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The P-Shot®, or Priapus Shot®, is an injection that helps men produce more skin cells, blood vessels, and other tissues that contribute to a healthy libido and satisfying sex life. P-Shot® for men contains growth factors derived from PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, extracted from your blood. The treatment is completely safe when performed by a licensed provider.
Patients in Rockwall, Plano, Heath, and Dallas need look no further for their licensed provider than The Retreat Restorative & Aesthetic in Rockwall, TX. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Joshua Baker is board-certified and has years of experience helping men enjoy a more fulfilling sex life. Are you ready to learn more about this groundbreaking treatment? Read on, then call (469) 769-7101 to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Baker shares many informative and interesting articles on his blog for his patients’ benefit – follow along!
- 1 More About P-Shot
- 2 What are the Benefits of the P-Shot?
- 3 P-Shot vs. Viagra
- 4 Candidates For the P-Shot
- 5 Personal Consultation
- 6 What to Expect During Your P-Shot Appointment
- 7 What are the Results of the Priapus Shot?
- 8 Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
- 9 What is the Cost of P-Shot in Dallas, Texas?
- 10 References
More About P-Shot
The newest generation of P-Shot® for men contains PRP or platelet-rich plasma, a highly concentrated mixture of the growth factors and other nutrients essential for healing and tissue regeneration. PRP is derived from the patient’s own blood, so the treatment is entirely natural and safe. 
You may have heard of PRP in other areas of cosmetic beauty, like the Vampire Facelift. The P-Shot® is a similar treatment that uses PRP to rejuvenate the penis and improve sexual function. While admitting to needing assistance in this area can be difficult for some men, the P-Shot® is a minimally-invasive treatment that can provide lasting results with no downtime.
What is Platelet-Rich Plasma?
Platelet-rich plasma is a natural substance drawn from the patient’s blood. The serum contains incredible power to heal the body and has been used for years to help with tissue regeneration.
The P-Shot® contains growth factors and other nutrients like cytokines essential for healing. Once injected into the penis, these growth factors go to work repairing tissue damage and increasing blood flow. The result is increased sensation and improved erectile function. P-Shot® size gains vary, but our patients are thrilled with the results and changes to their quality of life.
What are the Benefits of the P-Shot?
The P-Shot® is a revolutionary treatment that can change your life, and The Retreat is proud to offer this service to our patients. The P-Shot® can provide many benefits for men, including:
- More intense orgasms
- Increased libido
- Greater staying power
- Improved sensation during sex
Why spend your life feeling embarrassed or ashamed when there is a simple, non-surgical solution that can help? Get closer with your partner without worrying that you won’t be able to perform. Feel the confidence that comes with being able to give your partner the satisfaction they deserve.
If you’re ready to learn more about the P-Shot® and how it can improve your sex life, call The Retreat at (469) 769-7101 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Joshua Baker. We serve patients in Rockwall, Heath, Plano, and Dallas, TX.
P-Shot vs. Viagra
The P-Shot® is a natural alternative to Viagra and other ED medications. These drugs only address the symptoms of erectile dysfunction rather than the underlying causes. The P-Shot® goes to the root of the problem and can provide long-lasting results without daily medication.
In addition, the P-Shot® can provide other benefits Viagra cannot, such as increased libido and improved sensation during sex. So if you’re looking for a natural way to improve your sexual function, the P-Shot® may be your best bet.
Candidates For the P-Shot
Ideal candidates for P-Shot® are men with:
- Soft or abnormal erections
- Penile curvature
- Poor sensation or performance due to medical conditions, stress, and other factors
- Some types of erectile dysfunction
What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection. It can be caused by physical problems, psychological issues, or a combination of both. Physical causes of ED include atherosclerosis, which accounts for 40% of all ED cases.  P-Shot can improve sexual function in men who have undergone prostate cancer surgery and those with conditions that affect blood flow to the penis. Other physical issues present with ED are:
- Endocrine Disorders
- Neurological Conditions
- Prescription Drug Interactions
- Peyronie’s Disease
Furthermore, psychological issues related to ED can be addressed with P-Shot since this treatment leads to increased self-esteem, which is often the root cause of the problem.
