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  • Why is PMMA girth enlargement not performed in USA? PMMA concerns

    Nice board S.L.E. glad to be here! I am very interested in PMMA girth thickening, but have concerns because PMMA is not available in the USA, and is not FDA approved. I've read 100's of PMMA patient reports on some of the other forums like phalloboards and pegym, but they all seem to read out of a mechanized trash novel, you know the lines, "I've been here for several months, have read everything, and I'm having PMMA next week." That's great, but the PMMA reports there seem to read very, very similar and seem to be written in a very, very similar way if you catch my drift. They claim to be un-biased, but 99.9% of the reports are of patients going to Dr. Casavantes the dermatologist and getting multiple rounds of PMMA.

    On phalloboards they are the harshest critique toward Dr. James Elist, a Beverly Hills Urologist that implants an FDA approved "Permanent Subcutaneous Soft Silicone Implant." I am also considering Elist for my enlargement, as I do not trust phalloboard's super shill tower. What concerns me is the sheer amount of picture documentation of patients that have had complications with the Elist implant, despite the implant's FDA approval. The Elist subcutaneous soft silicone implant does require phalloplasty. Therefore there are scalpels and sutures involved, thus increasing the possible risks and complications. PMMA is an injectable filler and does not require surgery. PMMA may be a safer girth route to take, but if that's true, why isn't PMMA available in the USA for penis enlargement?

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    PMMA Brands and the FDA

    There is a brand of PMMA that is FDA approved, I think the name is Artefill . I found this PMMA article helpful: Dermal Fillers: PMMA Minimally Invasive Procedure plasticsurgery.org

    Artefill is FDA approved, but from my research it's a poor choice for larger volumes needed for penis enlargement. Wikepedia states, "Artefill is a gel suspension of 20% polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) 30- to 42-micron microspheres, 3.5% collagen derived from cows, and 0.3% lidocaine." The article Wikipedia.org/wiki/Artefill ellaborates that the PMMA microspheres do not get absorbed by the human body, and is a permanent scaffold that incorporates the patient's own collagenous tissue. This also means that PMMA can only be removed by surgical dissection.

    Linnea Safe (formerly NewPlastic) and 30% Metacril seem to be the norm when considering penis girth fillers. The PMMA Dr's C out of Tijuana prefer using Metacril, or Linnea Safe. These PMMA brands are typically injected in volumes of 15cc's to 38cc's. I have read a few reports from patients who think the United States approved Artefill is somehow purer, or safer than the penis dermal filler brands Linnea Safe, or Metacril. On the contrary, Linnea Safe and Metacril have huge markets in Brazil with the all too famous, "perfect Brazilian ass," we have come to know as the benchmark. Why bother expanding a market they are already known for?
    Last edited by ArtPhil; 07-24-2015, 07:56 AM.

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    • #3
      phalloboards 2015

      Originally posted by SurgeryQUEST View Post
      I've read 100's of PMMA patient reports on some of the other forums like phalloboards and pegym, but they all seem to read out of a mechanized trash novel, you know the lines, "I've been here for several months, have read everything, and I'm having PMMA next week." That's great, but the PMMA reports there seem to read very, very similar and seem to be written in a very, very similar way if you catch my drift. They claim to be un-biased, but 99.9% of the reports are of patients going to Dr. Casavantes the dermatologist and getting multiple rounds of PMMA.

      On phalloboards they are the harshest critique toward Dr. James Elist, a Beverly Hills Urologist that implants an FDA approved "Permanent Subcutaneous Soft Silicone Implant." I am also considering Elist for my enlargement, as I do not trust phalloboard's super shill tower. What concerns me is the sheer amount of picture documentation of patients that have had complications with the Elist implant, despite the implant's FDA approval. The Elist subcutaneous soft silicone implant does require phalloplasty. Therefore there are scalpels and sutures involved, thus increasing the possible risks and complications. PMMA is an injectable filler and does not require surgery. PMMA may be a safer girth route to take, but if that's true, why isn't PMMA available in the USA for penis enlargement?
      I agree with you to some degree, I've been a member at phalloboards 2.0 ever since it was phalloboards.org. Who knows the transition could have fallen into the wrong greedy hands. There's big money in penis enlargement, I read somewhere men spend over $250,000,000 yearly on penis enlargements. Not sure what percent phalloplasty and PMMA are in the pie, but I'm sure it's hefty as Dr.'s like James Elist and Brian Rosenthal are certifiable millionaires from pe surgery.

