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Circumcision Repair

The Need For Circumcision Revision The primary cause of revision is practitioner inexperience. Although circumcision is a relatively simple and straightforward procedure, it does require

Adult Circumcision Procedure

Circumcision Technique Sleeve resection is the most commonly used method for adult circumcision. Local anesthesia is given before the procedure. Two cuts are made side

Teen Circumcision Procedure

Circumcision Technique Sleeve resection is the most commonly used method for teen circumcision. Local anesthesia (nerve block) is given before starting the procedure. Two cuts

Kids Circumcision Procedure

Circumcision Technique Sleeve resection is the most commonly used method for circumcisions in older children. Some form of anesthesia (a regional nerve block or general

Older Baby Circumcision Procedure

Plastibell Technique An older baby may be able to receive a circumcision using a plastibell device, a method usually reserved for infants. The Plastibell circumcision

Newborn Circumcision Procedure

Circumcision Technique The Plastibell circumcision device is a clear, lightweight plastic in the shape of a bell with an attached handle (see photograph). It comes

Circumcision Revision

Circumcision revision (repair) is performed after the original circumcision has unsatisfactory results. While uncommon, circumcision revision is sometimes required to restore the function or aesthetics

What’s New In Pain Management?

In the U.S., the majority of circumcisions are performed during infancy, but a recently released U.S. Census Bureau report shows that during the past several

Newborn Circumcision

What is newborn circumcision? Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin that covers the head of penis. It might be done for religious reasons, family,

Circumcising Older Babies

While it’s generally very young babies who undergo circumcision, sometimes they aren’t well enough until they’re older. Medical problems at birth may interfere with the