The Pollock Technique for circumcision is a virtually painless method involving the use of a Mogen clamp under long-acting local anesthetic. The procedure takes less than ten minutes for adults and approximately 60 seconds for newborns; ten times quicker than conventional hospital techniques.

Pollock Clinics has changed the standard of circumcision care in British Columbia, performing over two-thirds of the procedures in the Lower Mainland.

Circumcision is a simple procedure in which the foreskin that sheathes the head of the penis is removed. Since foreskin traps bacteria and other infectious agents, its removal may improve genital hygiene and reduce risk of disease over the lifetime of the boy and his future sexual partners…  Read More
At Pollock Clinics, we use the Pollock Technique for circumcision for males of all ages, which includes the use of a Mogen clamp under long-acting local anesthetic and takes only 30-60 seconds for newborns (10 times quicker than most hospital circumcisions) and usually less than 10 minutes for adults… 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 Pollock 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
Adult circumcision is performed at Pollock Clinics. No hospital visit is required.

With a combination of our local anesthetic, our quick surgical technique, and our use of skin glue, we provide the most comfortable adult circumcision procedure available in Canada, or anywhere in the world… Read More

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