About the Procedure

Find out more about Infant Circumcision

About the Circumcision Procedure

Male circumcision is one of the world’s oldest medical procedures, dating back thousands of years. Originally performed for cultural purposes, in recent years circumcision has been found to have numerous health benefits and is employed across the globe. Approximately 37% to 39% of males worldwide are circumcised, about half for religious or cultural reasons.

Historical

Male circumcision is one of the world’s oldest medical procedures, dating back thousands of years.

Circumcision Today

Originally performed for cultural purposes, in recent years circumcision has been found to have numerous health benefits and is employed across the globe. Approximately 37% to 39% of males worldwide are circumcised, about half for religious or cultural reasons.

What is Circumcision?

Circumcision is the procedure whereby the foreskin overlying the penis is surgically removed in a sterile fashion.

About the Circumcision Procedure

Dr. Bregman performs this procedure in his office utilizing the Mogen clamp.  He only performs the procedure for infants starting at 8 days old until 3 months of age.

Dr. Bregman is the only individual involved in this procedure; there are no nurses or technicians, thus ensuring you have the doctor’s undivided attention during your entire visit.

How long is the Procedure?

Appointments are booked for 30 minutes which includes an initial meeting and further discussion of the procedure with Dr. Bregman, an examination of the infant, the circumcision procedure and then thorough after care instructions.

Dr. Bregman is also directly available to you following the procedure should you have any questions after you leave the office.