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Foreskin Restoration

What is Foreskin Restoration?

Foreskin restoration is the surgical or non-surgical means of recreating, the prepuce skin covering over the head of the male penis; that was surgically removed. The non-surgical method of foreskin restoration, involves precise stretching exercises that gradually cause tissue expansion to extend directly over the Glans Penis, or otherwise known as the head of the penis.

Surgical foreskin restoration is a medical procedure, not usually covered by medical insurance, which costs approximately $2000.00. Surgical foreskin reconstruction involves general anesthesia, however is still an outpatient surgery. Nevertheless, it is important to realize that once the original foreskin has been removed, it cannot ever be completely reconstructed to its original anatomy. However, it is still possible to regain most of the lost sexual sensation, by greatly enhancing the sexual pleasure. Moreover, most men feel an increase measure of personal comfort throughout their day. Gentlemen, who have had their prepuce restored already (surgically or non-surgically) annually report greater feelings of wholeness, and empowerment. It might be worth checking out fella’s. Therefore, be sure to ask a plastic surgeon or dermatologist, for all the medical pro’s or con’s of medical foreskin reconstruction surgery, today!

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IntimatEvolution 6 years ago from Columbia, MO USA Author

Glad you stopped by. Thank you for reading this hub, and commenting about it.


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Cagsil 6 years ago from USA or America

That was definitely interesting reading. Thank you. I learned something new today. Very much appreciated. :)


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Anath 6 years ago

This is a new one for me. Thanks for the info!

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