Dr. Reed, Had a circumcision for phimosis several years ago, but still looks like I am uncircumcised. Please look at some recent photos and would appreciate your opinion . Bill
Thank you for visiting our web-site penisdoctor.com/before-after-adult-circumcision with many before and after photos. Have reviewed your photos and I am noting a lack of the rim of the head of the penis or glans. I’m sure it there but covered. The rim is a distinguishing feature of the penis. You may very well have a penile synechia or fusion of the inner foreskin to the head. This usually separates as an infant becomes a child. If still adhered, we can separate these tissue planes into 2 raw surfaces, which usually will heal completely with regenerated skin in about 3 to 4 weeks. During the healing process, you’ll need to apply ointment to prevent them from sticking together.
Also your circumcision seems loose, and that may be a reason why the head is partially covered. You do see the rim on the left lateral side, so the result at this time is of course uneven. A consultation in the office will provide more information than your well focused photos. We usually do many circumcisions and revisions every month at the Reed Centro for Cosmetic Circumcision – Miami.
Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Cosmetic Circumcision – Miami
Phimosis, before circumcision
Phimosis, after circumcision photo, note the rim or corona is seen all the way around