Our surgical procedures treat BPH by removing excess prostate tissue that is causing an obstruction. By surgically removing the prostate tissue, this will allow the urine to flow naturally again, and your prostate gland will no longer be enlarged.
The various surgical procedures relieve patients of their urinary symptoms caused by BPH safely and effectively. Patients typically experience a significant improvement in their symptoms following the procedure.
Surgical procedures performed under anesthesia are done at the Mont-Royal Surgical Center – a state of the art, brand new surgical center with the highest level of quality and personal care.
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The surgical procedures for treating BPH generally involve inserting an instrument through the urethra and into the prostate area to remove the excess prostate tissue that is preventing the urine from flowing.
Each surgical procedure typically takes around 1-2 hours to complete. Some patients may be discharged the same day and some are required to remain overnight following the procedure for observation and recovery.
Following the surgical procedures, patients will be required to wear a catheter until the doctor deems it is okay to remove it. The recovery period typically lasts over the course of several weeks. Patients are advised to avoid strenuous activity during this time.
If surgery does not seem like the best option for you, there are other options available for you to treat your BPH. These include minimally invasive surgical therapies (MIST), such as Rezum, iTind, and UroLift, or medication, such as Alpha Blockers, 5-Alpha Reductase Inhibitors, and PDE-5 Inhibitors.
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Aquablation therapy has been studied in nine different clinical trials. It has been shown to be a safe and effective treatment for patients suffering from lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) due to BPH.
After receiving Aquablation therapy, almost all patients were able to completely stop taking medication for their BPH symptoms. Patients reported an 80% decrease in the number of times they wake up in the night to urinate, and a 0% impact on erectile function, orgasmic function, sexual desire, intercourse satisfaction, or overall sexual satisfaction.
99% of men with BPH did not have incontinence after Aquablation therapy, and 96% of men with BPH would have considered Aquablation therapy if their doctor had told them about it.