What is circumcision?

Circumcision is a surgical procedure in which the skin (i.e. foreskin) that covers the head of the penis is completely removed, creating complete exposure of the glans.

What are the benefits of Circumcision?

There are at least six medically proven circumcision advantages, beginning in newborns and continuing through old age.

How long does it take the circumcision to heal?

Most of the time, the circumcision will be fully healed in 7 to 10 days. However, it may take a full month for all swelling to resolve.

The best Option for Circumcision

Michigan Circumcision was founded by Dr. Craig Singer, a board-certified dermatologist, pediatrician, and certified mohel (ritual circumciser). He is dedicated to providing professional, medical circumcisions in Bingham Farms, MI.

In 2011, Dr. Singer saw a need for a dedicated circumcision clinic that provided a gentle and safe method of circumcision for babies born in birthing centers and in the home. Since then, Michigan Circumcision has served numerous families throughout the Metro Detroit area, including further locations of northern and western Michigan.

With a combination of world class expertise and a commitment to excellence, our clinic is dedicated to providing an outstanding patient experience to families seeking newborn circumcision. Reach out to us to schedule your appointment.

A History of Excellence

Dr. Craig Singer is an expert in newborn circumcision, having performed well over 2,000 procedures. In 2001, Dr. Singer traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia, to train with Dr. Neil Pollock--one of the world’s leading circumcision practitioners and researchers in the Mogen Clamp.

After returning to Detroit, Dr. Singer further refined his surgical skills to create a safer and more consistent procedure. With a wealth of experience, Dr. Singer’s circumcision technique provides outstanding cosmetic results with minimal discomfort.

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