I'm with you on that one, I think that a "conservative" approach is the right one here given the irreversible part of the equation. "Move ahead cautiously when there is no turning back..." isn't that what Indiana Jones would have said?
This is exactly what Dr Casavantes highly recommends and he is apparently not so pleased with the fact that girth hungry patients seek bigger is better solutions to too little girth. Now don't get me wrong, girth is also what I want because it is what the ladies like - right? But heck why settle for just a little when you can get a lot?
I think it might be useful to start a Penis Aesthetics thread here, so that we no longer fail to lost all sense of reference as to what an organ looks like. Not that they can't come in all shapes and sizes, but that there might be some incidence of the final result which might both impact our decision so go ahead with a certain procedure or other, or to do so with specific objectives in mind.
I would refer to PMMA as "collagen sculpting" which when done with skillful hands such as those of Dr C can produce amazingly splendid results. But as with any artist you can't just tell them "pack it on!" and hope it will look perfect. I think that he should know what you seek but then let his artistic licence speak. His task, since it is permanent and we are only the "guardian of our penis", is to enhance it and not turn it into a circus freak. Sure we want to get the oooohs and gasps... But at the end we'll wind up with what we have for keeps.
Form and function cannot always be met in equal measure and of course trade-offs will need to be made. If you're short as I and a few others here are, then it is a choice between limiting girth objectives or sacrificing the usual longitudinal proportions of a projected organ which might tend to appear to be stubbed. Now if it pleases the ladies they may come to find that shape beautiful for the promise of joy it represents.
Yet it is also something which incarnates our sense of manhood, who we are and what we have got as a hidden asset? At least this is how I perceive it from my current next to bankrupt assessment in my own accounting. So preserving at least a semblance of authentic appearance will help not only feel good about how it reflects on our overall bodily aesthetics, but also will help us identify it as ours and not some transplanted organ that looks nothing like us.
I think that IF this summer I go ahead and visit Dr C it will be with that purpose in mind, to resculpt the penis with first and foremost aesthetics in mind, regardless of the time taken and number of sessions or cost to achieve a result. Taking it slower than fast will no doubt not only limit the risks of unexpected shapes needing further thickening to conceal, but it will also give one more gradual options in terms of just how to taper, what the perfect base girth might be, and even the general shape of the organ. FWIW.