I had first round of PMMA in 2016 and pretty happy with results.
Have been thinking of getting circumcised before getting round 2,3 and possibly 4 of PMMA and I will need a \"low and tight\" Circ.
Have consulted with two doctors in the city I live in Canada.
The first one has a clinic inside a pharmacy, willing to give me low and tight Circ(one needed for PMMA) and is priced bit low than the other. When I met him sometime ago he mentioned that I have a tight Frenulum..and recommended getting that cut along with Circ.He operates in his clinic and under local anesthesia.He uses stitches for closure.
The second doctor I met today is No2 ranked Urologist in big metropolitan city(as per rate MD). Operates out of a medical building and will perform adult Circ in a Hospital OR with IV sedation. His cost is comparatively higher(2K Canadian) for Circ and around 400 more for Frenulctomy. The only issue with him is he uses a special method developed by Dr. Pollock (he trained with him) ..
In this method..there is no way to \"adjust\" the high/low or loose/tight of the skin. He was upfront in telling me that.
He seemed to a more professional and he uses skin glue for closure and cut is done using a ring..so uniform and smooth edges.
I just found out about a Cosmetic Urologist in Toronto..who has a rather unique style of Circumcison.
The images on his site are interesting. The skin at the tip isnt touched. He takes away extra skin from the base of penis.
The best method is using a scalpel and glue instead of Sutures. The Pollock technique is just a quick and easy way of performing a Circumcision, most people who offer it in London aren't even trained surgeons, it's gimmick at best, you should avoid it.