Dermal filler is best moulded (if any moulding is necessary), when erect, as the erect shaft provides resistance into which the filler can be pressed.
If you have any doubt regarding your ability to achieve an erection after your procedure, bearing in mind your penis may be a little tender, please ask the doctor for a prescription of erectile dysfunction medication (Viagra).
Malleability of the filler
There is some initial malleability to Hyaluronic acid-based fillers, (you can mould the filler by applying pressure to it to spread and flatten it out when erect). This can be of benefit in allowing you to smooth out small irregularities.
If you want to move the filler towards the head or the base, then you will be able to massage it somewhat in either direction while the penis is erect. It is best to start moulding as soon as possible (but a minimum of 4 hours after the procedure). As each day passes the filler will integrate with surrounding tissue and ‘set’ more firmly becoming harder to move and adjust.
The hyaluronic acid dermal filler will integrate with the penile tissue during the first 14 days. After this period any abnormal placement will need to be dissolved and reinjected, which is possible only with Hyaluronic acid fillers.
Note: Dissolving is not possible with Ellanse. Hyaluronic acid filler can be spot dissolved to adjust small areas if necessary (there is no need to dissolve all the filler in order to make a correction).
The harder the Hyaluronic acid filler, the more difficult it will be to mould, please see www.androfill.co.uk/filler-types