Yes, penile frenuloplasty can be performed on individuals who are uncircumcised. The procedure is not limited to circumcised individuals and can be performed on men with both circumcised and uncircumcised penises. In fact, it is often recommended for uncircumcised individuals who experience issues related to the frenulum.
In uncircumcised individuals, the frenulum is still present and plays a role in the mobility of the foreskin and the overall function of the penis. Issues such as frenulum breve (a tight or short frenulum) can occur in uncircumcised men, leading to discomfort, pain, or difficulty with sexual activity. Penile frenuloplasty can be an effective solution to address these issues in uncircumcised individuals, just as it is for circumcised individuals.
The surgical technique used for penile frenuloplasty may vary depending on whether the patient is circumcised or uncircumcised, but the procedure is adaptable to both situations. Your healthcare provider or urologist will evaluate your specific condition and anatomy to determine the most appropriate approach for your case. If you are uncircumcised and experiencing problems related to the frenulum, consulting with a healthcare provider or urologist can help you explore your treatment options, including the possibility of penile frenuloplasty.