A penile implant is a permanent option for a man suffering with ED and offers concealed support for an erection whenever and wherever desired. Patients report 97% satisfaction rates with a Boston Scientific implant.30
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Fluid-filled cylinders expand in girth and length (LGX only) using a pump in the scrotum; the implant has antibiotics embedded in the surface to help prevent infection.
Simple inflation and deflation results in a rigid erection; an option for men with abdominal scarring which may prevent reservoir placement.
Bendable cylinders are easy-to-position and conceal even for men with limited dexterity.
|AMS 700 Implant||Ambicor Implant||Spectra Implant|
|Inflate/deflate cylinders expand in girth||Check||Check|
|Appearance when not erect||Natural||Full||Firm at all times|
An AMS 700 three-piece inflatable penile implant allows you to be spontaneous again and puts you back in control of your erectile function. Many patients and partners are highly satisfied with the penile implant.
Patients reported sexual activity with the implant to be excellent or satisfactory
Partners reported sexual activity with the implant to be excellent or satisfactory
Patients reported no change or better orgasm following the surgery
Patients reported satisfactory or excellent erections following the surgery
Patients often wonder if their sexual activity will be the same with an implant. 92% of patients and 96% of partners reported sexual activity to be excellent or satisfactory with the AMS three-piece inflatable.10
Medicare and most private insurance companies cover a penile implant, however, individual coverage may vary. If you don’t have insurance or a penile implant isn’t a covered benefit, you can access physicians who offer a cash pay option at www.surgeo.com. Work with your doctor’s office and insurance provider to check coverage levels prior to receiving treatment.