Objective: To remove the preputium by using a simple, quick and safe method without damaging glans, frenulum and urethra as well as with a good cosmetic result. Patients and methods: The procedure, remind the guillotine technique at first, but completely different from it. Basically, a long haemostat is applied onto preputium and skin and subdermal tissue were incised; a small window is opened at dorsal of preputial mucosa and it is excised, while observing glans and frenulum. Results: The circumcisions were performed in a quick, safe and pretty bloodless way. There was no case with glans amputation, frenulum short cut or urethral damage, even if a clamp includes the foreskin with a part of glans or excess frenulum unnoticedly. Conclusion: This technique is simple, quick, relatively bloodless operation with cosmetically good result. Morever it is quite safe against to amputation of glans, frenular short cut or urethral fistula formation. © Springer 2006.