About Penile Prosthesis Implants

Penile Implants: What Is a Penile Implant? How Does It Work?
About a Penal Prosthesis Implant : Questions and Answers


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Penile impants and “penile prosthesis” are a new and growing technology being offered to patients to help with problems like erective dysfunction. Erective dysfunction is one of the leading reasons men choose to look at penile implants and penile prosthesis surgery.

About 30 million American men are coping with erectile dysfunction. While oral medications and non-surgical alternatives can be effective, for some men a penile prosthesis is the final solution for erectile dysfunction.

A penile prosthesis is a treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction. These devices are either malleable (bendable) or inflatable. The simplest type of prosthesis consists of a pair of malleable rods surgically implanted within the erection chambers of the penis. With this type of implant the penis is always semi-rigid and merely needs to be lifted or adjusted into the erect position to initiate sex. Today, many men choose a hydraulic, inflatable prosthesis, which allows a man to have an erection whenever he chooses and is much easier to conceal. It is also more natural.

A penile implant is usually used when there is a clear medical cause for ED and when the problem is unlikely to resolve or improve naturally or with other medical treatments. Sometimes a penile prosthesis is implanted during surgery to reconstruct the penis when scarring has caused erections to curve (Peyronie’s disease).

How Does the Penile Prosthesis Work?

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Penile Proesthesis Titan OTR4

The inflatable penile prosthesis consists of two attached cylinders — a reservoir and a pump — which are placed surgically in the body. The two cylinders are inserted in the penis and connected by tubing to a separate reservoir of fluid. The reservoir is implanted under the groin muscles. A pump is also connected to the system and sits under the loose skin of the scrotal sac, between the testicles.

This penile prosthesis is referred to as a 3-piece inflatable penile prosthesis, due to the three different components. A 2-piece inflatable penile prosthesis consists of only two components: the attached cylinders and the combined reservoir and pump unit. Instead of the reservoir being placed behind the groin, it is combined with the pump into one housing unit that fits comfortably within the scrotum. The advantage of a 2-piece prosthesis in that the surgery is shorter and less complicated and there is no device parts in the abdomen. The disadvantage of the 2-piece prosthesis is that the smaller reservoir may not result in adequate erections in some men.

Penile Implant Testimonial

A penile prosthesis implant patient talks about his experience in this video.

To inflate the prosthesis, the man presses on the pump. The pump transfers fluid from the reservoir to the cylinders in the penis, inflating them and causing an erection. Pressing on a deflation valve at the base of the pump returns the fluid to the reservoir, deflating the penis and returning it to the normal flaccid state.

Is the Prosthesis Noticeable?

While men who have had the prosthesis surgery can see the small surgical scar where the bottom of the penis meets the scrotal sac, other people probably will be unable to tell that a man has an inflatable penile prosthesis. Most men would not be embarrassed in a locker room or public restroom, for example.

What Is Sex Like With the Prosthesis?

When the penis is inflated, the prosthesis makes the penis stiff and thick, similar to a natural erection. Most men rate the erection as shorter than their normal erection; however, newer models have cylinders that may increase the length, thickness, and stiffness of the penis.

A penile prosthesis does not change sensation on the skin of the penis or a man’s ability to reach orgasm. Ejaculation is not affected. Once a penile prosthesis is put in, however, it may destroy the natural erection reflex. Men usually cannot get an erection without inflating the implant. If the implant is removed, the man may never again have natural erections.

Penile Implant “Straight Talk”

Get direct talk about erectile dysfunction and penile implants
in the video below.

Penile Implant Surgeons / Penile Prosthesis Surgery Centers

Dr. Gene Rajaratnam Urologist, General Surgeon California Wellness Institute
California Wellness Institute in Lancaster provides penile prosthesis implant surgery
44830 Valley Central Way  Lancaster, CA 93536 (661) 940-6014. Dr. Gene
Rajaratnam is a penile implant surgeon.

Penile Proesthesis Implant Surgeons

California Penile Prosthesis Implant Surgeon Dr. Gene Rajaratnam

Eugene Rajaratnam, MD practices as a Surgeon in Lancaster, CA. Eugene Rajaratnam,
MD graduated from Stanley Med Coll, Dr M G R Med Univ, Madras, Tn, India.

California Penile Implant Surgical Center

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Please call Antelope Valley Impotence Center at (661) 945-0601 to schedule an appointment in Lancaster, CA or to get more information on penile implants, penile prosthesis surgery or
erectile dysfunction treatments.

Penile Implant Precautions – Find out more about
penile implants and precautions in ther video below.

Penile prosthesis are used as a treatment for some types of erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is an erection problem when a man cannot get or keep an erection that is firm enough to have intercourse. You may be unable to get an erection at all. Or, a person may lose the erection during intercourse before you are ready.

Penile implants and penile prosthesis are often referred to as penis implants, penus implants, penis prosthesis and penis inflatable implants. A penile implant / penis prosthesis is a treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction. These devices are either malleable (bendable) or inflatable. The simplest type of prosthesis consists of a pair of malleable rods surgically implanted within the erection chambers of the penis. Penile implants are also referred to as “erectile dysfunction surgery”.

All articles are for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on the 1PenileImplants.com website.

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