Penuma surgery primarily focuses on enhancing the size and appearance of the penis during erection. The insertion of a silicone implant under the skin of the penis is intended to increase girth and potentially enhance length when erect. The direct impact of Penuma surgery on the overall size or appearance of the penis during flaccidity (when not erect) might not be a primary goal of the procedure.
While changes in flaccid size or appearance could potentially occur due to the surgical process, the effects might not be as pronounced or emphasized as the changes during erection. Any changes during flaccidity could be influenced by factors such as the type of implant used, individual anatomy, and the surgical technique employed.
If you’re considering Penuma surgery and are concerned about potential changes in flaccid size or appearance, it’s important to discuss these concerns with the surgeon who would perform the procedure. They can provide you with more specific information based on your individual circumstances and address any questions you may have.
As with any surgical procedure, having open and comprehensive discussions with qualified medical professionals is essential to fully understand potential outcomes and any changes that might occur as a result of the surgery.