Features and Benefıts Of Penıle Implants
Only penile implant pre-treated with antibiotics proven to reduce infection
InhibiZone™ is an antibiotic surface treatment found only on the Penile Implant that has been shown to reduce infection rates to 1.1% or 1 out of 100 men32
Historically, infection rates with penile implants are low – 3 out of 100 men (3%) will experience an infection; however some men may be at higher risk for infections38
Momentary Squeeze Pump
Operate with one-touch button for deflation
Lock-out valve designed to reduce auto-inflation
Once activated, maintain an erection for as long as desired
Broad range of lengths provide custom fit for patients
Relıabılıty And Durabılıty
Parylene coated to enhance long-term durability37
A permanent treatment option for ED
*Available without antibiotics for those with tetracycline allergies.
Dıd You Know?
Patients report 97% satisfaction with a Boston Scientific Penile implant.30
How It Works?
The penile implant includes a pair of cylinders implanted in the penis, a pump placed inside the scrotum, and a reservoir of saline placed in the lower abdomen. Squeezing and releasing the pump moves fluid into the cylinders, creating an erection. Deflate the device by pressing the deflate button on the pump. The penis then returns to a soft, flaccid and natural-looking state.
The implant procedure is usually done on an outpatient basis. A small incision is made in the scrotum or above the pubic bone and a surgeon inserts all components through this opening. The surgery is performed under anesthesia. You may experience pain and soreness at the surgical site. It generally takes a few days to return to your regular routine of light activity. Physicians typically say wait 4-6 weeks before intercourse.
As with any medical procedure, complications can occur. Side effects include, but are not limited to:25 natural or spontaneous erections as well as other interventional treatment options will no longer be possible; infection, in which case the implant may have to be removed; pain (typically associated with the healing process); mechanical failure of the implant.
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