What is Penuma®?
Is Penuma® FDA-Cleared?
Penuma® is cleared by FDA for the aesthetic correction of the penis.
Penuma® patients have reported high success and improved confidence and self-esteem – you can find more information by reviewing the IRB-approved, 400 patient, 5-year retrospective review, viewing our patient testimonials, and reading our reviews.
Girth, as well as flaccid length, increased by 1 to 2 inches on average, along with the potential for even greater growth over time. Individual results may vary, and all potential risks and complications will be discussed in advance.
Does Penuma® Feel Natural?
Yes. The Penuma® implant is designed to provide a natural-looking and feeling enhancement whether the penis is flaccid or erect.After a consultation, we will determine if you are a candidate for the 45 to 60-minute operation. With the aid of general anesthesia, the patented, medical-grade silicone Penuma® implant gets placed along the shaft of your penis through an incision above the base (no incisions on the penis). Patients are typically walking the day of procedure.
Where Can I Learn More About Penuma®?
There’s also been an IRB-approved 5-year clinical study of over 400 Penuma® patients published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Sexual Medicine. The result was that 81% of patients reported “high” or “very high” satisfaction levels.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unlike other penile enhancement options, Penuma® has a long track record of success.
Like any other medical implant, there are potential risks and complications associated with Penuma®, including seroma, scar formation, and infection. All potential risks and complications will be discussed in detail with patients in advance of the procedure.
The clinics have found that complications can typically be mitigated by adherence to pre- and post-operative instructions.
Methods like penis pumps, stretching, or clamping, which can lead to bruising, tissue, and nerve damage, have to be done regularly. Penuma® is permanent, but it is also reversible for any reason.
Fat, silicone injections, and other fillers run the risk of being absorbed into the body and, like dermal fat grafting, can lead to deformities and damaged skin and the need for multiple treatments. This is why the American Urological Association discourages fat injection in the penis as well the division of the suspensory ligament.
We generally don’t provide Penuma® implants for people who have had filler, fat, silicone gel, and similar procedures because the skin of the penis simply can’t accommodate the Penuma® implant.
Each patient’s circumstances will determine the cost of the implant. If paying for the procedure is an issue, many of our clinics offer financing plans, including zero interest options for a period of time.You can also learn more about the costs of getting a Penuma® implant here.
How Do I Schedule a Consultation?
Contact us now, and we can set up a Penuma® consultation with one of our experienced consultants.
Penuma®: Live life for the better – and bigger.