|The restoration possibilities would be determined if the complete foreskin was missing or if it were partially there. Insurance coverage would probably be determined on a case by case basis and the policy limitations and benefits.
Actually, no matter what, there will always be enough
"foreskin" to restore- maybe not inner
foreskin, but shaft-skin (aka outer foreskin) that can be stretched to cover the glans. So yes, if you have skin on your penis, but no fold of foreskin, you would still be able to restore.
I'm really confused about insurance coverage, though. Are you talking about surgical restoration or self restoration (tugging)? From everything I've read and *almost* everyone I've spoken with, surgical restoration is painful (or leaves numb spots), damaging, and quite unsightly (because they use scrotal skin)... and is only reccomended by doctors
|being devoid of foreskin (whether by birth defect or parental choice after birth) as defined here a necessary organ we haven't as a whole started necessitating that restoration/recreation is a right to be medically covered just as any other trauma or birth defect.
Dunno... would insurance cover devices (many of which are diy and/or very inexpensive- $200 or less)? Would they only cover surgery because "sane" men would only restore if it's "bad enough" for surgery? Or would they consider one of these devices to be medical equiptment? But then the devices would have to be regulated as medical equiptment- and I just don't know if that is the case now, or will ever be. I think circ would have to be made illegal before restoration were medically recognized. I think the TLC Tugger is medical grade, but that doesn't exactly make it a medical procedure, kwim?
And what if the man only used his hands (manual tugging) which gives really good results if the shaft skin is extremely tight? I'm assuming that would be the case with "severe" aposthia which would function like a tight circ. But how would insurance cover that? Monthly visits to the doctor to get your fauxskin measured and examined? Hell, even if a doctor just suggested restoration, it would be a huge leap.