Bioidentical Testosterone Pellets for Testosterone Replacement

Step 1 Blood Testing

The first step to see if you are a candidate for hormone optimization is blood testing and consulting with our medical team.

Step 2 Individual Program

Our medical practitioners customize an individualized hormone replacement program for you. Then we follow you every step of the way. 

Step 3 VIP Monitoring

Once on the program, our medical team and coaches monitor your progress. Our goal is to keep you healthy and happy.

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Bioidentical Testosterone Pellets for Testosterone Replacement

Testosterone Pellet Implants: The superior method for maintaining consistent (optimal) levels of testosterone.

The testosterone pellet implant procedure is a 30-minute office visit. Pellet implants generally last 3-4 months in most men and women.

Testosterone pellets have been used since the late 1930s and are one of the longest and safest forms of bioidentical testosterone replacement therapies for men and women.

Testosterone Pellet Implant Overview

Data supports that hormone replacement with pellet implants is an effective method to deliver bio-identical hormone replacement in both men and woman. Pellets are implanted under the skin by a physician. The procedure takes 10-15 minutes. Within days, consistent, continuous release of small physiologic doses of hormones occurs. 

Patients do not need to worry about weekly injections or daily creams.

Testosterone Pellet Lasts 3-4 Months

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Smooth T Release

The testosterone pellet implant normally lasts 3-4 months. Pellet implants have been used since 1938, and are proven to be safe and effective. With pellets, patients rarely need to worry about possible side-effects often seen with injections, creams, and patches (See chart to left). Although pellets have been around since the 1930s, they lost momentum during the 1970s because of larger appeal of synthetic oral hormones. As negative side-effects were encountered with oral hormones, pellets have made a comeback along with other natural bio-identical hormone therapies.

Hormones manufactured into pellets are 100% identical in molecular structure to those naturally occurring in the body.

 

Testosterone Pellet Sizes

Testosterone Pellet Implant Costs and Sizes
Testosterone Pellet

The testosterone pellet implant for men usually comes in 100mg or 200mg. Common dosages range between 600mg-800mg (3-8 pellets) depending on the size. For women requiring testosterone replacement, the dosages are much lower. 

Testosterone Pellets are inserted subcutaneously below the skin, usually in the buttocks as depicted in the video below. 

Pellets typically last 3-4 months in most people. Patients can always return to injection therapy or cream therapy in the future. Testosterone pellets are very convenient since weekly injections or daily cream applications are not required.

Testosterone Pellet Implant Costs

The rate for subcutaneous testosterone pellet implants in the USA is generally around $685 USD, which offers 3-4 months of treatment. Pellets are inserted by a trained medical practitioner. The procedure is simple and safe.

Note: Requires prescription and medical diagnosis of a testosterone deficiency. Physician consultation and comprehensive blood testing extra.

According to published research by Drs. Morgantaler and Traish, testosterone deficiency afflicts approximately 30% of men between the ages of 40-79 years. Those men with deficiencies will frequently have other common medical  conditions, including:

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Metabolic syndrome

Testosterone replacement in testosterone deficient men can help slow the progression of these diseases or improve them with improvement in body composition and lifestyle. 

Research Material Regarding Testosterone Implants (Pellets)

  • Download Testosterone Pellet Implant Brochure <Click here>
  • Download the article on Testosterone Deficiency by A.M. Traish, A. Morgentaler et. al. <Click here>
  • Download the article on testosterone therapy by Harvard Health May 2016. <Click here>

 

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