Brent A. Sharpe, M.D.

2021 Top Doctor Award by GATopDocs2020 Top Doctors Award by Atlanta Magazine

Dr. Sharpe received his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his Medical Degree from East Carolina University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Urology at Emory University in 2005 after a surgical internship at Texas Tech Health Science Center. He is board certified by the American Board of Urology.

Dr. Sharpe treats all urological conditions but has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery for a wide range of urological conditions such as prostate enlargement (BPH), urological cancers, erectile dysfunction, and vaginal prolapse. He has completed approximately 700 minimally invasive surgeries, making him one of Georgia’s most experienced and extensive minimally invasive urological surgeon.

Additionally, he has special expertise in Prosthetic Urology which allows men to have a complete restoration of normal function after prostate cancer treatment. Currently, Dr. Sharpe is the area’s only urologist offering robotic partial nephrectomy, robotic pelvic prolapse surgery, and is Georgia’s first and only surgeon to offer Outpatient Robotic Prostatectomy for prostate cancer. He utilizes specific genetic testing to tailor his prostate cancer treatment plans. Dr. Sharpe is also one of the first surgeons to use biological grafts to enhance the recovery of potency in prostate cancer patients. He was also instrumental in expanding the minimally invasive treatment options in North Carolina, where he practiced prior to coming to northeast Georgia in 2013.

Dr. Sharpe and his wife, Victoria, have two sons who love to travel and enjoy the great outdoors.

Dr. Brent Sharpe with WDUN logoDr. Brent Sharpe of Georgia Urology is a frequent guest on WDUN’s Mornings on Maine Street radio show. North Georgia residents can catch the program weekdays from 5:30–9:00 AM on 550 AM or 102.9 FM. Dr. Sharpe’s spots spread awareness and information on topics such as signs of heart disease, the issues of low testosterone levels, the Polaris prostate test, prostate cancer prevention and treatment, and much more.

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I thought the staff, excellent
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Dr. Sharpe has been my urologist through two organizations over 9 years. He is terrific at listening, diagnosing and prescribing what is necessary for my optimal performance and always shares new concepts, ideas as well. He is a true care provider with a vast amount of knowledge in urology. My hope is that he gets enough staff to take care of his ever increasing number of loyal patients.
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When being a senior like me, it’s hard to read the doctors writing after leaving the office. I just called back and got the information I needed.
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Dr Sharpe took his time with me and I did not feel rushed.
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I am very satisfied with Dr sharpe and georgia urology.
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I had been having prostate problems for several years before seeing Dr Sharpe. On my first visit to Dr Sharpe, he administered several test and began the procedure for treating my problem. Now it’s nearly two years after treatment and I’m very satisfied with my aquablation surgery.
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My first time seeing a urologist in 47 years and Dr. Sharpe, and the staff at Georgia Urology - Braselton, made it as pleasant as one could hope for. The staff was friendly, attentive and professional. The wait time to see Dr. Sharpe was not as long as with most of my other doctors. Dr. Sharpe took the time to explain everything in easy to understand language and to address all my questions and concerns. I highly recommend Dr. Sharpe at the Georgia Urology - Braselton office.
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Dr. Sharpe explained what l could expect after surgery. Was very attentive to me during the cystoscopy to be sure l was doing well.
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Only real problem is the long wait in a very small, crowded waiting room.