The Plastibell™ technique has been around for several years. It is a clear plastic ring with a handle that detaches at the end of the procedure. This technique is the safest because the glans is protected at all times during the intervention, unlike a Mogen clamp.
The glans preparation for the circumcision is the longest part of the procedure. It takes a few minutes and implies the preputial separation, the cleansing of secretions if any, and the release of the frenulum.
The ring positioning, ligation tying and preputial excision take less than a minute.
The low rate of complications depends on parents who follow postoperative recommendations. There is very little bleeding. The risk of infection or of ring retained is very rare. Considering the small risk of bleeding, you can leave the office shortly after the circumcision.