A buried penis can be difficult to treat. The treatment usually depends on the underlying cause. If buried penis occurs in adult men or does not resolve on its own in children, surgery may be needed. Each situation is different so there is no one surgical technique that applies to every case. However, types of surgery include:
Buried penis may also be treated with:
Successful surgery can make a profound difference in the life of a person living with a buried penis. Problems with urination and sexual function are often eliminated. If skin grafts are needed, a period of several weeks is all that is usually needed for the appearance of the penis to recover.
Once the condition has been treated, it’s unlikely to return in any form. If obesity or other manageable condition was a factor, it will be important to maintain a healthy weight and good health after surgery. You should also discuss proper genital hygiene with your doctor, as well as possible signs of complications or side effects from your treatment.
Pubic lift surgery is the best treatment available that can fix a buried penis. Contact us to book a consultation.