The Gentle Procedures Clinic is one of Sydney’s most trusted Circumcision Clinics, offering a 30-60 second, virtually painless circumcision procedure to babies and toddlers. This procedure is also available for older children, adolescents and adults, which is also done under a local anaesthetic unlike most circumcision procedures done on this age group in hospitals.
Gentle Procedures Clinic also maintains a far more superior procedure time with this age group compared to the hospital. We use the Pollock Technique which is regarded as one of the world’s leading and most advanced circumcision method. The Pollock Technique has been demonstrated as being a virtually pain free circumcision method, with over 35,000 successful procedures performed by physicians worldwide. The Pollock method involving the use of a Mogen clamp under a combination of short & 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.
Our Doctor and staff are highly qualified, and we are dedicated to providing a virtually pain free circumcision with the highest quality of care. Our clinic specialises in circumcision procedures for males of all ages using the Pollock Technique. For children, adolescents and adult circumcisions please consult our manual.
Gentle Procedures and The Pollock Technique
The Pollock Technique was developed by Vancouver doctor, Neil Pollock, who over the last 20 years has worked to constantly improve this technique to the level of worldwide recognition it has received. He has trained selected physicians in this technique in many major Canadian cities and now other key areas of the world. The acclaimed Pollock Technique is our preferred method because of our commitment to provide world class care.
To make an appointment with Dr. Mohammad Sharier or to learn more about the Pollock Technique, please contact our Sydney clinic on 02-8211-8888
Meet Dr Mohammad Sharier ( MBBS, FRACGP, Diploma in Skin Cancer Surgery)
Dr. Mohammad Sharier is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. He has more than ten years experience as a medical practitioner. Through his work in general practice Dr. Sharier developed an interest in Circumcision.