Why Don't More People Know About Peyronie's Disease?

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Why don't more people know about Peyronie's?

Peyronie’s Disease will affect 8-10% of men in their lifetimes, and by many accounts, that number is both underreported and increasing. Compare this to the 11% of men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetimes, or the 5-15% of men between 40 and 70 diagnosed with ED. This raises the question: why is Peyronie’s Disease unfamiliar to … Read More

Perito Urology Hosts Surgical Skills Workshop for ED Treatment

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2019 Surgical Skills Workshop

Perito Urology hosted a Didactic Session and Surgical Skills Workshop for 21 residents and fellows from across the U.S. specializing in Men’s Health and surgical treatments for Erectile Dysfunction. A group of five physicians, along with corporate team members, joined Dr. Perito in hosting and presenting to some of today’s rising stars in urology. Presentation topics ranged from a Men’s … Read More

What Keeps Men From Seeking Medical Treatment for ED?

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, health, penile implant, Peyronie's Disease

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As a urological surgeon, the main challenge I see for patients probably isn’t what you’d think it would be. It’s not a diagnosis of erectile dysfunction or Peyronie’s disease (they can be treated), it’s not the risk of complications from surgery (less than 1%), and it’s not the recovery process (3-6 weeks). It’s actually coming in and making an appointment. … Read More

Dr. Perito comments on “The PENIS Book” by Dr. Aaron Spitz

Dr. Paul Peritoeducation, erectile dysfunction, penile implant

December 2017 Let my start by saying the penis is funny! What many do not know about Aaron Spitz, MD, chief representative for America’s urologists to the American Medical Association, is that he once was a stand-up comedian and a good one. This adjunct to his training courses smoothly through The Penis Book making it a must-read for anyone who finds … Read More

Dr. Perito featured in Colombia's Policia Nacional Publication

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Dr Perito in Colomboa

“Pioneros en Sur America en emplante de protesis peneana por via infrapubica” featured Dr. Perito as a pioneer in bringing his minimally invasive infrapubic implant technique to Colombia for the first time. To see the translation, see below: “As interest in “different” or “novel” approaches to penile implant surgery abound, Colombia’s Excelencia Magazine and Dr. Cesar Augusto Gonzalez Encinales featured … Read More

Dr. Perito Co-Authors Paper on Penile Implant Safety

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, IPP Technique, penile implant

In our never ending quest to make penile implant reservoir placement safe for all implanters, we have identified a very small subset of patients (smokers and patients with low BMI’s) who may be at risk for adverse events.  The incidence of complications was so low that they almost could be considered case reports.  But, careful identification of the space posterior … Read More

El Implante Perito® Presentado a Urologo’s en Cuba

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, penile implant

El Dr. Gabriele Antonini ha comenzado a entrenar a urólogos y cirujanos en La Habana, Cuba en el implante de pene inflable de tres piezas desarrollado y pionero por el Dr. Paul Perito. Este procedimiento conlleva un riesgo significativamente menor de infección y complicación que otras técnicas de implante de pene, ya que se realiza a través de la parte … Read More

The Perito Implant® Introduced to Urologists in Cuba

Dr. Paul Peritoerectile dysfunction, penile implant

Dr. Gabriele Antonini has begun training urologists and surgeons in Havana, Cuba in the three piece inflatable penile implant developed and pioneered by Dr. Paul Perito. This procedure carries a significantly lower risk of infection and complication than other penile implant techniques as it is performed through the lower abdomen rather than through the penis or scrotum, and typically takes … Read More