Foreskin Restoration
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Foreskin restoration
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T-taping is probably the most popular method of foreskin restoration, and with good reason: it is the quickest and most effective. Many variations exist, but a general description of T-taping is that tape is folded into a shape like that of the letter T, where the top of the T is sticky. This sticky part is applied to the foreskin and then tension of some kind is applied to the non-sticky tab. The skin is stretched, stimulating mitosis--or cell division--creating new tissue.

Some methods use a single, large T-tape. The MTC method's version of T-taping makes use of multiple small T-tapes. This makes for easier application with less troublesome setup, as the T-tapes can be folded in place and do not need to be pre-made, and the gaps between the individual T-tapes cause the foreskin to grow in a more conical manner better fitted to the glans penis and more able to keep itself protracted than the cylindrical growth ordinary T-taping produces.

The guide uses the terms "foam tape", "invisible tape", and "duct tape" and it refers to a hooked cone apparatus. All of these are elaborated upon on the Supplies page.

See the video of the MTC method

Illustrated guide

Have your supplies ready. Begin with your penis well washed and dried. The foam tape will stick to slightly damp skin, but adheres best when it is as dry as possible.

Retract the foreskin and pull it taut. If it is still a little moist, take a length of invisible tape, wrap it around the scar line, and peel it off. Repeat until the tape starts to become difficult to remove.

Take a piece of foam tape. Imagine it is divided into four parts: take the first part and attach it to the outer foreskin, pinch the middle two parts together, and attach the fourth part to the inner foreskin. You should now have a T-shaped piece of tape, with a tab directly over the scar line.

Animation of tape application

It is important not to use too much tape. Attach as little tape to the foreskin as possible to maximize the restored foreskin's taper.

Animation explaining tapering

Repeat until you have T-tapes all the way around your penis, leaving between a quarter and a half of an inch between each one. You may want to space them so the frenulum is in a gap, as it can get irritated being taped over. The gap between the T-tapes is important as it promotes the growth of a conically shaped foreskin.

Animation of the importance of the gap

Take the hooked cone and center it over the glans. Pull one tab up to the top of the cone and attach it with a strip of duct tape. The cone is covered in silicone so the duct tape will not stick to it--wrap the tape completely around so it sticks to itself.

Pull up and tape the remaining tabs onto the cone. Use two strips of duct tape for each one, overlapping them generously. Finish by tightly wrapping tape around all the tabs. You are now ready to apply tension to the hook.



If the tabs do not gather well and pinch uncomfortably, you have not left enough of a gap between the T-tapes. You can rotate where you place the tape daily if you are concerned you are not stretching evenly, but bear in mind the gaps do encourage a more conical and less cylindrical growth, so the resulting foreskin will appear more 'fitted' and be able to hold itself in place much more easily.

If attached to dry skin, the duct tape will likely fail before the foam tape. If your tabs keep pulling off the cone, you need to do the final wrap-around tighter. If the foam tape pulls off prematurely, the skin was too wet.

Keep your penis dry while taped. If the foam tape does get wet, unhook and allow it to dry completely before reapplying tension.


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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.