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    Hey guys,
    I'm thinking about starting foreskin restoration. The one thing that gets me worried is whether or not the skin will pucker and stay once it is over the glans. I don't think I have any ridged band, but thankfully I have a pretty good frenulum by cut standards, so would that help the skin tighten and close over the glans?
    Because the original forum and its content was lost, I haven't been able to find many answers to this question, except for the guy on the DTR site (I think) who had surgery. Preferably, I wouldn't have to go through a touch-up surgery.
    At the very least I'm probably gonna tug for a bit cause I was cut very tight, and even a little loose skin would be nice.
    Is there anyway to make sure that the skin can do this as naturally as possible?
    Thanks

  • #2
    Corverad - Welcome to the web site and to foreskin restoration.
    I'm now restored to about CI 7 or 8. I started with no ridged band but with about 1/3 of my original frenulum - the part of it which is on the remaining inner type skin.
    My restored foreskin puckers in very realistically. The frenulum remnant plays no part in the puckering. The extreme end is a double layer of outer type skin - my scar line is about half way inside the restored foreskin when flaccid.
    So, no touch up surgery needed here. To be honest, regardless of the appearance I could not have gone for surgery there.
    Best wishes
    Tormod

    Some of you may have had occasion to run into mathematicians and to wonder therefore how they got that way - Tom Lehrer

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    • #3
      There are many ways to get puckered. The one that Im using is TLC X. The cone shape can make a natural pucker. Well the maker Ron do have a pucker, just go to tlctugger.com.

      Also using multiple o ringsl may give the pucker
      I have not tried this but Im planning too.

      I personally wont have a touch up surgery. There may be valuable nerve endings on the end of the restored foreskin. Cutting just a little may damage lot of those nerves. The only time I may let the knife near my dick is when foregen successfully can regenerate the foreskin




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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tormod View Post
        Corverad - Welcome to the web site and to foreskin restoration.
        I'm now restored to about CI 7 or 8. I started with no ridged band but with about 1/3 of my original frenulum - the part of it which is on the remaining inner type skin.
        My restored foreskin puckers in very realistically. The frenulum remnant plays no part in the puckering. The extreme end is a double layer of outer type skin - my scar line is about half way inside the restored foreskin when flaccid.
        So, no touch up surgery needed here. To be honest, regardless of the appearance I could not have gone for surgery there.
        Best wishes
        Thanks Tormod. Where were you on the coverage scale when you started? I don't know if I would be able to use a tape method like you have because I am cut so tightly- at a C1 or maybe even a C0 if that is a thing.
        What methods did you use when you started? Did you always use the t-tape?

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        • #5
          Yes, corverad - I used T-tape from start to finish. I also was cut tight. Was CI 1 at best.
          I have more of a picture gallery and discussion of the result at Tally's restoration site.
          http://www.restoringforeskin.org/
          It took me much too long. I took frequent and lengthy breaks.
          Tormod

          Some of you may have had occasion to run into mathematicians and to wonder therefore how they got that way - Tom Lehrer

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          • #6
            Tormod is telling you the truth. He's an excellent resource on this forum.

            There is no need to worry about "pucker". Your skin tube will narrow down when you have enough of it. Actually it narrows down before that, but it looks like it's just clinging then.

            Your shaft skin has a thin layer of tissue called "smooth muscle" under it, and this layer normally contracts (you have no conscious control over it, it's all controlled by your central nervous system). When you've grown enough to cover close to the glans tip (it doesn't need to completely cover the glans), the skin tube will narrow down over your glans because that muscle layer under the skin will contract. Looks natural. It can even look more natural than a short, intact, ACTUAL foreskin.

            So like I say, no need to worry.

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            • #7
              Look up the DTR Tugger. The maker has pictures of his pucker. His is the best example I've seen.

