Penis Surgery

Penis Surgery

Penis Surgery
Penis surgery is the specialty of Dr. Edward Gheiler. [more]

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction
Penis surgery for erectile dysfunction has been very successful at the Urology Specialists center. [more]

Penile Wart Removal

Penile Wart Removal
Penile warts can be removed with electro cauterization, cryosurgery, or laser vaporization. [more]

Penis Surgery

Penis surgery is the specialty of Dr. Edward Gheiler. Penis implant surgery to mitigate the effects of erectile dysfunction causes has been found to bring back sexual potency (potencia sexual) to millions of men around the world. In America alone 30 million men have experienced varied impotence causes (impotencia masculina). Dr. Gheiler has performed over 800 penile prosthesis implants in the last 12 years. Dr. Gheiler’s penile prosthesis surgery takes about 20 minutes and all three components of the inflatable penis implant are placed through a single incision. Doctor Gheiler is the founder of Urology Specialists a multicultural and multilingual complete urology center that brings the world’s best penis surgery (cirugia pene) options for men affected by erectile dysfunction causes (problemas ereccion).

Penis surgery alleviates many common problems which include an inflatable penis implant to treat erectile dysfunction causes and at times to treat Peyronie’s disease, circumcision for phimosis, and tissue removal for pearly penile papules and genital warts. Priapism from erectile dysfunction medications may cause erections to last over 4 hours which is considered an emergency since serious health conditions may manifest. Dr. Gheiler will administer medication to shrink the blood vessels and relieve the blood flow in the corpus cavernosum of the penis. If that does not work Dr. Gheiler will either aspirate blood from the corpus cavernosum or place a shunt (tube) that allows the blood to flow back into the circulatory system.

Diagnosis of impotence causes, include a review of your medical history. Since the majority of erectile dysfunction causes are common medical conditions that affect blood flow in the body, the usual suspects are often uncovered in the initial review of your medical history. High blood pressure and heart disease may alter blood flow to the penis. Not only does blood flow to the penis, but the ability to keep the blood in the penis, contributes to impotence causes.  Spinal cord injury, diabetes, and obesity also interfere with blood flow. An ultrasound machine may be used for a penile Doppler which can show vasculogenic impotence which will determine the treatment options that will work best for you. Vasculogenic impotence is an irreversible cause of ED. Erectile dysfunction medications such as Tadalifil (Cialis), Vardenafil (Levitra) and Sildenafil (Viagra) may not be viable solutions due to health conditions that restrict their use.

Occasionally having a radical prostatectomy to remove prostate cancer may damage the nerves that control erectile function. This is why men are opting for a da Vinci prostatectomy and its nerve sparing capability.

Penis surgery is also performed to correct urinary symptoms such as urinary retention, painful urination, and a urinary stream that sprays out, these symptoms may appear to be bladder symptoms but are caused by strictures and growths in the meatus of the glans penis. Urologic surgery is often performed by going through the penis. These procedures include bladder surgery for cancer bladder invasion, prostate cancer surgery such as prostate cryosurgery,  the prostate radiation brachytherapy seed placement cystoscopy, and prostate surgery for an enlarged prostate. Kidney surgery for kidney stones treatment also is performed by going through the penis.


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