Glansplasty BEFORE & AFTER Photographs
Top view; flattening of coronal ridge
Mons donor site for skin graft placed behind glans revision ridge. Graft purposefully shorter than glans defect so it more tightly hugs the phallus.
Side View; flattening of ridge
Side view demonstrating curve towards tip on underside of penis.
Underside view; well healed scrotoplasty
Side View; skin graft taken from mons region as patient A also needed monsplasty.
Side View with close-up
Patient B had a urethral procedure and glansplasty at the same time.
Patient E had a prior inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP) insertion and glansplasty with an empty right hemiscrotum and coronal ridge atrophy.
The right scrotum now has an implant, the ridge is more prominent, and a skin graft from the left groin is wrapped tightly behind the corona to accentuate the ridge.