Your Health and Your Penis
Your health directly affects your ability to function properly sexually. That’s why taking care of your body and mind is vital if you want to enjoy a healthy sex life. For example, depression can cause ED just as ED can lead to depression. 
Obesity can cause several health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure, leading to erectile dysfunction (ED) because extra weight can cause changes in hormones, blood vessels, and nerves. 
When you feel your best, you perform your best. So try P-Shot for vitality and invigoration!
What Are The Benefits of a Healthy Intimate Life?
We all know that a healthy lifestyle is essential for our overall well-being. But did you know that a healthy intimate life is just as crucial? A fulfilling and enjoyable sex life can provide many physical and mental benefits, including:
- Improved cardiovascular health
- Increased immunity
- Lower stress levels
- Enhanced intimacy and communication with your partner
We’re having a hard time justifying not trying the P-Shot!
We guess not many people wake up in the morning excited to disclose their intimacy issues. Yet, when patients meet with Dr. Baker, they find that he is knowledgeable, understanding, and easy to talk with. Many of our patients share that they built the conversations up in their minds for so long and wish they’d scheduled a consultation sooner.
After discussing your concerns, Dr. Baker will perform a physical exam and discuss their medical history and health conditions with patients. Then, he discusses the P-Shot in detail and whether it is the best option for each patient.
After your consultation, our scheduling coordinator can help you book your P-Shot appointment.
What to Expect During Your P-Shot Appointment
Dr. Baker customizes the injection plan to your specific needs and desires. You can have the entire penis treated or just the base or head. But before injections, Dr. Baker will extract a minimal amount of your blood. After the blood is drawn, it is processed in a centrifuge, which separates the PRP from the other blood cells.
Dr. Baker uses a special technique that minimizes discomfort during the injections. As a result, most of our patients report minimal discomfort; the entire procedure takes less than an hour, and you can return to your normal activities immediately.
That’s right, no downtime! You can resume your normal activities, including intercourse. You will begin to see the effects of the P-Shot in a few days to a week, but the full results may take up to three months.
What are the Results of the Priapus Shot?
Some men report increased sensitivity and arousal within a few days. The P-Shot can give you the sexual confidence you’ve been lacking and change your life for the better! Feel invigorated in the bedroom, knowing that your worries are a thing of the past.
P-Shot has helped countless men of all ages feel like they did in their 20s again. With P-Shot, you can achieve:
- Improved sensation and arousal
- Stronger, more sustainable erections
- Increased sexual confidence
The P-Shot® success rate has shown that results may last one to two years.
Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
The benefits of platelet-rich plasma were first discovered in orthopedic surgery, where it was used to speed up the healing of injured ligaments and tendons. In the cosmetic world, PRP injections are used for facial rejuvenation, as well as hair restoration. The P-Shot is just one example of how PRP can be used in a sexual health context.
Other procedures Dr. Baker offers that utilize PRP:
- The O-Shot®: The O-Shot, or Orgasm Shot, is a PRP injection used to treat sexual dysfunction in women.
- The Vampire Facial: The Vampire Facial is a cosmetic procedure for men and women who want to improve the appearance of their skin using PRP.
- PRP for Hair Loss: Platelet-rich plasma can help men and women with thinning hair or hair loss.
Please let Dr. Baker know during your consultation if you (or your partner) are interested in any of these procedures. In addition to PRP treatments, we offer a variety of other cutting-edge cosmetic procedures to meet your needs.
What is the Cost of P-Shot in Dallas, Texas?
Treating your sexual dysfunction is an investment in your health and happiness. The cost of P-Shot therapy varies depending on the number of injections you receive and the parts of the penis being treated. During your consultation, Dr. Baker will develop a customized treatment plan and provide you with a detailed cost estimate.
If you are ready to take the first step towards regaining your sexual confidence, please contact us today to schedule a consultation. Call (469) 769-7101, and we will help you schedule an appointment to improve your life!
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