Circumcision at Gentle Procedures SaskatchewanJack Roberts2018-06-11T13:55:36-07:00
Gentle Procedures offers circumcision for all ages – from newborn to adult.
Our private circumcision clinic offers a procedure that is faster than conventional hospital methods. We provide circumcision services in a comfortable and professional environment with the Pollock Technique™.
Pollock Technique™ Circumcision in Saskatoon, Regina, and Swift Current
Gentle Procedures operates at multiple clinic locations in Saskatchewan- with clinics in Regina, Saskatoon, and Swift Current.
Locations and hours of operations have been chosen to permit simple access to circumcision services. Our goal is to serve our clients quickly and professionally. Appointments are generally available within a few days.
The Pollock Technique™ for circumcision is a virtually painless method under long-acting local anesthetic.
The procedure takes less than ten minutes for adults and approximately 60 seconds for newborns.
At Gentle Procedures Clinic, we use the Pollock Technique™ for circumcision. Our doctor has trained with the renowned Dr. Neil Pollock at his clinics in Vancouver, and have been certified in the use of his circumcision surgery technique…Read More
Baby circumcision is commonly done relatively early in the life. Procedures completed in the first four months are considered newborn circumcisions. If you have made the decision to have your son circumcised, it is recommended to proceed as soon as it is convenient for your family… Read More
Circumcision is usually done in the first few weeks after the birth of your boy. The procedure is also routinely done for older boys at Gentle Procedures Clinics. Your primary care doctor may refer you to our clinic for circumcision for your boy but your doctor does not need to make a referral for you…Read More
The Gentle Procedures Clinic treats phimosis with a circumcision procedure that removes the tight foreskin which is at the root of the problem. Circumcision for phimosis is an effective treatment in many cases, but like with any surgery, patients must carefully consider their options before making a decision on how to treat their phimosis…Read More