What is laser circumcision?

Laser circumcision is one of the most advanced circumcision procedures. During the procedure, the surgeon cuts off the foreskin using a high-energy laser beam. Since a laser is used to create the incision, there is little to no bleeding, and the wound edges are clean. It also completely preserves the surrounding tissues and is best for tissue conservation.
Laser circumcision is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses a laser to remove the foreskin of the penis. This procedure is performed by skilled urologists at MGM Hospital CBD using the latest laser technology. The laser ensures minimal bleeding and faster healing compared to traditional circumcision methods.



Please inform MGM hospital if you see any of the following signs of a laser circumcision:

  • Inflammation of Penis.
  • Redness and Swelling.
  • Lack of Sensation.
  • Pain During Sexual Intercourse.


Our medical staff at MGM hospital works to determine the following factors that lead to laser circumcision:

  • Bleeding.
  • Pain.
  • Swelling, or inadequate skin removal. Major complications, such as amputation of the glans or of the penis, occur very rarely.


To reduce the risk of problems during and after laser circumcision treatment, our hospital's healthcare staff performs the following essential steps:

Laser circumcision is a simple procedure with no risks or complications.

Consult your doctor in case you have unusual problems after circumcision such as-

  • Severe pain or swelling.
  • Persistent bleeding.
  • Foul-smelling drainage from the penis.


Following are the care taken at our hospital to treat laser circumcision:

Avoid strenuous activities, such as bicycle riding, jogging, weight lifting, or aerobic exercise, for 4 weeks or until your doctor says it is okay. You can return to work and normal activities, including driving, when you are comfortable doing them.

How is it diagnosed?

In our MGM hospital, laser circumcision related some following tests go to be done our helthcare team: You can get a circumcision for religious or cosmetic circumcision or if you are unhappy with the size, shape, or appearance of the foreskin. If you have any pain, inflammation, or infection on your foreskin or the tip of your penis, then you might qualify for medical circumcision. Your urologist will retract your foreskin to examine your penis glans for any signs of infection, injury, or inflammation, and its extent, if any, to determine whether surgical treatment is necessary.
The diagnostic process for laser circumcision at MGM Hospital CBD aims to ensure that the patient is a good candidate for the procedure and that all necessary precautions are taken to ensure a safe and successful outcome.
MGM Hospital CBD provides several diagnostic procedures to evaluate patients who may require laser circumcision, including:
• Physical examination
• Medical history
• Blood tests
• Urine tests


How is it treated?

At MGM Hospital CBD, the treatment for laser circumcision is performed by experienced urologists using the latest laser technology, which ensures minimal bleeding and faster healing.
MGM Hospital CBD's team of expert doctors and staff provide comprehensive care to patients undergoing laser circumcision, ensuring a safe and effective procedure with minimal discomfort and quick recovery.


The patient is given a local anesthesia to numb the area around the penis.


The area around the penis is cleaned and disinfected to prevent infection.


The surgeon will mark the area where the foreskin will be removed.

Laser removal

The surgeon uses a laser to remove the foreskin. The laser cauterizes the tissue as it cuts, which reduces bleeding and promotes healing.


Once the foreskin is removed, the surgeon will use dissolvable stitches or surgical glue to close the wound.

During the recovery period

The surgery usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes to complete, and the patient can typically go home the same day. The recovery time can vary depending on the age and overall health of the patient, but most patients can return to normal activities within a week or two. During the recovery period, the patient will need to avoid sexual activity and other activities that could potentially damage the penis. The patient will also need to follow up with their surgeon to ensure proper healing and to address any concerns or complications.

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