Dr. William Brant delivered a talk on the guidelines and practical applications of artificial urinary sphincters at the 42nd Annual Ralph E. Hopkins Urology Seminar, a “multi-day meeting focused on training urologists in the latest in assessing, diagnosing, and treating urologic conditions in the clinical setting.”
Watch board-certified urologist Dr. William Brant discuss Erectile Dysfunction: Causes and Treatment. Gain valuable insights into the world of men’s health as Dr. Brant unravels the mysteries behind this condition and explores effective treatment options. Don’t miss out on this informative video that can empower you to take charge of your sexual well-being and improve your quality of life.
The Daily Beast article titled “Inside Reddit’s Community of Dudes Trying to Grow Bigger Dicks” explores a subreddit community called r/AJelqForYou, where men share their experiences and techniques for penis enlargement. The article delves into the various methods these men use,
In a recent article on Insider.com, Dr. William Brant contributes to the discussion on the controversial penile implant for enhancing penis size and length. The big short provides a balanced view of the procedure and emphasizes the need for patients to carefully consider the potential risks and benefits before deciding to undergo the surgery.
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.
If you suffer from Peyronie’s disease, know that you are far from alone. This condition, characterized by a bent erection, may not be readily discussed among men in the locker room or at the office, yet it affects six out of 100 males,