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[Dr. Harb] Made me very comfortable with my decision on the surgery and equipment. Even better he’s always available, he even gave me his personal cell phone number for support or questions. Best choice, especially after dealing with other Drs that wasted my time.
Thomas H., August 2020
My husband is the patient but I have to tell you Dr. Harb is great. My husband has a lot of anxiety issue seeing doctors and Dr. Harb makes you feel so at ease. Staff is great. Very friendly, professional office they take the time to make sure you understand all your options. Dr. Harb is very compassionate.
Karen M., July 2020
I'm a patient of Dr. Harb for over 20 years. He has always treated me as if I am his only patient. He follows up with personal phone calls after every procedure and explains everything in detail. He sincerely cares about my wellbeing and I trust his judgment and advice. He's like family. Great doctor and compationet man.
Roger M. , July 2020
Get to Know Dr. John Harb
Dr. John Harb, MD is a urology specialist in Livonia, MI. He graduated from Wayne State University School Of Medicine and specializes in urology for both men and women. With over 20 years of diverse medical experience, Dr. Harb excels at minimally invasive surgery, da Vinci robotic surgery, laparoscopic surgery, prostate brachytherapy, laser surgery for prostate, renal stone disease, erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence treatments, sexual dysfunction, vasectomy reversal and cryotherapy.
Dr. Harb diagnoses and treats all conditions related to Urology for Men and Women. His specialties include:
Urolift for BPH
Overactive Bladder Disorder (OAB)--InterStim and Botox
Penile Implants/Erectile Dysfunction
Timely Urologic Care
Whether you are experiencing symptoms related to the bladder, prostate or anything urological by nature, or if you are looking for more information or alternative options for a recent diagnosis, Dr. Harb and his team can help.
You have already taken the first step by visiting our website. During your appointment with Dr. Harb, he will take time to learn about you, your symptoms and concerns, and will help guide you through your next steps to becoming healthy.
Call today to set up a time to meet with Dr. Harb at (734) 462-5858 .
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
UroLift System Treatment
The UroLift® System is a proven option for patients looking for an alternative to drugs or major surgery. The straightforward UroLift System treatment is often performed in the office using tiny implants to hold open the obstructed pathway that’s blocking urine flow, addressing the blockage, not just continuously treating enlarged prostate (BPH) symptoms.
Your Questions Answered About Penile Implants
Q: Can I have an orgasm with a penile implant?
A: You should be able to have an orgasm with a penile implant if you were able to have one before your procedure.
Q: Will I lose any length after getting a penile implant?
A: Each penile implant is a custom fit to your anatomy.
Q: Will I be able to have spontaneous erections with a penile prosthesis?
A: Penile Implants give you the ability to have an erection instantly and spontaneously, any time you want one.
Overactive Bladder (OAB)
DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
Going more than 8 times a day
Avoiding social events
Using pads to control leaks
If you’re one of the tens of millions affected by bladder or bowel control problems, it’s time to speak up. Use our guide to help you talk honestly with Dr. Harb about your symptoms and their impact on your quality of life.
"I had been through 10 different possibilities and nothing worked for me until this." - Sarah H.
Find the answers you need about therapies that can help you experience life-changing relief.
1. I stop ejaculating after Vasectomy
2. I stop making sperm after Vasectomy
3. It's easier for my wife to get this taken care of than me
4. Vasectomy causes cancer
5. My testosterone will lower after Vasectomy
STAY TUNED FOR OUR FREE VIRTUAL SEMINARS
Whether you suspect you have OAB, retention, FI, or have already been diagnosed, we encourage you to join us to learn more about treatment options.
Attend our virtual event on
Thursday, September 24th at 5:30 PM.