The UroLift® System is a revolutionary, minimally invasive procedure.

 

 

 

Treating the symptoms of BPH by lifting or holding the enlarged prostate tissue out of the way, UroLift® is like opening curtains on a window. Unlike other procedures, treating BPH with the UroLift System treatment means there is no cutting, heating or removal of prostate tissue.

 

Clinical data shows that UroLift System treatment is safe and effective in relieving BPH symptoms without compromising sexual function. UroLift System treatment is a good treatment choice to relieve your symptoms so you can quickly get back to your daily activities.

If BPH continues to be a concern to you, I invite you to set up an appointment with me to reevaluate your condition and discuss the ways you can resolve your enlarged prostate symptoms and restore your quality of life.

 

 

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215 Lexington Avenue 20th Floor
New York, New York 10016
(212) 686-9015

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Dr. Jed Kaminetsky, M.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Medical Center and a Board Certified Urologist. Pioneering Rezum Water Vapor Therapy, he was the first physician in the Northeast to offer the treatment.

Our mission here at University Urology Associates is to render the absolute best in urologic specialty care to our patients through decades of experience, cutting edge technology, and medical research

What Are the Long Term Risks of BPH?

If left untreated, it can progress and cause subsequent medical issues. If your bladder does not empty completely, you become at risk for developing urinary tract infections (UTIs). Over time bladder stones, blood in the urine (Hematuria), incontinence, or urinary retention can occur. In rare cases, bladder and/or kidney damage can develop.

What are my best Treatment Options?

There are 4 recommended treatment options: Watchful Waiting, Medications, In-Office Therapy, and Surgery. Together, we can determine right treatment option for your condition.

Does BPH cause Prostate Cancer?

Studies have shown no link between BPH and prostate cancer.

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