Penuma surgery primarily focuses on increasing penile girth and is not intended to directly cause changes in the overall color or pigmentation of the penis. The procedure involves the insertion of a silicone implant under the penile skin to enhance girth, but it does not involve altering the natural pigmentation of the skin.
However, any surgical procedure on the genital area can potentially influence the appearance of the surgical area, including the penis. Swelling, bruising, and changes in blood flow during the healing and recovery period might temporarily affect the color and pigmentation of the skin. These changes are usually temporary and should gradually improve as the healing process progresses.
If you have specific concerns about the potential impact of Penuma surgery on the color or pigmentation of your penis, it’s advisable to discuss these concerns openly with your surgeon during your consultation. They can provide you with accurate information based on your individual anatomy and circumstances. It’s also important to follow your surgeon’s postoperative instructions for a successful recovery.