Dr. Mark Hong is an award-winning, internationally recognized urology specialist serving patients in Phoenix, Scottsdale and surrounding communities. An expert in robotic surgery and minimally invasive procedures, Dr. Hong is a leader in the field of urology. Dr. Hong is Board-certified, and able to provide the best care for a wide variety of health conditions, including cancer, kidney stones, enlarged prostate, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and other disorders of the urinary system.
From the moment you reach out to us, each member of our attentive staff at our modern facility will greet you with compassion and exceptional care. Contact our practice today to schedule a consultation.
As men age, they are at increased risk of developing an enlarged prostate, which irritates or obstructs the bladder. While we can address most cases with medication, we also offer advanced laser treatments to help those with more severe cases. These options can help prevent bladder or kidney damage.Learn More About Enlarged Prostate
Elevated PSA levels can indicate the presence of prostate cancer. At our practice, we can test PSA levels to provide patients with accurate diagnoses, and recommend appropriate treatment. Depending upon our findings, we may request additional testing or a prostate biopsy.Contact Us to Learn More
Crystalline structures known as kidney stones can form in urine. While kidney stones often pass on their own, they can be extremely painful if they become too large or trapped. Often, prompt evaluation and treatment are required to resolve this condition and prevent kidney damage.Learn More About Kidney Stones
Incontinence, or bladder leakage, can occur for a variety of reasons in both men and women. We can treat this condition using medications, lifestyle modification, exercises, or surgery. After determining the source of incontinence, we can design a custom treatment plan for you.Learn More About Incontinence
Overactive bladder is a very common issue that can affect your quality of life. Dr. Hong can recommend the most appropriate form of treatment to help manage symptoms, including lifestyle changes, attention to diet, and regular exercise. In more severe cases, he may provide surgical intervention.Learn More About Overactive Bladder
If you have blood in your urine, it may be a sign of a more serious condition. The most common causes of hematuria are urinary tract infections, bladder infections, hepatitis, kidney stones, and prostate cancer. Please contact our office immediately if you notice signs or symptoms.Learn More About Hematuria
As men age, testosterone levels can decrease, resulting in lower energy, sexual drive, and muscle tone. Properly-supervised measures, such as hormone replacement therapy, can help you feel like yourself again. We can review the different methods of treatment during your visit.Contact Us to Learn More
Millions of men suffer from erectile dysfunction, which can affect self-esteem and quality of life. Dr. Hong can work closely with you to determine the most effective treatment option. He may recommend medications, lifestyle changes, a vacuum erection device, or penile implants.Learn More About Erectile Dysfunction
Urinary tract infections can cause pain, fever, and serious health complications if left untreated. However, overuse of antibiotics can also cause unintended consequences. A urologist can recommend the appropriate form of antibiotics and monitor your progress to preserve your health.Contact Us to Learn More
When the prostate becomes infected or inflamed, you may have prostatitis. There are four types, including acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic prostatitis, and asymptomatic prostatitis. We can evaluate your condition and determine the best form of treatment.Contact Us to Learn More
Interstitial cystitis is a chronic bladder condition that causes pain, discomfort, and a frequent urge to urinate. This condition can affect your quality of life, resulting in reduced bladder capacity. Treatments like medication and nerve stimulation can alleviate symptoms.Contact Us to Learn More
Cystocele, or prolapsed bladder, occurs when tissue between the bladder and vaginal wall stretches and weakens, causing the bladder to bulge into the vagina. Childbirth, heavy lifting, and chronic constipation can contribute to this condition. We offer surgical and non-surgical treatments.Contact Us to Learn More
Urinary retention, also known as ischuria, usually affects men in their 50s and 60s due to prostate enlargement. Patients who have this disorder are unable to fully empty their bladder. Dr. Hong offers advanced treatment, including medication, catheterization, and minimally invasive laser surgery.Learn More About Urinary Retention
Nocturia, or frequent nighttime urination, can disrupt sleep and impact your daily routine. While often tied to BPH in men, nocturia can also affect women. For patients with BPH-related nocturia, Dr. Hong offers advanced UroLift® and Greenlight XPS™ laser therapy to address symptoms.Learn More About Nocturia