Dr. Blick showcases an exclusive, live, behind-the-scenes Penile Implant surgery.
Dr. Blick utilizes Blick's Implant Technique. Watch the Penile Implant surgery completed in a total of 20 steps. The surgery was performed from Dr. Blick's perspective, with his explanations, and brief descriptions. This step-by-step procedure requires simple modification, greater attention to detail, and has resulted in consistency, reliability, and high-quality satisfaction for patients.
This video is beneficial for learning purposes, as well as patient and community education.
Due to the surgical content, viewer discretion is advised.
Shawn Blick, MDDr. Shawn Blick brings more than two decades of experience in men’s health to his Phoenix, Arizona-based practice, serving men of all ages throughout Maricopa County.
Dr. Blick began his professional pursuits at Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City where he earned his Doctor of Medicine graduating with honors. He subsequently completed a residency at Beth Israel Medical Center, also in New York City. During his residency, Dr. Blick also completed six months of oncology training at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
As a urologist in private practice, Dr. Blick diagnoses and treats a variety of men’s health problems, including erectile dysfunction, male incontinence, low testosterone, Peyronie’s disease, enlarged prostate, and prostate cancer. He also offers cosmetic urology and penile enlargement using Penuma®.
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