With UroLift, you can get rapid and long-lasting relief from BPH symptoms without medication or invasive surgery
This revolutionary technology for treating the enlarged prostate is now available to Canadian men at our clinic in Toronto
What is BPH?
Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) is commonly known as the “enlarged prostate”. Symptoms may include:
Needing to urinate frequently or urgently
Stopping and starting during urination
Needing to push or strain during urination
Having a weak stream
Incomplete emptying of the bladder
Needing to go excessively at night
Why Choose UroLift?
Non-Invasive, Safe, Effective
UroLift is a safe, highly effective procedure that involves no cutting, heating, or removal of prostate tissue.
Preserves Sexual Function
UroLift doesn’t negatively impact sexual function, an issue frequently associated with other BPH therapies such as TURP, laser, and medication. Preservation of sexual function is a unique benefit of the UroLift.
You will experience improvement and elimination of your BPH symptoms in as little as 2 weeks
Drug-Free Permanent Treatment
Permanent relief that requires no ongoing maintenance or drugs, with results lasting for several years. Urolift has been successfully tested and implemented over the past 5 years.
long-term success rate6-7
Urolift is the only approved BPH procedure shown to preserve sexual function4
1. Roehrborn, et al., The Prostatic Urethral Lift for the Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Associated with Prostate Enlargement Due to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: The L.I.F.T. Study. Ju Urol 2013
2. McVary K, et al., Treatment of LUTS secondary to BPH while preserving sexual function: randomized controlled study of prostatic urethral lift. J Sex Med 2014
3. Sonksen, et al., Prospective, randomized, multinational study of prostatic urethral lift versus transurethral resection of the prostate: 12-month results from the BPH6 study. Eur Urol 2015
4. Woo H, et al., Preservation of sexual function with the prostatic urethral lift: a novel treatment for lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia. J Sex Med 2012
5. McNicholas, et al., Minimally invasive prostatic urethral lift: surgical technique and multinational experience., Eur Urol 2013
6. Roehborn, AUA 2017: 5 Year Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Study Results on the Minimally Invasive Prostatic Urethral Lift
7. Chin P, Robertson P, Medium-term efficacy of the prostatic urethral lift. Transl Androl Urol 2017
The information on this website is presented for information purposes only. Urolift is not covered by OHIP or private insurance. Treatment options and fee schedule will be discussed at the time of your individual consultation.