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The Best Part of Having a Penile Implant

A penile implant gives patients with erectile dysfunction (ED) the opportunity to have sexual intercourse again after unsuccessful treatment attempts. There are many benefits to this kind of treatment, including intense satisfaction and cost savings.

Dr. J. Francois Eid at Advanced Urological Care has performed over 7,000 penile implant surgeries using his safe No-Touch Technique. Dr. Eid and his highly skilled team of men’s health experts guide you in choosing the best way to treat ED. Fulfilling sex life is important to your overall wellbeing, which is why penile implants are a great treatment option.

Here are some of the best reasons to consider a penile implant.

The best part of having a penile implant

There are many benefits to having a penile implant, including you and your partner’s satisfaction, personalized care, and a speedy recovery.

Highest satisfaction

Because a penile implant feels and performs naturally, it provides the highest satisfaction rate of all treatment methods. Additionally, the implant preserves sensation and orgasm, so you don’t have to worry about losing your sexual mood or feelings.

Enjoy sex sooner

Penile implant treatments have minimal recovery time. Every man is different, but generally, you can resume sexual intercourse after a full recovery in only four to six weeks.

Save money

Over the course of your lifetime, you might spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars trying to remedy ED. This can frustrate you and leave you strapped for cash. A penile implant is a cost-effective way to enhance your sexual performance without leaving you broke.

Discreet

A penile implant looks natural. No one will know you’ve had this treatment unless you tell them. Plus, because the recovery time is speedy, no one will even know you had any kind of procedure at all. 

No maintenance required

After you receive the penile implant treatment, there’s no maintenance required. Once you learn how to activate your new device, there’s no preventive upkeep to worry about.

Easy to replace

Typically, a penile implant lasts 15-20 years. The more you use it, the quicker you might need to replace the implant. However, replacing the implant is easy and doesn’t cause discomfort. 

Personalized course of action

There are three kinds of penile implants we use at Advanced Urological Care:

A three-piece implant is the most natural option in creating a rigid erection. The two-piece implant gives you flaccidity when deflated. Our non-inflatable penile implant is the easiest to use if you have limited dexterity.

To maximize sensation and performance, Dr. Eid works with you to choose the right penile implant. Our goal is to make your penis longer, wider, and more rigid.

Are you considering a penile implant? Call Advanced Urological Care to make an appointment with Dr. Eid, our ED expert. You can even schedule a virtual visit and speak to a specialist without leaving home.

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