More to the point, beware reading
too much nonsense about scarring.
Do you realise
causes scarring? You do not have a "frænuloplasty" to avoid
scarring, you have one to cause
scarring. Try not to confuse yourself - and do
try and avoid the "fetish" sites for this very reason.
There is no
reason to use any form of "cream" on a healing area except where excess
scarring (Keloid) is anticipated, where it is not an "antiseptic" or "antibiotic" but a steroid
ointment - precisely as I discuss in other references here.
It is not
accepted surgical practice to use anything on a wound other than very
gentle cleaning with soap and water - or as it relates to the genitals, warm water only
without soap, to clean away any blood and serum which might favour infection. If scabbing is excessive, petroleum jelly ("Vaseline®") is traditionally used to prevent dressings sticking.
It seems your frænulum was too short. OK, because
it was too short (and/ or you were doing something that was pretty silly at the time anyway), it tore. Having torn, it is now by definition longer
or looser and you want it to be loose, so you want to be stretching it while
it heals so that
it heals - in the looser state. If wounds in this area failed to heal up (promptly), humankind (especially women) would be in a sorry state.
Oh yes, the loose tag - as much as it matters anyway - will probably shrink away. Loose bits of skin are pretty much part of the genitals anyway (have you taken a good look at your girlfriend?) and I do think it is a bit much to argue in terms of "cosmetics" in this regard.
I do not
actually think the frænulum is that important anyway. Its midline location suggests it has little sensation in itself (though the adjacent areas certainly are
sensitive) and I believe its main
contribution is to convey the movement of the foreskin to the rather sensitive area of the urethral meatus. If torn/ cut, this effect may indeed be reduced, but I doubt it matters much.
I am sure you are deliberating
greatly on it, but I fail to accept it as debilitating
You need to read a lot
of the discussions here.