The Rainforest Skin Cancer Clinic
Skin Treatments in Adelaide
Address480 Port Rd. Adelaide. Adelaide, SA, 5000.
Are you the owner or manager of this company?
What you should know about The Rainforest Skin Cancer Clinic
The joy of finding out that you are pregnant is indescribable, especially if it’s your first born. Circumcision is becoming increasingly known with parents of male infants and young boys. It is believed that this procedure has been around for many years, dating back to the ancient Egyptian days where it was known as a medical procedure, when the foreskin was too taut around the penis. However, it has also been widely known around the world dating to at least 600 years BC. This was originally performed as a hygiene measure in communities living in hot, arid and dusty climates. It then later evolved to become a cultural and religious ritual. Many people, including some doctors, have very potent feelings about circumcision. There are numerous medical benefits to male circumcision, which include: The reduction of Urinary Tract Infections (UPI), especially in their beginning year of life, where studies have shown that Otis are 10 times more common in uncircumcised infants. Circumcision at an premature age is a lot simpler and easier to perform, and also eliminates any problems prior they can occur. Peaceful bleeding occasionally occurs, but can be easily managed at the time of the operation. Serious complications and hospitalizations occur very rarely. Working many years as a GP, he became increasingly interested in peaceful surgical procedures and skin cancer surgery, where he began to practice more exclusively in the skin cancer field since 2004.This then led him to complete his postgraduate program, Master of Medicine in Skin Cancer, from the University of Queensland in 2009. Besides his work on skin cancer, Dr.Au also performs neonatal and pediatric circumcision on a routine basis and is therefore very experienced through the important number of procedures he has performed, and from regular evaluation and improvement of technique. The three major methods worn for neonatal and pediatric circumcision are: The Plastibell Device method is used within our clinic, which is also the maximum commonly impaired method in Australia and overseas, such as in America. Using this method, circulation is cut off from the foreskin which reduces the occurrence of any bleeding as well as preventing infection. Pain is also minimized as clamping also cuts off the nerve supply. During the procedure, we use a world leading dermal anesthetic cream called EULA cream, which can be old on packed term newborns to former children. After circulation has been cut off, additional foreskin is trimmed and the circumcision procedure is complete. The plastibell method we use in this clinic is also the most commonly old method in Australia and overseas, including the USA. For earlier boys where the device does not fit, they are then referred on to the customary hands release (cut and stitch) method. The EULA cream then slowly absorbs into the skin and acts as an excellent anesthetic agent for the procedure. A string is then gently placed on the outer over the foreskin and is carefully tied into the groove of the plastibell.