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              • #8
                I'm being prompted to clarify here by my old forum compadre (who gave me pats on the back today, and thinks I'm not long for this forum LOL), so just to keep those wheels straight on the track:

                1. No shaped device causes a shape in your skin tube. That's not the way it works. That is impossible, in fact. Here's why:

                2. We don't "stretch" skin into a permanent length, or SHAPE, ie "narrow", or "wide", or triangular, star-shaped, or any other nonsense. Thinking that a cone somehow magically shapes your skin by stretching, or better yet, by NOT EXERTING ANY FORCE, is clueless. Any person who says it does, doesn't understand the simple physics involved in tugging, not to mention the complicated physiology of forced mitosis. Thinking that a cone "shapes" by NOT doing something, comes from the mistaken idea that we do stretch skin into length or shape. "I didn't stretch on that part so it just.....I don't know.......just.........you know..........oh I don't know, but I heard..........".

                3. Our skin tube is a double layer of mostly shaft skin, which easily unrolls and becomes flat again, lies in wrinkles on our dick. So how the hell does a cone affect that? I'll answer for you: it doesn't. It can't. It physically can not. The effect of "narrowing" comes from the dartos layer, not from some magical, maybe extra dimensional, mechanical un-force. From Aliens. Real world folks, natural programmed process, not the advertising hype-world where magical thinking rules. Of course if you don't know how the natural process works, then magic's all ya got.

                4. Apparently most guys can't see this. I don't know why, but there it is. My compadre used to bang this one out on a regular basis. I have less interest in it, because "most guys can't see this......." and it got boring after awhile, and way more boring to read guys who argued against it. But............. (shoulders hunched, 'cause it makes me sad for the millennials to see the answers)

                For anybody out there who thinks that a cone magically shapes your temporary skin tube, which is, and always will be flat in real life, here's your chance. Tell us how that works. And then I'll tell you where you went wrong, assuming I'm still here (for obvious reasons this can get you 86'd). It won't be "harassment", it will be a reply.

                Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure this is the only restoration myth that hasn't been addressed yet, and it's my goal to do the dozens before I go, because ... my compadre says I have to do them before I go LOL.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Info View Post
                  Tormod is telling you the truth. He's an excellent resource on this forum.

                  There is no need to worry about "pucker". Your skin tube will narrow down when you have enough of it. Actually it narrows down before that, but it looks like it's just clinging then.

                  Your shaft skin has a thin layer of tissue called "smooth muscle" under it, and this layer normally contracts (you have no conscious control over it, it's all controlled by your central nervous system). When you've grown enough to cover close to the glans tip (it doesn't need to completely cover the glans), the skin tube will narrow down over your glans because that muscle layer under the skin will contract. Looks natural. It can even look more natural than a short, intact, ACTUAL foreskin.

                  So like I say, no need to worry.
                  So the smooth muscle, is that the dartos muscle? Is it under the entire shaft skin or just under the inner or outer skin? And it does continue to grow with the skin that is tugged, right?
                  Thanks

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Corverad View Post

                    So the smooth muscle, is that the dartos muscle? Is it under the entire shaft skin or just under the inner or outer skin? And it does continue to grow with the skin that is tugged, right?
                    Thanks
                    Yep, that's also called the Dartos sheath, or layer (actually it's made of little swirls of smooth muscle). Generally speaking, it runs from the scar line (in our case) all the way back towards you, and continues under your scrotum skin, and under the skin of the perineum. The wrinkles in your scrotum are this layer contracting on its own. This layer is very thin, microscopically thin. They have to stain a sample of it, in order to see it under a microscope. Very thin, but powerful and serves a function, and for us, an added function: makes our skin tube end "narrow" temporarily.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Info View Post
                      There is no need to worry about "pucker". Your skin tube will narrow down when you have enough of it. Actually it narrows down before that, but it looks like it's just clinging then.

                      So like I say, no need to worry.
                      I'm glad to hear that and I'm sorry for the misconception I have raised,now I'm more informed. I'm a CI7 and my foreskin looks like a cylinder tube. So I'll just grow more skin and it will naturally pucker up.

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