Can the Problems Associated With A Short Frenulum Get Better By Themselves?
No, unfortunately a short frenulum generally does not get better on its own. Some physicians suggest stretching exercises but the frenulum is a rather tough tissue that is not easily stretched. A frenulectomy is usually necessary to release the tight band of tissue creating painful downward traction.
What is the Treatment for a Short Frenulum?
A frenulectomy is a specialized technique that treats this condition by removing the tight restriction, allowing increased skin range of motion. It is done in our clinic and takes only minutes to perform. The tight frenulum is released, allowing improved pleasure without fear of pain or bleeding.
How Do I Book an Appointment?
Please contact us to schedule an appointment. You can use the form and we will book an appointment for you for an assessment. After the initial appointment we will book your frenulectomy procedure, if that is what is recommended.
Is A Frenulectomy Painful?
We perform frenulectomy without material discomfort during the procedure. You will have tenderness during the healing period of one to two months.
How Will This Affect Me?
After a frenulectomy, because the tight band is released, you can have an improved experience, due to less pain and worry from tearing and bleeding.
Will I Need to Take Time Off Work?
Recovery from penile frenulectomy is fairly fast and painless. Most men do not require additional pain medications after the procedure and are able to return to office work in the next few days. If your work requires heavy or physical activity, you will need a few more days off.