Urologist in Salt Lake City, UT
William Brant, MD, FACS, FECSM
Dr. William Brant is an expert urologist committed to providing the highest quality care to patients throughout the Salt Lake City area in the diagnosis and treatment of urology related conditions. He is dedicated to offering patients a wide range of quality urology services including urinary incontinence treatment, penile implants, UTI treatment, erectile dysfunction, and more, in a warm and friendly environment to provide the very best in urologic care.
As a board certified and expert trained urologist, Dr. Brant is experienced in offering the latest technology in treating urologic conditions including the most minimally invasive surgical procedures. His urology practice services a wide variety of patients from all over Salt Lake City seeking state-of-the-art care in urology with a personal touch to improve their outcomes.
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Dr. William Brant joined Fresh Living on KUTV to discuss prostate cancer treatment options and the importance of an early diagnosis. Dr. Brant is proud to be a part of the Granger Summit Urology team who is partnering with Zero Prostate Cancer to help promote early detection and provide support to prostate cancer survivors and their families.
Male sexual arousal involves a complex and coordinated effort among the brain, nerves, muscles, hormones, and ultimately, the blood vessels of the penis. If any physical part of the system doesn’t work properly, it can lead to erectile dysfunction (ED), the inability to achieve and maintain an erection for intercourse.
Peyronie’s disease occurs when plaque (fibrous scar tissue) builds up in the penis and causes it to curve during an erection. About six out of 100 men between 40-70 develop the condition; though rare, some men develop it while in their 30s.
Sexual arousal is a complex process involving a coordinated effort on the part of the brain, hormones, nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. If any part of the system doesn’t function properly, the end result can be erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is a sensitive subject for most men.