Men’s Circumcision Services
- Video virtual consultation £85
- Tight foreskin phimosis Treatment, consultation only £250
- Circumcision with glue, stitches or stapler from £575
- Frenuloplasty £500
- Preputioplasty £675
- The revision or Redo Circumcision £975
- Tidy up the scar from the previous circumcision from £475
- Revision of frenulum scar tissue from 575
- Penoscrotal web release £1350
- BXO biopsy only £150
We performed circumcision with stitches, glue or a stapler. Circumcision performed in adults remains a safe surgical option under local anaesthesia in a dedicated clinical setting. Dr Khan is an expert in methods of circumcision, such as sleeve, glue, freehand, forceps guided method, dorsal slit, revision or redo circumcision.
Glue circumcision is the best option in older boys and adults
The penile frenulum release is a surgical treatment of a short penile frenulum by dividing the skin across and re‑stitching it in a lengthwise fashion. Frenulectomy or frenuloplasty surgery will allow you to retain your foreskin, but at the same time be able to keep the area clean underneath
Y-V preputioplasty is simply a foreskin releasing procedure. An incision is made on either side of the foreskin to widen it, thus allowing full retraction. The benefit of preputioplasty is that it retains foreskin and cure tight foreskin, however, the foreskin looks like a fish mouth appearance.
Redo or revision circumcision changes the life of the adult who is really worried about the scarring from a previous botched circumcision. Many adults who have been circumcised in childhood or later in life are not happy with the appearance of scarring of their penis. Re-circumcision is an option available. Problems from previous circumcisions are uneven skin, stitch tunnels, scarred frenulum, excessive, and uneven circumcision scars. Excess scarring can easily be fixed and cured in our clinic.
Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans (BXO) is a thin white crinkly patch that appears on the foreskin. It can be troublesome if this is not treated. This causes tight foreskin in older children and adults. This is also known as lichen sclerosis atrophicus or Csillag’s disease or white spot disease. BXO is a disease affecting uncircumcised or circumcised males ranging from young boys to adolescents and adults. This is the commonest cause of tightening of the foreskin called BXO phimosis.
Foreskin Care For The Whole Life
Phimosis can be treated in many ways. There are alternatives to full circumcisions, such as excision of the frenulum, V-Y or Z plasty operation called preputioplasty, frenuloplasty, partial circumcision or medical treatments. These are personal preferences and can be discussed further with Dr Khan. Many benefits of circumcision are in men
We Have A Comprehensive Service For Tight Foreskin
Tight foreskin in adolescence or adulthood may evoke fear of pain, sexual pain, tear foreskin or reduced sexual pleasure. Tight foreskin may be due to scaring by Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans (BXO) which may require steroid cream, biopsy and circumcision.