Who is Dr. Elist?
James J. Elist, M.D., specializes in urology and has operated his private practice in Beverly Hills, California, since 1982. His major subspecialties include impotency, male sexual dysfunction, and infertility—including hundreds of successful cases resulting in conception.
In addition to these specialties, Dr. Elist also treats diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and prostate. His book Put Impotency in Your Past answers many commonly asked questions about impotency and penile dysfunctions.
Los Angeles Magazine named him The Best Plastic Surgeon–Urologist in Los Angeles in July 1998. Within the past 15 years, his practice has treated many celebrities.
You can read more about Dr. Elist in his personal website: www.drelist.com
Dr. Elist Main Surgeries:
- Penis Enlargement Surgeries
- Testicle Enlargement Surgeries
- Erectile Dysfunction Surgeries
- Penile Reconstruction Surgeries
Penis Enlargement Surgery Success Rate Improvement Over the Years
The current success rate is 95% according to our patient statistics.
Dr. Elist’s Life Philosophy
Dr. Elist’s Vision:
As an advocate and innovator, Dr. Elist’s vision is to provide the best state of the art treatment for his patients. “Well Treated and Happy Patients are the Highest Reward for A Doctor” (James Elist, MD, FACS).
Dr. Elist’s Philosophy:
Only the combination of Evidence Based Medicine and self education, high medical ethics, and well informed patients will guide us to ultimate mental and physical well being; as a patient as well as a physician.” (James J. Elist, MD, FACS)
Dr. Elist’s Promise:
As a physician, innovator, and mentor, Dr. Elist tirelessly pursues the path of sharing his knowledge and expertise with those who chose to become knowledgeable. “I was thought to teach and share with the future generations.” (James J. Elist, MD, FACS)
Dr. Elist’s Mission:
To provide his patients with the best state of the art treatment and improvement of their medical and aesthetic complaints. “No matter what the nature of his complaints, every patient is unique and deserves our full attention.” (James J. Elist, MD, FACS)