Yes, penile frenuloplasty can be performed on individuals with a history of phimosis. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin of the penis is too tight to be retracted over the glans (head) of the penis. It can cause discomfort, difficulty with hygiene, and may contribute to other issues, including frenulum-related problems.
In some cases, phimosis and frenulum issues may coexist, and addressing both concerns through surgery may be appropriate. Penile frenuloplasty can be performed alongside other procedures, such as circumcision or preputioplasty (a surgery to widen the foreskin opening), to alleviate the issues associated with phimosis and the frenulum.
The specific surgical approach will depend on the individual’s unique circumstances, including the severity of the phimosis and the extent of the frenulum issue. The healthcare provider or urologist will assess the condition, discuss the options, and recommend the most appropriate course of action.