About Aaron C. Lentz, MD, FACS
Dr. Aaron C. Lentz, MD, FACS is a Professor of Surgery in the Duke University Department of Urology. He completed his medical school and residency at the University of North Carolina, then advanced to a prestigious genitourinary reconstructive fellowship at Duke University. He is the founder and director of the Duke Urology Men’s Health Center where he focuses on complex urethral stricture disease; prosthetic urology including penile implants for erectile dysfunction, as well as artificial urinary sphincters and minimally invasive slings for male stress urinary incontinence. Furthermore, he is a leading authority on penile reconstruction for Peyronie's disease and advocates a comprehensive approach to male sexual health and overall well-being.
With a prolific academic career, Dr. Lentz has authored or co-authored over 50 publications on prosthetic urology and is a highly sought-after lecturer at both national and international gatherings. Recognized for his expertise, he has been invited as a distinguished speaker to numerous academic meetings, training courses, and visiting professorships. As a testament to his ability, Dr. Lentz serves as a consultant, investigator, and preceptor for prominent device companies including Coloplast, Boston Scientific, and Rigicon.
In addition to his clinical role, Dr. Lentz is the Chief of Surgical Services at Duke Raleigh Hospital, the co-director of the Duke Urology Genitourinary Reconstructive Fellowship, and an active board member for the Society of Urologic Prosthetic Surgeons (SUPS). He has a special interest in developing novel surgical techniques in both reconstructive and prosthetic Urology, aiming to enhance patient outcomes and redefine the standard of care. His unwavering dedication to advancing the field has garnered him recognition with Best Doctors® and NC Top Docs since 2015.
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