How should we preparing for the procedure?
We will speak with you to confirm on how to prepare for the circumcision. For infants we recommend feeding your son before coming in for the procedure, and bringing along extra diapers.
We will also have you give him Tylenol before leaving home. This will be reviewed with you in detail, and you can ready more about the steps before your boy’s circumcision on the lower portion of the Procedure page.
How does payment work?
You will pay a $150 deposit when you book an infant circumcision, or $500 for an adult or teen procedure. The deposit will be applied against the cost of the circumcision and you will just pay the balance on the day of the procedure. Deposits are not refundable.
Do any Canadian provinces pay for circumcision?
At time of writing (2017), the only provincial jurisdiction in Canada know to cover routine male infant circumcision is Manitoba.
Different from other provinces, the government health insurance plan will pay the full cost of circumcision of a baby under 28 days of age.
In other provinces, including Ontario, the full price for non-medically necessary circumcision procedures is borne by the patient and their family.