Although tissue expansion is the basis of all non-surgical foreskin restoration, numerous methods have been developed to facilitate it. Some methods are tape-less and use devices of various sorts to grasp and pull the foreskin. Most methods use tape to adhere the foreskin to an external source of tension. The tape-based MTC method described here is comprised of two basic parts: the primary part is a variation on T-taping with tension, and the secondary is ordinary cross-taping. It is meant to be performed every day for 24 hours a day, apart from when necessity (hygiene, urinating, etc.) forbids. How long a complete restoration will take is variable, but two to four years is to be expected.
After three years of restoration using the MTC method Close-up
Remove the cross-tape from last night. In your morning shower, retract your foreskin and clean it thoroughly. Do not use soap as it will dry out the skin and mucus membrane and make them susceptible to tearing when under tension, but rinse with plain water while scrubbing with your fingertips. It is essential that the foreskin be clean for optimal tape adhesion.
While your penis dries, set up your supplies for T-taping. To hasten the drying, use a fan or a cold hairdryer to blow air across the retracted foreskin. With air, drying should take one or two minutes.
Hook the cone to your tension source. Take note of the time so you will know how long you have been tensioning. You should keep the foreskin under moderate tension for a minimum of four hours but ideally for eight hours.
If, for whatever reason, the T-tape should fail before four hours of tensioning, wash and dry the foreskin and reapply T-tape and tension.
After you have finished tensioning for the day, unhook and remove the T-tape. It will be fairly common for there to be a small amount of pre-ejaculate built up, so have a moist towel ready to clean the foreskin and glans penis.
Although non-surgical foreskin restoration has been practiced since antiquity and modern tape-based techniques like the method described here have been successfully implemented for over twenty years, the information on this website should not be construed to be medical advice. Consult with your physician if you have any questions, concerns, or problems.