Find A Private London Urologist

If you’re trying to find a Private London Urologist, Prof. Suks Minhas is on the UK’s most eminent Consultant Urologists and Andrologists.

For that reason, he is widely regarded as a leader in the field of men’s health.

Prof. Minhas’ special interests and expertise lie in:

  • male fertility
  • erectile dysfunction
  • penile and testicular cancer
  • male urology

Whilst based in London, Prof. Minhas sees patients from all over the UK.

Similarly, his consultations see him cover a wide range of concerns within his field.

About Prof. Suks Minhas

Prof. Suks Minhas is a Consultant Urologist and Andrologist of the Imperial College in London.

He is also a recipient of the prestigious Karl Storz Telescope.

The award is given to specialists who make a significant and lasting contribution to British Urology.

Consequently, Prof. Minhas is recognised as a key international leader of opinion in his field.

In addition, he has been consistently voted as one of the top Private practitioners in the UK by Tatler magazine.

Conditions And Treatments

Prof. Minhas’ extensive career in his specialist field means he is able to treat a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Undescended Testes
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Peyronie’s Disease
  • Penile Cancer
  • Male Infertility/Fertility
  • Hydrocele
  • Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
  • Epididymal Cysts
  • Congenital Curvature of the Penis

As a result, the extensive list of treatments that he specialises in include:

  • Vasoepididymostomy
  • Vasectomy
  • Vasectomy Reversal
  • Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)
  • Sperm Retrieval
  • Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA)
  • Penile Reconstruction
  • Penile Prothesis or Implants
  • Microsurgical Varicocele Ligation
  • Micro-dissection Sperm Retrieval
  • Micro epididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA)
  • Frenuloplasty
  • Circumcision

Arrange An Appointment

Over Prof. Minhas’ 25 year career, he has treated around fifty separate conditions and around 1,000 patients.

As a result, he is a very popular consultant.

Therefore, if you would like to arrange to see Prof. Suks Minhas, please get in touch with us.



Penile Frenuloplasty Procedure

Frenulum breve or a short frenulum as it is known is a condition where the frenulum of the penis is too short. The frenulum is a band of tissue beneath the glans of the penis that is elastic and connects to the foreskin. The frenulum helps the foreskin to contract over the glans, however, in some cases it is too short and tight and so, it can cause restricted movement and pain in some men.

This can cause pain and problems when it comes to sexual intercourse but the problem can be rectified with a simple procedure known as a Frenuloplasty.

The Frenuloplasty Procedure

Frenuloplasty is a simple procedure that is often carried out under local anaesthetic. However, there are some cases where it can be carried out under general anaesthetic. For those who undergo the procedure, then the surgeon will lengthen the frenulum thus removing the restriction helping to increase the range of movement in the skin.

It is a relatively minor procedure that takes around 20 minutes with the aim of the procedure enabling the individual to have an erection without any pain or bleeding.

Following the Procedure

Following a frenuloplasty, it is normal for some patients to experience some bleeding as well as swelling and discomfort. In some cases, patients may be given absorbable stitches to keep the wound closed while dressing is applied which can then be removed after 24 hours. After the dressing has been removed, the area can be washed using soap and water. The stitches will dissolve after 7-10 days although a small amount of bruising and swelling may still exist.

The soreness can remain for a week or more but around two weeks after the procedure, it is common for patients to return to their regular level of activity. Driving is prohibited until patients can carry out an emergency stop without any pain. Sexual activity can be resumed around two to three weeks after the procedure but more importantly when the wound is pain-free and comfortable.