Urolift System for BPH is Now Performed in New York City by Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger, an Experienced Specialist in Treating Men with Enlarged Prostate
Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger is one of the first urologists in the United States to offer Urolift procedure for men with symptoms of enlarged prostate. The procedure can be performed in his office in New York City under local anesthesia or in an outpatient surgical center or hospital in NYC with either spinal or general anesthesia. Please contact us to make an appointment or schedule online.
Urolift Procedure is now available to all men in the US and Worldwide.
Men with symptoms of BPH in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, NJ, Long Island and Westchester and New York metro area can schedule an appointment with Dr. Shteynshlyuger at any time convenient to them.
Men from other parts of the United States as well as other countries who are interested in coming to New York City for Urolift procedure should contact our office to make most-efficient arrangement so as to minimize the inconveniences of long-distance travel.
Cost and Insurance Coverage for Urolift Procedure
As Urolift procedure has been approved by FDA in the United States, all insurances are expected to cover the cost of Urolift procedure. Cost of Neotract Urolift System for BPH varies depending on whether it is done in the office, surgical center or a hospital (local or general anesthesia) as well by the number of implants.
What You Should Know: Make Sure You get Adequate Number of Implants
Urolift implants are fairly expensive. on average each men will need 4-5 implants for optimal outcome. Some men may require as many as 6-8 implants to achieve an optimal outcome. When you are comparing prices for Urolift make sure that you will be offered the number of implants that are necessary for optimal outcome. Typically one cannot know how many implants will be necessary to achieve optimal result until the procedure is performed. Typically men with more severe symptoms and larger prostate will require more implants than men with smaller prostate.
As a physician who treats men with BPH, Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger also offers other treatment options for enlarged prostate including laser prostate surgery with Greenlight and Holmium laser, TUNA and Microwave treatments as well as TURP.