Male foreskin circumcision is the surgical removal of the skin fold on the glans of the penis. This procedure is possible for all ages.
A type of operation depends on personal preferences and medical conditions. A doctor may recommend one of the following types of circumcision:
Penis recovery after circumcision
One of the most popular circumcision techniques is a "double incision". The procedure involves two separate circular incisions on the internal and external foreskin, followed by the removal of the skin between them (exactly the amount of foreskin the patient chooses to have removed). Afterward, the remainder of the foreskin is stitched together with self-dissolving stitches and protected with an aseptic bandage.
“The German method” of circumcision (foreskin plastic surgery) does not involve removing a foreskin. It includes several incisions that are stitched together transversely. The foreskin is slightly shortened, the foreskin opening is enlarged, and as a result, the glans can be opened easily. The development of modern technology has made it possible to use laser circumcision extensively.
Pictures before and after: