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(1-11 months)

(12 mos - 12 years)

Young Males
(13-20 years)

(21 years and older)

Baby Sleeping

(12 mos - 3 years)

(4 years - 12 years)

Youth Basketball Game

(21 - 30 years)

31 years and over

The fees are determined by the age group and complexity of the procedure.

Newborns to 4 yrs 

The circumcision procedure for newborns is a medical intervention that is only covered during their hospital stay and prior to discharge.


It is important to note that private insurance providers do not cover the procedure for infants, it is considered a cosmetic procedure. This is due to the fact that the penile structures of infants and newborns have not fully matured, and the procedure can be complex due to the need to restrain them during local anesthesia.


It is worth mentioning that infants and newborns have well-developed nerves and blood vessels that tend to bleed, which can make the procedure more challenging.


However, once the anesthesia is administered and the child is reassured by a parent, they will not experience any pain or discomfort.

5 yrs to 12 yrs 

Administering local anesthesia to children in this age group can pose a complex challenge because of the need for restraint during the procedure. This is mainly due to their limited understanding of the process, which can make it challenging to keep them still.


However, once the anesthesia is given, children typically experience minimal discomfort and may either fall asleep or remain alert without any issues.


It's crucial to note that before the procedure, children of all ages may feel apprehensive and fearful, but with proper reassurance and anesthesia administration, they can undergo the procedure smoothly without any complications.

13 yrs to 25 yrs 

When dealing with older children, it seems they have the cognitive ability to understand and comprehend explanations and the underlying reasons for a specific procedure.


They can grasp the importance of cooperation and how it can lead to a positive outcome.

26 yrs  and Above

For the older males and adult population, it has been observed that the penile skin is significantly more developed, with well-developed blood vessels that tend to bleed more during the procedure. As such, it is imperative to exercise caution and control these blood vessels well during the suturing of the skin edges, which necessitates careful tissue handling in the process.


Moreover, the process of numbing this well-developed skin tissue is more time-consuming and requires a greater amount of local anesthesia. In certain cases, adults may request customized or preferred procedures, such as removing the frenulum, which requires additional caution during the procedure, as post-operative bleeding often occurs from this area.


To ensure the patient's safety and well-being, we take the necessary precautions. Therefore, we automatically require the patient to wait in the back surgical room for observation of vital signs and to ensure they can urinate freely.

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