      I found this site over at the phalloboards. The Mods over there posted that this site was plagued and covered with "Porn Ads" spewed everywhere. I visited SurgeryLife last night for the first time and spent about 3 hours on the site watching all the pe videos and read over all the information here; I did not find 1 Ad on surgerylifeenhancement.com or their forums, and certainly there are NO porn Ads. There are some really nice pictures of the ladies on here, but there clearly for our visual pleasure. Clearly this phalloboards statement was untrue and really shines a light on what their true intention is: Dr. Casavantes... and everyone else, Dan Salas's doctors and the phalloboards hated, Dr. Elist are basically the Devil. According to phalloboards, Dr. Luis Casavantes' Aventi Derma is the leading PMMA pioneer and crusader for the "people," or the "brotherhood." It's now obvious as to what phalloboards is now made up with, a bunch of unclear propaganda motivated($?) Casavantes pumpers. I am truly impressed with what Phallocare is presenting in this site and my eyes are now open.

      I am disgusted with phalloboards, and renounce my membership to phalloboards 2.0 and phalloboards.org. surgerylife is my new resource for reliable penis and PMMA info.

      floored,

      tank - Ireland

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      • #4
        Phalloboards on Google

        Originally posted by tank View Post
        I agree with you to some degree, I've been a member at phalloboards 2.0 ever since it was phalloboards.org. Who knows the transition could have fallen into the wrong greedy hands. There's big money in penis enlargement, I read somewhere men spend over $250,000,000 yearly on penis enlargements. Not sure what percent phalloplasty and PMMA are in the pie, but I'm sure it's hefty as Dr.'s like James Elist and Brian Rosenthal are certifiable millionaires from pe surgery.

        I found this site over at the phalloboards . The Mods over there posted that this site was plagued and covered with "Porn Ads" spewed everywhere. I visited SurgeryLife last night for the first time and spent about 3 hours on the site watching all the pe videos and read over all the information here; I did not find 1 Ad on surgerylifeenhancement.com or their forums, and certainly there are NO porn Ads. There are some really nice pictures of the ladies on here, but there clearly for our visual pleasure. Clearly this phalloboards statement was untrue and really shines a light on what their true intention is: Dr. Casavantes... and everyone else, Dan Salas's doctors and the phalloboards hated, Dr. Elist are basically the Devil. According to phalloboards , Dr. Luis Casavantes' Aventi Derma is the leading PMMA pioneer and crusader for the "people," or the "brotherhood." It's now obvious as to what phalloboards is now made up with, a bunch of unclear propaganda motivated($?) Casavantes pumpers. I am truly impressed with what Phallocare is presenting in this site and my eyes are now open.

        I am disgusted with phalloboards, and renounce my membership to phalloboards 2.0 and phalloboards.org. surgerylife is my new resource for reliable penis and PMMA info.

        floored,

        tank - Ireland

        Right? Seriously though... I just read over there that this is a new site and there's no links anywhere going here. I googled phalloboards and this site, this exact post was on page 1 google for "phalloboards" lol. So technically, this .com is new, but Phallocare has been in existence since 1996. I call that casting deceitful shadows in my book. I'm not Dick Tracy, or anything, but it's pretty obvious www.phallocare.com

        I run a SEO firm in St. Luis, those that don't know what SEO means, SEO is search engine optimization. I make a living tracking and building sites slurped up by the search engines, like google. If this site was in the technical sense 1 month old, there is no way in hell this PMMA and phalloboards discussion would place on page 1 google that fast.

        SurgeryLife is Phallocare and traffic and link-backs seems to point from a website called TotalLifeEnhancement. Not sure, but possibly Phallocare enlisted TotalLifeEnhancement's Web-guy/Web-assets from there. TotalLife's .com dates back to 1998.

        ~fsociety

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        • #5
          Phallocare stands on it's OWN

          Originally posted by tank View Post
          I agree with you to some degree, I've been a member at phalloboards 2.0 ever since it was phalloboards.org. Who knows the transition could have fallen into the wrong greedy hands. There's big money in penis enlargement, I read somewhere men spend over $250,000,000 yearly on penis enlargements. Not sure what percent phalloplasty and PMMA are in the pie, but I'm sure it's hefty as Dr.'s like James Elist and Brian Rosenthal are certifiable millionaires from pe surgery.

          I found this site over at the phalloboards . The Mods over there posted that this site was plagued and covered with "Porn Ads" spewed everywhere. I visited SurgeryLife last night for the first time and spent about 3 hours on the site watching all the pe videos and read over all the information here; I did not find 1 Ad on surgerylifeenhancement.com or their forums, and certainly there are NO porn Ads. There are some really nice pictures of the ladies on here, but there clearly for our visual pleasure. Clearly this phalloboards statement was untrue and really shines a light on what their true intention is: Dr. Casavantes... and everyone else, Dan Salas's doctors and the phalloboards hated, Dr. Elist are basically the Devil. According to phalloboards , Dr. Luis Casavantes' Aventi Derma is the leading PMMA pioneer and crusader for the "people," or the "brotherhood." It's now obvious as to what phalloboards is now made up with, a bunch of unclear propaganda motivated($?) Casavantes pumpers. I am truly impressed with what Phallocare is presenting in this site and my eyes are now open.

