Yes, penile curvature correction procedures can be performed on individuals who are circumcised. Circumcision is a surgical procedure that removes the foreskin of the penis, and it does not typically interfere with the ability to undergo penile curvature correction surgery.
Penile curvature correction procedures are primarily focused on addressing the curvature of the penis and improving sexual function. The choice of procedure may vary depending on the individual’s specific condition, the extent of the curvature, and other factors. Common procedures for correcting penile curvature, such as those related to Peyronie’s disease or congenital curvature, include plication procedures, grafting procedures, and tunica albuginea excision and grafting.
During the surgical evaluation and planning process, the surgeon will take into account the individual’s circumcision status, as well as other anatomical factors, to determine the most appropriate approach for correcting the curvature and achieving the desired results.