It is the only FDA (U.S. Department of Health) approved and lifetime guaranteed prosthesis on the market.
Mention erectile dysfunction in a room full of guys you’ve known for decades and you’re likely to be met with dead silence. Even though 1 out of every 4 men over the age of 60 will suffer some form of ED6, guys don’t usually want to talk about it.
Prescription pills are often the first course of action for treating erectile dysfunction, but often they aren’t an instant fix. When pills aren’t a reliable option, a penile implant can offer real hope. A penile implant (or penile prosthesis) is a medical device that is custom-fit and surgically placed into a penis to produce a natural-looking and natural-feeling erection.
- Patient Satisfaction Rates: Patients report a 98% satisfaction rate for inflatable penile implants.
- Additional Patient Satisfaction Rates: Patients treated with a penile implant appear to be significantly more satisfied with their treatment option than those treated with ED medication or other treatment options.
- A Discrete Treatment for ED: A penile prosthesis is not noticeable when your penis is flaccid. Your partner won’t be able to tell you’ve had an implant to treat your ED unless you tell them.
- Minimal Recovery Time: Every man is different, but a typical recovery time after a prosthesis implant procedure is four to six weeks. After you’ve fully recovered, you can begin enjoying sex once more.
- Cost-effective: Penile implants have been shown to be the most cost-effective ED treatment over a 10-year period.
Type of penile implant
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Inflatable devices are the most commonly used type. A three-piece implant involves putting a fluid reservoir under the abdominal wall. The pump and release valve is implanted in the scrotum. Two inflatable cylinders are placed inside the penis. It’s the most extensive type of penile implant surgery, but it creates the most rigid erection. There are more parts to potentially malfunction, however.
There’s also a two-piece implant in which the reservoir is part of the pump that is placed in the scrotum. This surgery is a little less complicated. Erections are generally a bit less firm than with the three-piece implant. This pump may take more effort to work, but it requires less hand dexterity.
Another type of surgery uses semirigid rods, which aren’t inflatable. Once implanted, these devices stay firm all the time. You can position your penis against your body or bend it away from your body to have sex. Another type of semirigid implant has a series of segments with a spring on each end. This makes it slightly easier to maintain positioning.
Penile prosthesis offers you great concealment along with a natural feeling. The inflatable cylinders offer you penile girth with strong rigidity when inflated and a natural flaccid feel when deflated. The hydrophilic coating will enable the physician to choose her preferred aqueous solution and also may allow easier implantation. The penile prosthesis pump will inflate rapidly and deflate with a single touch.
The pump mechanism is easy to use. You can rapidly inflate the cylinders to a rigid erection and deflate with a single touch on the easily identifiable release button on the inflatable penile prosthesis pump.
The consistent or recurrent inability to obtain and/or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity.
Penile prosthesis is a medical device, manufactured with a material not harmful or toxic to the human body (e.g. silicone), that is implanted into the penis to enable the patient to have an erection on demand.
Basically, the three-piece inflatable penile implant consists of inflatable cylinders inside the shaft of the penis, a fluid reservoir under the abdominal wall, and a pump inside the scrotum. It’s a closed-circuit hydraulic system working with saline inside.