Frenuloplasty simply entails the sectioning of the frenulum using electrocautery
Anesthesia with a Skin Injector Free of Needle Sensation
This procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia. It is initially carried out by an injector which sends anesthetic liquid under high pressure through the skin. You will feel a pinching, comparable to an elastic rubber band hit. Additional anesthesia with a needle is rarely necessary.
Sutures may be necessary to control bleeding, when the frenulum is rather large.
Sexual activity can be resumed after 3 or 4 weeks. It is also recommended to apply Polysporin ointment (green box) four times a day for a month in order to reduce the risk of adhesion..