Adult circumcision can be performed under local or regional anesthesia. Medical indications for this procedure include phimosis, paraphimosis, recurrent balanitis and posthitis (inflammation of. Adhesions can occur when the remaining skin is not frequently retracted (pulled back) when too much foreskin is left during a circumcision. They also can happen when the skin of the penis is pushed forward by a large fat pad in the pubic area, giving the penis a “buried” appearance. Adhesions that are not treated can become skin bridges.
FAT REMOVAL Many males suffer from a “buried” or hidden penis, where a normal-size penis seems to retract into the body. This condition may be present at birth or can develop in adult males later in life. A buried penis can cause problems with urination or may lead to infections of the urinary tract .