This case involves the treatment of an eight-day-old child who underwent a circumcision that was performed at a substandard level. The patient sustained multiple complications including excessive bleeding, postoperative infection, and the removal of too much of the foreskin. The patient required a revision procedure at two years of age. The corrective procedure involved a urethral calibration, a release of a hidden penis, and a penoplasty. The patient still suffers from recurrent urinary tract issues due to the improper technique used during the urethral calibration procedure, and, as a result, he experiences urinary tract infections on an ongoing basis.