What is Urolift?
The UroLift® System is a revolutionary treatment that provides rapid and durable relief from the bothersome urinary symptoms associated with BPH. Clinically proven to be safe and effective, the UroLift System can improve symptoms 3 to 4 times greater than with medication,5 and patients can return to normal activity in a few days.
How does the UroLift® System work?
The doctor places small, permanent implants into the prostate to lift and hold the enlarged tissue out of the way, relieving pressure on the urethra and allowing urine to flow. There is no cutting, heating, or removal of prostate tissue required which means a minimally invasive, straightforward procedure and less downtime for patients.
The small UroLift Implant is made from commonly used implantable materials. Typically, 4-5 implants are used per patient.
- UroLift FAQs
- Why UroLift?
- UroLift System
- Patient Outcomes
- Clinical Results
- Clinical Data
- Results Comparison
- Durable Relief
Questions and Answers
How soon will I feel better after having the UroLift® System treatment?
Patients may experience improvement in their lower urinary tract symptoms as early as 2 weeks after the procedure.
Will it affect my sexual function?
There have been no reports of erectile dysfunction or ejaculatory dysfunction as a result of the UroLift System treatment.
What happens during the recovery period?
There is minimal downtime post-procedure and patients may experience symptom relief in as early as 2 weeks.* Typically, no overnight stay and no catheter is required but you may experience urinary discomfort during the recovery period. Your doctor will discuss with you how quickly you can return to your daily activities.
What clinical data is available for the UroLift System?
There is a large amount of data from clinical studies conducted in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia that has been presented in peer-reviewed medical publications demonstrating the safety and effectiveness of the UroLift System. To learn more about the clinical data available, visit urolift.com/clinical-data.html