Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlarged prostate, is a noncancerous condition that commonly occurs in many men as they age. Symptoms of BPH, such as trouble urinating, can interfere with your quality of life.
At Stanford Health Care, we offer Aquablation, a minimally invasive BPH therapy that uses a robotic approach, via heat-free waterjet resection of the prostate. We are one of only a handful of health care facilities on the West Coast offering this advanced therapy.
With Aquablation, our urology experts use a no-incision, no-heat procedure to target and remove the obstructing tissue of the enlarged prostate. This innovative therapy provides long-term relief of BPH symptoms with a low risk of side effects or complications.