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Penis Reconstruction

Metoidioplasty and Phalloplasty are the first and largest steps of penis or phallus reconstruction. It is often performed with or without:

  • Urethral lengthening (UL)

  • Vaginectomy

  • Scrotoplasty/perineal reconstruction

The most common surgery is phalloplasty or metoidioplasty with everything: urethral lengthening, vaginectomy, scrotoplasty, perineal reconstruction, and associated procedures. 

Further reconstruction of the penis is sometimes required due to variations in anatomy and healing. Examples include:

  • Majora fold reduction (for metoidioplasty patients with prominent upper majora folds)

  • Monsplasty (for prominent prepubic skin leading to perineal or inferior positioning of the penis/scrotum)

  • Glansplasty (for glans atrophy/flattening or phalluses that do not have a glans)

  • Penis liposuction/plication (for penises with too much girth)

  • Penis reposition (for asymmetric scarring) 

  • Penile length reduction (for penises that are too long or stretch over time)

  • Penile Implants

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