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+982188520815 Unit 3, No 12, Rahbar Alley, 7th St, Nilufar Sq, Tehran, Iran

Urologist/kidney, urinary and genital tract surgeon

Cosmetic Urologist

Dr Seyed Amin Mirsadeghi is a skilled and experienced board-certified urologist. He received his medical degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences (one of the most prestigious universities in the Middle East) where he graduated as the top student. Earning top scores, he completed his Urology residency at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences and then embarked on several years of intensive postgraduate training in surgery and urology. He is a member of the Iranian Urological Association (IUA) and The European Association of Urology (EAU).

Dr. Mirsadeghi’s areas of expertise include: Treating Male Sexual Dysfunction, Infertility Treatment, Vasectomy reversal, Treatment of postpartum urinary incontinence in women after childbirth, Enuresis treatment in children and young people, Treatment and prevention of kidney stones, Minimally Invasive Procedures for Kidney Stones, Treatment and Surgery of Prostate, Penile Prosthesis Implantation to improve male erectile function, Penis Enlargement Surgery, Infant Male Circumcision, Surgery for kidney, bladder and prostate tumors.

Branches of Medicine:
Penile Curvature Surgery
Open Prostatectomy
Penile Implant

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