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Top 10 Breakthrough Technologies to Help You Decide What Urology Treatment is Best For You.

Urology Group of Florida physicians only use the most advanced treatments and procedures available, including:

Blue Light Cystoscopy is the cutting-edge technology used to identify and diagnose bladder cancer. The enhanced imaging allows physicians to find tumors that could be present.

Botox is a popular cosmetic treatment that smooths wrinkles by relaxing the underlying muscles. These muscle-relaxing properties also make Botox an effective treatment for an overactive bladder. UGF physicians use Botox to address urinary incontinence, helping to prevent the bladder contractions that cause leakages and are responsible for that constant urge to use the bathroom.

GreenLight Laser Therapy is used for treatment of an enlarged prostate. This is a minimally invasive procedure done in an outpatient facility, using laser technology to remove excess prostate tissue.

Rezūm Water Vapor Therapy is an in-office, minimally invasive treatment for an enlarged prostate. The technology uses natural energy in water droplets to shrink the prostate, without incisions or general anesthesia.

Pro-Nox is an innovative tool to provide sedation in-office. This combination of oxygen and nitrous oxide relieves any discomfort or anxiety, for pain-free treatment.

Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy is the latest treatment for erectile dysfunction, promoting the growth of new blood vessels in the penis.

Robotic Surgery and Laparoscopy are less invasive methods to remove both prostate cancer and kidney cancer, allowing surgeons to operate through small incisions in the abdomen.

No-Scalpel Vasectomy can be done in-office. This procedure allows for the same benefits of a traditional vasectomy, but with a faster recovery time and less bleeding.

FemTouch Technology is the most advanced way to provide vaginal rejuvenation. The CO2 laser promotes the remodeling of the vaginal mucous layer through quick and painless treatment.

XIAFLEX is the latest treatment for Peyronie’s Disease, using enzymes to gradually break down the plaque causing curving in an erection.


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