The Men’s Health Center at Dartmouth Health, located in Lebanon, New Hampshire, is led by board-certified urologist Dr. Martin S. Gross. Dr. Gross completed a Male Sexual Health fellowship at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and specializes in complex penile prosthesis surgery, penile prosthesis infection prevention, and the treatment of Peyronie’s disease, male stress urinary incontinence, chronic orchialgia and hypogonadism. In addition to his prolific surgical practice, he also performs in-office procedures including Xiaflex treatments for Peyronie’s disease, penile Duplex Doppler ultrasound, and intracavernosal injections for erectile dysfunction.
He conducts research with his esteemed colleagues in the Prosthetic Urology Multi-institutional Partnership (PUMP). His most recent research with his excellent resident team focuses include penile curvature correction during penile prosthesis placement, the impact of prior treatments for Peyronie’s disease on penile curvature after penile prosthesis placement, and assessing the optimal duration of postoperative penile prosthesis inflation with regard to improving penile curvature. As a result of his clinical expertise and scholarly productivity, Dr. Gross has an appointment as Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College, and was recently recognized as a 2023 Top Doctor and a 2023 Top Hispanic and Latino Doctor by New Hampshire Magazine.