Glansplasty is a procedure performed on the penis.
It is typically performed in order to correct a congenital defect where the
urethra opens on the bottom or tip of the penis rather than the tip.
- Penis surgery
Treated with Glansplasty:
Glansplasty may be performed in cases of a curved or
drooping penis or an abnormal urethra location.
There are no comparable non-surgical or surgical
alternatives to glansplasty.
Glansplasty is performed under general anesthesia,
which means that the patient is asleep and completely unaware during the
Complications from Glansplasty:
Possible risks following glansplasty include
infection, swelling, soreness, bleeding and a negative reaction to the
anesthesia. It is also possible to experience leakage from the new urethra.