If your quality of life is diminished by male urology issues, such as aesthetic penile abnormalities, find the relief you seek at Academic Urology & Urogynecology of Arizona. With several locations situated throughout the Phoenix, Buckeye, Peoria, Anthem, and Sun City, Arizona region and a comprehensive service offering that extends far beyond the cosmetic to encompass treatments for common male urology problems like infertility, incontinence, and prostate cancer, we are the practice of choice for urological treatment and care.
To find out how the urologic specialists of our state-of-the-art treatment centers relieve the physical and sexual effects of a male cosmetic urology problem, read on or contact us for additional information. From Penoscrotal Webbing surgery to Hypospadias repair and adult circumcision and circumcision revisions, our aim is to restore function, improve aesthetic appearance, and raise patient quality of life through innovative treatments and attentive care.
To correct complications of circumcision, like redundant skin, Phimosis, buried penis—a complication brought on by the removal of skin of the penile shaft during circumcision —and circumcision scars, the Urologists of Academic Urology & Urogynecology of Arizona offer circumcision revision surgery. In addition to circumcision repair, adult circumcisions are part of Academic Urology & Urogynecology of Arizona’s comprehensive offering of urologic treatments for men.
To correct Hypospadias, a condition where the urethral opening does not reside at the tip of the penis, surgical intervention may be necessary. The type of Hypospadias repair is dependent upon the severity of the condition, but in general, the goal of Hypospadias surgery is to eliminate any curvature of the penis, while returning the urethral opening to its intended position. For mild cases, urethral tubes can be constructed using the foreskin. For more severe instances of Hypospadias, where the urethral opening is located near the base of the penis, on the scrotum, or perineum, skin from the inside of the cheek or other hairless region can be grafted and used for reconstructive purposes.
Scrotal Hemangioma is a congenital malformation of the endothelia cells, resulting in benign vascular tumors. The Doctors of Academic Urology & Urogynecology of Arizona excise Scrotal Hemangiomas of small to moderate size using scrotal laser treatments.
When the scrotum is attached to the underside of the penis with excess skin, it is a condition known as Penoscrotal Webbing, or webbed penis. Using a procedure known as a Z-plasty—an incision technique used to reduce scarring—the Urologists of our Arizona practice remove excess skin to improve aesthetic appearance and function.