Concealed Penis Repair
A concealed, hidden, or buried penis is a rare disorder that may be diagnosed in both children and adults. A concealed penis may actually be normal in size, but the shaft is buried under the lower abdomen or tethered to the scrotum. When erect, it rarely extends beyond 2 or 3 inches. Not only is a concealed penis devastating to a man’s self-confidence, but it also carries health risks.
Causes of concealed, buried, trapped, or hidden penis include:
- Obesity (excess fat in the lower abdomen)
- Scrotal webbing
- Circumcision complications
- Congenital birth defects
What are the treatment options for concealed penis ?
- Weight loss
- Surgery to remove excess fat or scarred skin
Surgery might involve:
- Removal of excess fat around the lower abdomen
- Removal of scarred tissue
- Scrotal contouring
- Skin grafting to penis
If you are in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, or West Virginia, look to Dr. Chris McClung. He has devoted his practice to performing highly specialized reconstructive urogenital procedures like concealed penis repair.
Concealed penis repairs often done in conjunction with plastic surgeon Dr. Tyler Angelos, Columbus Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery.