Circumcision is a surgical procedure in which the excess foreskin from the head of the penis is removed. It is used to treat and prevent a variety of medical problems including phimosis, paraphimosis, balanitis, and balanoposthitis.
During the diagnosis, the urologist will ask a few questions about the patient's medical history as well as any prior infections or injuries to the penis. The urologist additionally inquires whether the patient's sexual life has been impacted by foreskin-related issues such as phimosis, paraphimosis, balanitis, and so on. The urologist then does a thorough physical examination of the foreskin and penis. To rule out the presence of urinary tract infections, the urologist may additionally order urine tests or a swab from the foreskin. Phimosis, a condition affecting the foreskin, is thought to be a risk factor for Type 2 Diabetes. As a result, adults with phimosis may be subjected to blood or urine testing.
The urologist removes the excess foreskin from the head of the penis during laser circumcision. It is a painless and bloodless surgical technique with nearly no risk of infection or problems during or after the procedure. It also does not leave wounds or scars. The entire treatment takes between 10 and 20 minutes to complete. Laser circumcision is a simple and painless procedure that can be performed on both adults and infants. Recovery from laser circumcision is similarly swift and painless. Because laser circumcision is a daycare operation, the patient can go home the same day after a few hours of rest at the hospital.
Be Well Hospital offers the most sophisticated laser therapy for phimosis and other foreskin-related issues. Bewell hospital is completely equipped with cutting-edge medical technology. We use laser circumcision to treat phimosis. The excess foreskin from the head of the penis is surgically removed during this treatment. This process is completely painless, bloodless, precise, safe, and effective.
Local anesthetic is used to numb the area
The procedure generally takes about 10 minutes
It's best to avoid full-body bathing until the second day after surgery