The Circumplast




Image, the Circumplast


The Circumplast® circumcision device is of Australian origin, with quality control for the purposes of CE accreditation overseen by TÜV Rheinland. It claims to be a low-cost, simple-to-use device with the special advantage that the ring cannot migrate proximally and thus dig into tissue that should not be affected by the circumcision procedure. Such migration has, over many years, been reported as a potential problem with the nominally similar Plastibell device in cases where that design has been used for tight styles of circumcision. The Circumplast® device received FDA clearance for sale and use in the USA on September 18th 2015.

The manufacturer’s notes regarding procedure read as follows:

4-part sketch, Circumplast procedure



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Manufacturer’s demonstration video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52kJWXZ00KY
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Circlist Editorial comment:

It is interesting to note the advice that the frenulum should be removed prior to fitting the ring. It is often felt that this makes for a more comfortable and effective result. Frenulum removal should also help the ring to seat evenly, something often overlooked in commentary about fit-&-wear devices generally.



Manufacter’s contact details:

Novadien Healthcare
PO BOX 7070 Mount Lewis
2190 NSW Australia

http://www.novadien.com

The Information Page of this website is especially recommended for its concise summary of the benefits of circumcision.



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