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Under local anesthesia and with the Laser technique, We provide a virtually painless circumcision for your son. He will be back in your arms before you've finished ordering your coffee down the street.


Circumcision Clinic

When looking for the right facility for your son’s circumcision, please consider that not only the technique for providing this surgery is safe. The operating Surgeon’s experience – which translates to the actual number of circumcisions that the Surgeon has carried out is also very important.

We provide a safe, virtually painless procedure for your son in our office environment. The Laser technique is a well-recognized approach to circumcision providing the advantage of minimal bleeding risk post-operatively. The ideal age to have your son circumcised is between 2 and 21 days of age. We are happy to perform the procedure on an infant up to 8 weeks (56 days) of age, provided he weights no more than 15 lbs. Otherwise, we will have difficulty in fitting him into the restraint system.


The advantages of our circumcision method are multiple. First, the penis is protected from injury during the procedure by a special-designed metal ring . Second, due to the ligature that is placed around the ring (over the foreskin), this seals the two skin edges to make them heal together without stitches and control of bleeding is typically excellent. Finally, we will apply DERMABOND™ (Topical Skin Adhesive ) to cover the incision area helps protect patients by maintaining wound integrity and no bandage is required.


Home Care

There will be swelling of the penis for a few days after the procedure. This will last 8-15 days and will then subside gradually and should not be a cause for concern. However, if there is fever, increased redness, or discharge at the site of the operation, please contact us for advice.

The information on this website aims to provide educational purpose only.
Anyone reading it should consult physician before considering treatment and should not rely on the information above.

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