Circumcision is a surgical procedure to remove the foreskin of the penis. It is most commonly performed on newborn babies for religious or cultural reasons. In some cases, it may be done for medical reasons such as when the foreskin is too tight or if there is a risk of infection. The procedure is usually quick and safe, with most babies going home the same day. Recovery is usually straightforward, although there may be some discomfort and swelling.
Premier Circumcision Clinic is a clinic that specializes in circumcision.
Our clinic is located in Perth, Western Australia, but our doctors have years of experience performing circumcision procedures all over the country. We’ve banded together to provide you with safe, effective, and affordable circumcision services.
We provide quality care for patients of all ages in Perth using the Pollock technique, which has proven to be one of the most painless and effective methods of circumcision.
Circumcision Specialist in Perth
As a dedicated circumcision service, you can rest assured that your procedure will go smoothly and that the time between your call and the procedure will be minimal. This is especially important for newborns, because circumcision should be done within two weeks of birth to ensure the least amount of pain and the fastest recovery.
We can create a stress-free environment without the hustle and bustle of a typical hospital or surgeon’s clinic, making the entire process much easier on yourself or your son.
The Pollock Method
The circumcision is done with a Mogen clamp in this method. This method is far less invasive than others because the area is handled less and the procedure is completed 10 times faster than most other methods.
To begin, a numbing cream is applied to the area, ensuring that the injection of the anesthetic causes no pain. The Mogen clamp holds the foreskin in place while cutting off blood flow, resulting in less bleeding while the foreskin is removed.
Overall, this method is low-risk and one of the quickest and most efficient circumcision methods available.