Foreskin restoration is the process of expanding the skin on the penis to reconstruct an organ similar to the foreskin , which has been removed by circumcision or injury. Foreskin restoration is primarily accomplished by stretching the residual skin of the penis, but surgical methods also exist. Restoration creates a facsimile of the foreskin, but specialized tissues removed during circumcision cannot be reclaimed. Actual regeneration of the foreskin is experimental at this time. Some forms of restoration involve only partial regeneration in instances of a high-cut wherein the circumcisee feels that the circumciser removed too much skin and that there is not enough skin for erections to be comfortable.
Non-surgical Foreskin Restoration
Factors to think through before having your foreskin lengthened
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What It’s Like to Reconstruct Your Own Foreskin
If you were born anywhere outside of America, or a Jewish or Islamic family, you probably have a foreskin. It seems unlikely that it would be possible to re-grow a snipped foreskin simply by tugging on it albeit for four hours a day, every day for a year , but Wayne and his friends have helped over 20, men do exactly that. Vice: Hello Wayne.
Foreskin restoration is possible. The practice can be traced back to ancient Greece and Rome civilizations, and new techniques have emerged in modern times. Restoration can be done with or without surgery. Overall research on foreskin restoration is limited. Researchers in one study evaluated the participant-reported benefits of frenulum reconstruction.