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Artificial Urinary Sphincter (AUS)

Artificial Urinary Sphincter (AUS)

AUS is a small, fluid-filled device that is surgically implanted around the urethra.

The device includes a cuff that can be inflated or deflated using a small pump placed in the scrotum to help control urine flow.

The artificial urinary sphincter is a highly effective treatment for men with moderate-severe stress urinary incontinence.

ATOMS Sling
The Adjustable Transobturator Male System (ATOMS) involves the insertion of a sling around the urethra to help support the bladder and improve control over urination. The sling can be adjusted after the initial surgery to fine-tune its effectiveness.
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Male Slings:

Male slings are often used in men with mild to moderate incontinence.  They’re designed to support the urethra and do not need major surgery – often a single night stay only is required and the recovery is reasonably quick.
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If you’re experiencing incontinence, it is important to seek medical attention from a qualified expert urologist. With the right treatment, you can enjoy improved urinary function and an improved quality of life.

Don’t let male incontinence hold you back from the activities you enjoy – schedule a consultation with us today to discuss your options.