A circumcision is a surgical operation to remove all, or part of, your foreskin. This procedure is available to patients aged 3+ for medical purposes only.
The goal of cryotherapy is to eradicate prostate cancer by freezing the prostate cells.
Your epididymis is a tube just above your testicles that stores sperm. Sometimes fluid builds up in this area causing an epidigymal cyst. This is usually harmless but in some cases will need to be removed.
This is a cosmetic surgery treatment to reduce the size of male breasts.
HoLEP is a minimally invasive procedure to remove your prostate.
This is a non-surgical, minimally invasive technique for men with Peyronie’s Disease. It involves injecting a medical substance called collagenase directly into the scar tissue which can cause the penile curvature.
Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy is a form of keyhole surgery for prostate cancer.
The Lue procedure is a type of penile straightening surgery. It’s used to correct a curvature of the penis during erection caused by Peyronie’s Disease. Suitable candidates for this procedure are those whose penis is too curved to permit sexual intercourse and is also dependent on the direction of curvature.
Nesbit’s procedure is a type of penile straightening surgery. It is used to correct a curvature of the penis caused by Peyronie’s Disease. Suitable candidates for this procedure are those whose penis is too curved to permit sexual intercourse.
An orchidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove one of both testicles.
A penile prosthetic is an implant that allows men with erectile dysfunction to have an erection.
A prostate resection involves removing prostate tissue to relieve the pressure on your urethra.
Prostate surgery involves reducing the size of the prostate gland.
A prostate urethral lift is a minimally-invasive procedure used to treat an enlarged prostate.
A radical prostatectomy is the removal of the entire prostate gland, sometimes with the nearby lymphatic glands.
A vasectomy is a surgical procedure to stop the transfer of sperm during ejaculation. It is a simple, reliable method of contraception. In some cases it is reversible, but you should really think of it as a permanent option.
A vasectomy is meant to be a permanent form of male contraception. However due to a change in circumstances it may be that you and your partner decide you want your vasectomy reversed.