Interesting pictures; somewhat inconvenient format.
> I would like a recommendation on which type of surgery to get, if any, based on the state of my frenulum.
Well, that's simple - you need no
surgery, as your frænulum is just fine. It might actually benefit from a bit
of stretching as Jim illustrates here (which will take some persistence, so don't underestimate that), but the pictures show no real evidence of a problem with it.
> I used to have phimosis, but thanks to the network54 site I?m free of that.
Really? That's not
what the pictures show - you clearly have an uncomfortably tight foreskin which is causing that "hourglass" constriction and the discomfort on retraction when erect. That's what "phimosis" is generally taken to mean - the opening of the foreskin is tight.
> I would prefer to be able to easily slide the foreskin back and forth and even retract it further down the shaft when erect.
Good idea! If you have been using the stretching exercise
we primarily recommend for your situation, then you definitely need to keep at it for a while longer, until there is no "hourglass" persisting. If you have been doing something else, then you may care to explain what, but I would think you need to get seriously into that particular exercise.
> I guess another option is a Y or Z frenuloplasty. I recently visited a urologist who recommended a Y frenuloplasty.
I'll bet he did! Couldn't he sell you on a circumcision? I suppose it depends on how much he can charge for each. Perhaps a fraenuloplasty counts for more as a "plastic" procedure?
I can see though why you are pretty confused as to what phimosis is and what "frænulum breve" is - you've
been reading the "male-initiation" site of course. Spend any amount of time browsing there and - unless you have a thoroughly clear understanding beforehand - you are bound
to get thoroughly addled! It's your choice, you can read what you will, but I really advise you keep well clear
site (and Circlist too, if you have any problems at all niggling away at your mind).