P-shot

Forget the pills and forget the surgery. Are you ready to have a spontaneous sex life again?

What is the P-shot®?

The P-shot®, an abbreviation of the Priapus Shot, is a non-surgical injection treatment which improves blood flow to the penis, resulting in stronger, longer, and more sustainable erections.The key in gradient in the Priapus Shot is Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP. PRP concentrates the healing and growth factors in your blood into an injectable treatment.

What is the treatment like?

During the treatment we will draw a teaspoon of your own blood and place it into a special centrifuge that will draw high quality growth factors and platelets. This “high quality” Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is then injected into specific areas of the penis. Sometimes you may have to come back for another injection to enhance your results.

What is the average cost of treatment?

The cost not only includes the price of the product, but more importantly, the skill and expertise of the specialist or healthcare professional who is administering your treatment. Look for someone who is licensed and trained and has experience treating patients with the fillers. Enroll in the SurgiCare Arts Rewards Program to save money on treatments.

When will I see results?

The results of the P-Shot® usually take 3-4 weeks to kick in, but some men notice a difference much sooner. If you have not achieved your desired results within eight weeks of treatment, a second shot may be necessary.

Is the P-Shot® painful?

Because we use a topical numbing cream in all P-Shot® procedures, there is little to no pain associated with P-Shot® injections. Most patients report feeling a pinching sensation of pressure at the worst, and no pain at best.

How long do the results of the P-Shot® last?

The results of P-Shot® injections have the potential to last for a year or more. We recommend that patients undergo the procedure annually for sustained results.

What are the risks?

No serious side effects have been reported.


 

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