Yes, girth enhancement procedures can be performed on individuals who are circumcised. Circumcision is a common surgical procedure that involves the removal of the foreskin from the penis. Girth enhancement procedures, whether surgical or non-surgical, target the penile shaft and are not dependent on the presence or absence of the foreskin.
The choice to undergo girth enhancement is typically based on an individual’s aesthetic preferences and goals, and it is not limited by circumcision status. Whether an individual is circumcised or uncircumcised, they can discuss their specific goals and concerns with a qualified healthcare provider, preferably a urologist or plastic surgeon experienced in these procedures. During the consultation, the healthcare provider can evaluate the individual’s anatomy, provide information about the available options, discuss potential risks, and help determine the most suitable approach for girth enhancement based on their individual needs and preferences.