Welcome to the Circumcision Center®
Providing Adult Circumcision for 22 Years



of Adult Circumcision

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Welcome to the Circumcision Center®
Providing Adult Circumcision for 22 Years

The Art of Adult Circumcision

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, The Circumcision Center® is a specialty center of David H. Cornell, MD, LLC. Dr. Cornell has extensive experience performing initial circumcisions and circumcision revisions on adults.

We host patients from all over the United States and numerous other countries. With our circumcisions starting at only $3,000, there is no reason not to visit us for your procedure.

Call us at (678) 904-0833 or schedule a phone consultation so that we can answer all of your questions.

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Why Choose Us for Your Adult Circumcision?

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Highest Level Value

With our circumcisions starting at only $3,000, we offer the highest value based on procedure quality, desired outcomes, patient care, and outstanding customer service. Our patients get the doctor's private phone number for any post-operation concerns.

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Experience & Expertise

We have provided over 3000 adult circumcisions over the last 22 years. Men from all over the United States and other countries travel to see Dr. Cornell at his state-of-the-art Circumcision Center. He pays attention to details that others do not know to look for.

5 Common Misconceptions of Adult Circumcision

Aesthetic Consideration

Dr. Cornell believes circumcision should be treated with the same aesthetic consideration of cosmetic surgery and should serve to enhance the man's appearance.

Personalized & Private Care

We are sensitive to individual patient needs, including individual aesthetic considerations. We offer private care to every patient, which means you'll have your doctor's cell number for your convenience.

Meet David H. Cornell, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Dr. Cornell has developed his practice philosophy from 20 years of practicing urology. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, he graduated from the University of Alabama and received his M.D. from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. His residency training was at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Dr. Cornell is certified by the American Board of Urology and recertified in 2005 and 2015. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is licensed in Georgia, Alabama, and California.


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What are the most common reasons
for an adult circumcision?

Cosmetic Appearance

Some men choose to be circumcised for personal or aesthetic reasons, such as a desire for an improved appearance. Often, young men see that their penis looks different than others, which can drive them to want to have a circumcision performed. 

Health benefits

Circumcision has been linked to a lower risk of certain sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, and a lower risk of urinary tract infections, penile cancer, and foreskin-related medical problems.

Phimosis (tight foreskin)

Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin of the penis is too tight, making it difficult or impossible to retract over the head of the penis. This can cause discomfort during sexual activity or urination and increase the risk of infection. Phimosis can be congenital or develop later in life due to injury, infection, or other causes. In some cases, circumcision may be recommended as a treatment option, while in others, less invasive interventions such as stretching exercises or topical steroids may be effective.


Paraphimosis is a medical condition where the foreskin of the penis, once retracted, becomes trapped and cannot be pulled back over the tip of the penis (the glans). This can cause swelling and discomfort, and if left untreated, can lead to more serious complications such as tissue damage and infection.

Balanitis and balanoposthitis

Balanitis and balanoposthitis are medical terms used to describe the inflammation of the glans (head) and foreskin of the penis, respectively. Balanitis refers to inflammation of only the glans, while balanoposthitis is inflammation of both the glans and foreskin.

These conditions can be caused by various factors, including poor hygiene, bacterial or fungal infections, allergies, and sexually transmitted infections. Symptoms may include redness, swelling, itching, pain, discharge, and difficulty retracting the foreskin.

Treatment for balanitis and balanoposthitis depends on the underlying cause and may include topical or oral medications, such as antibiotics or antifungal agents, as well as improved hygiene practices. In some cases, circumcision may be recommended as a more permanent solution to recurrent infections.

Frenulum breve

Frenulum breve is a medical condition where the frenulum, the small band of tissue connecting the foreskin to the glans of the penis, is shorter than normal. This can cause pain or discomfort during sexual activity, as the frenulum may tear or stretch excessively. In severe cases, it may even cause bleeding or difficulty retracting the foreskin. Treatment options include topical creams, stretching exercises, or surgical procedures such as frenuloplasty or circumcision.

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Traveling from out of town?

The Atlanta airport is a massive travel hub that makes it easy for circumcision patients to travel from all over the United States - and the world - to receive the highest quality circumcision treatment.

Patients have come to Dr. Cornell from all 50 states and many other countries.