UroLift System

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Enlarged Prostate Treatment in Salt Lake City

Expert in the UroLift® System serving patients around the United States

If you have been diagnosed with an enlarged prostate or BPH, it is important to know all your options before seeking treatment. Highly-experienced urological surgeon, Steven Gange, MD is a board-certified urologist with many years of experience with the Urolift System.

Contact Steven Gange, MD today to discuss any questions you have about the UroLift® System. Dr. Gange has performed over 800 Urolift Procedures in his career across four countries and performs around 20 procedures per month. He has also trained hundreds of urologists, and lectured to them in 46 states and six countries. He was the first urologist to perform the Urolift Procedure in March 2011. His office is located at 4252 South Highland Drive, Suite 200 in Salt Lake City.

You can reach us at (801) 993-1800 or schedule an appointment online using Dr. Gange's Secure Form.

The UroLift® System Treatment

What is the UroLift System?

Treatment with the UroLift® System uses a minimally invasive approach that provides rapid relief and recovery of BPH symptoms.1 It is an earlier treatment option can get men off BPH medications and avoid major surgery. The goal of the UroLift System treatment is to relieve symptoms so you can get back to your life and resume your daily activities.

The UroLift® System treatment has demonstrated a significant improvement in quality of life for patients compared to medications.2,3 The UroLift® System is the only BPH procedure shown not to cause new and lasting erectile or ejaculatory dysfunction*, while being a safe and effective treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms due to BPH.1,3-6

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How Does The UroLift® System Work?

The UroLift® System uses a revolutionary approach to treating BPH that lifts and holds the enlarged prostate tissue so it no longer blocks the urethra. It is the only available BPH treatment performed by a urologist that does not require heating, cutting, or removal of the prostate tissue. The procedure is typically performed using local anesthesia in a physician’s office or ambulatory surgery center. Patients typically return home the same day without a catheter.1

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  1. Roehrborn, J Urol 2013, L.I.F.T. Study
  2. AUA Guidelines 2003  
  3. Roehrborn et al. Can J Urol 2017
  4. Roehrborn, Can J Urol 2015, 3-Year L.I.F.T. Study
  5. Roehrborn, Urology Practice 2015, 2-Year L.I.F.T. Study
  6. Roehrborn Urology Clinics 2016

*No instances of new, sustained erectile or ejaculatory dysfunction


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Learn the benefits of UroLift!

I have seen Dr. Gange for a number of years and developed the typical symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate. During my annual urologist visit, Dr. Gange laid out my options. After doing some personal research, I elected to have the Urolift procedure performed by Dr. Gange on an outpatient basis.

The procedure was uncomfortable but not particularly painful compared to other surgeries I have had. Recovery was relatively quick and I was back at work after two days of rest.

I did experience some significant discomfort associated with urination but was counseled that I was not drinking enough water. Once I increased my consumption of water, most of the discomfort went away and I was back to normal after about two weeks.

In the wake of the surgery, the urgency to urinate has gone away. The interval between trips to the bathroom has lengthened significantly such that I usually get up to urinate only once each night and sometimes not at all.

Having talked with others who have had more drastic prostate surgery, I feel that the Urolift procedure was much less stressful and the results were as hoped for.