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What is circumcision?

Circumcision removes the foreskin covering the glans (head) of the penis. Usually, babies undergo circumcision shortly after birth. Circumcision began as a religious rite. Today, people get circumcised for religious, medical and cultural reasons.

Many baby boys get circumcised, usually within the first week of life. Adults can get circumcised as well, though it’s less common. 

What is the foreskin?

The foreskin is a piece of skin that covers the round tip of the penis. When a baby is born, the foreskin is completely attached to the penis. Over time, the foreskin separates from the head of the penis and is able to be retracted, or pulled back. Sometimes, the foreskin doesn’t separate when it should and remains tight, a condition called phimosis. Usually phimosis requires further intervention or circumcision to correct it.

Benefits of Circumcision

Circumcision might have various health benefits. Circumcised males have easier hygiene, as it is simpler to wash the penis, but boys with uncircumcised penises can be taught to wash under the foreskin. Circumcision also lowers the risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs), especially in the first year of life. Once they mature into adult males, circumcised males may have a lower risk of contracting some sexually transmitted diseases.

Circumcision doesn’t affect fertility. It also is not thought to enhance or lessen sexual pleasure for men or their partners.

Can an adult get circumcised?

Yes. People who were not circumcised as babies may choose to undergo circumcision as an adult. Generally, the procedure is the same for older boys and adults as it is for babies.You’ll likely have the procedure in the hospital, using anesthesia. The surgery may take slightly longer than it does for infants. You will need stitches after the circumcision, too. Your healthcare provider will talk to you about recovery, including when you can resume having sex.

Get rid of tight foreskin Instantly

Circumcision is a surgical procedure to remove the foreskin that covers the penis. Generally, this process is done in newborn babies for religious or personal reasons. 


Circumcision procedures that Max Health Hospital offers

1. Conventional Circumcision

This procedure is done under local anesthesia. The foreskin is pulled out and opened using a clamp, the adhesion between the penis tip (glans) and foreskin is removed and the foreskin is detached. A circumcision device like plastibell, Shang ring may be placed for better coverage.

2. Stapler Circumcision

This procedure is done under local anesthesia. Stapler Circumcision is a modern procedure that is much better in comparison to open surgery. It does not involve any big incisions or cuts. It uses a device to perform the surgery. In this technique the foreskin is cut using a stapling device which also stitches the wound with the help of fine non -bioabsorbable skin staples. 

3. LASER Circumcision

Laser Circumcision is the most advanced procedure of circumcision. It is a medical procedure that removes the excess foreskin from the head of the penis with a high-intensity laser beam. The process is minimally invasive and painless. Laser circumcision is a daycare procedure, which means that the person can go home on the same day. 


Advantages of LASER/Stapler Circumcision

  • No hospitalization
  • 10-15 minute procedure
  • No scars left behind after procedure
  • Painless and bloodless procedure


PHIMOSIS Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin can’t be retracted (pulled back) from around the tip of the penis.
PARAPHIMOSIS  A condition called paraphimosis can also result when the foreskin is retracted, but can’t be moved back into its normal position. This may require emergency medical attention.
BALANITIS  Balanitis is inflammation of the glans penis and is a common condition affecting an estimated 3-11% of males. Balanitis can occur in males at any age.
FRENULOPLASTYA –  foreskin that is tight enough to restrict movement is commonly known as a frenulum breve. While circumcision can help this condition, frenuloplasty is a specialized technique that seeks to treat solely this condition while preserving the foreskin.
Why you should not fear Circumcision?
  • Fertility Not Impacted
  • Permanently Get Rid of all foreskin problems
  • No Issues in intercourse after procedure
Why opt for Laser Circumcision?
  • Painless and Bloodless procedure
  • No wound & No scar left
  • 10 min procedure, same day discharge
Why Max Health Hospital?
  • Hassle Free Insurance Approval, No cost EMI
  • Online Consultation Available
  • Care Buddy- 24/7 Dedicated Medical Coordinator

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What is the cost of Laser Circumcision?

Cost of laser Circumcision depends on following factor:

  • Condition of your Foreskin (Phimosis, Paraphimosis, Balanitis)
  • Technique & Equipment Used
  • Any other pre-existing medical condition

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Frequently Asked Questions

1.Does Insurance cover Circumcision?

If you have a medical problem with your foreskin, insurance may cover the cost of circumcision operation. Call today for a consultation. Our team of experts will work with you to help determine if you have a medical condition that may qualify for insurance-covered circumcision surgery.

2.Are there any side effects of Circumcision?

Laser circumcision ensures no risk of infection, haemorrhage, or other common side effects associated with conventional circumcision.

3.What is the recovery time after Circumcision?

Circumcision is a day care procedure. You can go home same day after couple of hours. You can return to normal work routine in 24 hours.

4.Can Circumcision be performed under local anesthesia?

Both normal circumcision and laser circumcision may be performed under local, regional or general anesthesia. No overnight hospital stay is required for circumcision.

5.Intercourse after Circumcision procedure?

Wait for atleast three weeks is advised after the procedure.