Pediatric Hypospadias Repair
Expert hypospadias repair and complete pediatric urologic care in a child-friendly environment.
The board-certified, pediatric urology specialists and surgeons at Medical City Frisco are committed to your child’s health and well-being.
The hypospadias repair team, led by Nicol Bush, MD, has performed more than 2,000 surgeries and offers unparalleled treatment for severe proximal hypospadias, hypospadias reoperation, other penis birth defects and all urological conditions in children.
Medical City Frisco provides a world-class hospital for your child’s surgery and recovery, with the highly skilled pediatric physicians and nurses you would expect to find in an elite medical institute, combined with the thoughtful amenities of a luxury hotel. The latest in tools, technology and treatments, expansive, light-filled private rooms, therapeutic beds and gourmet meals are all designed to create a soothing, healing experience for you and your child.
In addition to child-specific tools, technology and treatments, Medical City Frisco offers a host of services catered to the individual needs of our smallest patients.
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certified nurses
- Pediatric certified anesthesiologists
- Local blocks before surgery to reduce the amount of anesthesia
- Large, comfortable suites with room for parents to stay with their child
Pediatric Urological Conditions We Treat Include:
- Hypospadias and epispadias
- Foreskin abnormalities, including phimosis
- Penile curvature (chordee) and penile torsion
- Prenatal hydronephrosis
- Orchiopexy forUndescended testicles
- Urinary tract infection and urinary channel abnormalities
- Vaginal abnormalities
- Vesicoureteral reflux
World-Class Outcomes for One of the Most Common Birth Defects
Although most people have never heard of hypospadias, according to the CDC, this congenital penile birth defect occurs in about 5 boys out of every 1,000 (1 in 200) born in the U.S. and is one of the most common birth defects.
For boys with hypospadias or other penile birth defects, including chordee, penile torsion and foreskin abnormalities, phalloplasty (construction or reconstruction of the penis) is typically recommended to restore normal appearance and function. Patients successfully treated include newborn infants through senior adults, as well as those who have failed up to 20 prior operations.
Surgery is typically an outpatient procedure, using evidence-based practices that apply the most successful surgical techniques and state-of-the-art care in wound healing. Incisions are made along the natural lines of the penis, leading to the most aesthetic outcomes.