          I am disgusted with phalloboards, and renounce my membership to phalloboards 2.0 and phalloboards.org. surgerylife is my new resource for reliable penis and PMMA info.

          floored,

          tank - Ireland
          Originally posted by #MrRobot View Post
          Right? Seriously though... I just read over there that this is a new site and there's no links anywhere going here. I googled phalloboards and this site, this exact post was on page 1 google for "phalloboards" lol. So technically, this .com is new, but Phallocare has been in existence since 1996. I call that casting deceitful shadows in my book. I'm not Dick Tracy, or anything, but it's pretty obvious www.phallocare.com

          I run a SEO firm in St. Luis, those that don't know what SEO means, SEO is search engine optimization. I make a living tracking and building sites slurped up by the search engines, like google. If this site was in the technical sense 1 month old, there is no way in hell this PMMA and phalloboards discussion would place on page 1 google that fast.

          SurgeryLife is Phallocare and traffic and link-backs seems to point from a website called TotalLifeEnhancement. Not sure, but possibly Phallocare enlisted TotalLifeEnhancement's Web-guy/Web-assets from there. TotalLife's .com dates back to 1998.

          ~fsociety
          Thank you gentlemen for the information about phalloboards, I am truly shocked that they would stoop to such levels. I am not in the least bit concerned with whatever may be written over there. Phallocare doesn't hide behind a computer. We show you penis enlargement, and we are very candid about our 20 year history. Phallocare stands on it's own, we have provided services for porn stars, doctors, lawyers, janitors, and even a Heavyweight World Boxing Champion trainer.

          So lets get back to what's important, PMMA and penis enlargement. SurgeryQuest brought up some great questions. So, let's try to stay on subject, and ignore the distractions. I know we are all very passionate about penis enlargement, and sometimes other websites, or enlargement companies try to steer people away from other pe resources. Unfortunately, for them, this isn't my first rodeo. I was directly involved with phalloplasty and penis enlargement 15 years prior to the creation of the site our members have been mentioning. I've seen them come and go over the years, and no matter what Phallocare is still here.

          Sincerely,

          Dan

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          • #6
            Phallocare

            Originally posted by Dan Salas View Post
            Thank you gentlemen for the information about phalloboards, I am truly shocked that they would stoop to such levels. I am not in the least bit concerned with whatever may be written over there. Phallocare doesn't hide behind a computer. We show you penis enlargement, and we are very candid about our 20 year history. Phallocare stands on it's own, we have provided services for porn stars, doctors, lawyers, janitors, and even a Heavyweight World Boxing Champion trainer.

            So lets get back to what's important, PMMA and penis enlargement. SurgeryQuest brought up some great questions. So, let's try to stay on subject, and ignore the distractions. I know we are all very passionate about penis enlargement, and sometimes other websites, or enlargement companies try to steer people away from other pe resources. Unfortunately, for them, this isn't my first rodeo. I was directly involved with phalloplasty and penis enlargement 15 years prior to the creation of the site our members have been mentioning. I've seen them come and go over the years, and no matter what Phallocare is still here.

            Sincerely,

            Dan
            Thank you for the info, Dan. I've read about your company Phallocare and seen a lot of your movies like the BBC phalloplasty special. Thank you for all these updates. Nice to hear it right from the source.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SkyWalker View Post
              Thank you for the info, Dan. I've read about your company Phallocare and seen a lot of your movies like the BBC phalloplasty special. Thank you for all these updates. Nice to hear it right from the source.
              SkyWalker,

              We are aiming to provide daily videos about what we're doing and what’s possible with penis enlargement. The future is here, we want to be your reality TV for phalloplasty, PMMA, and other non-surgical methods, such as Chem-PE.

              Originally posted by ArtPhil View Post
              There is a brand of PMMA that is FDA approved, I think the name is Artefill . I found this PMMA article helpful: Dermal Fillers: PMMA Minimally Invasive Procedure plasticsurgery.org
              ArtPhil,

              I quoted your great info, but it's a little outdated. Artefill is now available as Bellafill®. Bellafill, much like Artefill, is a FDA approved PMMA, made in the United States. Bellafill is also "Health Canada Approved". The Bellafill formula, made by SUNEVA® Medical, combines 90% purified bovine collagen, and 20% polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA).

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