the initial healing and recovery period. These changes are usually temporary.
- Individual Variation: Every individual’s body responds differently to surgical procedures. Some might experience more noticeable changes in appearance, while others might have minimal changes.
- Communication with Surgeon: If you have specific concerns about the potential impact of Penuma surgery on the shape or appearance of your penis, it’s advisable to discuss these concerns openly with your surgeon during your consultation.