Frequently asked questions
FAQ: Isn't there a quick surgical alternative?
A: NO! Some men have endured experimental transplants of scrotal skin, but the complication rates are high, the risks and drawbacks are very significant, and the results are generally
disappointing. Circumcision can leave the scrotum tight
anyway, and borrowing more skin from the scrotum leaves one with
an uncomfortably tight scrotum, and puffy, hairy, mismatched
skin at the critical extreme point of the skin tube. Every
surgical incision causes some die-back of nerves, and carries
the risk of serious infection.
While the victim of a very extremely
botched circumcision may benefit from surgery, even the handful
of men who have had a successful procedure would advise an
average cut male to pursue non-surgical restoration.