Circumcision Treatment

The surgical procedure of circumcision, also called neonatal circumcision or just circumcision, involves the removal of the child’s outer foreskin from the penis. In the most typical procedure the child’s foreskin is removed with forceps, after which a small cloth-like circumlocator is put in position, followed by the foreskin being cut off with scissors. To control pain and reduce physiologic strain, local or topically applied anesthesia can be used.

Parents who are well-informed will ask many questions if they are